The Cherry Creek neighborhood is located near Downtown Denver and is a mix of luxury shopping, dining & development intertwined with tree lined residential streets, parks, and public art. With a collection of more than 320 art galleries, boutiques, salons and restaurants, Cheery Creek is considered to be the largest and most varied shopping destination between Chicago and San Francisco.
Cherry Creek, which takes its name from the nearby Cherry Creek which runs along the south side of the neighborhood, boasts a 22-mile Cherry Creek Bike Path which connects to downtown and east of Denver to the Cherry Creek Damn.
Cherry Creek is adjacent to the Denver Country Club (one of Denver smallest neighborhoods consisting of approx. 400 homes). The Country Club area is known best as the home of the luxury, gated Country Club subdivision, designed in the early 20th century by Frederick Law Olmsted Jr. (designer of Central Park in New York City).