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Washington Park is divided into two neighborhoods.
East Washington Park neighborhood has borders defined by the city of Denver as Downing Street, Speer Blvd, I-25, and University Boulevard.
West Washington Park neighborhood has borders defined by the city of Denver as South Broadway, Speer Blvd, I-25, and Downing Street.
The Washington Park neighborhood centers around one of Denver's finest parks, known as Wash Park for short. The park covers 165 acres, and features one of the most popular running trails in Denver. Two scenic lakes and the city's largest flower garden add to Wash Park's bucolic charm. The neighborhood borders I-25, which was recently expanded and includes the RTD light rail. The Louisiana/Pearl station and University of Denver stations connect the southern part of the Washington Park neighborhood with light rail network.
The Washington Park neighborhood is one of the oldest in Denver and includes many early twentieth century brick houses. There are several commercial enclaves in the neighborhood such as South Gaylord Street and Alameda Avenue.