National and State Register

Montview Boulevard

Denver County

First laid out in 1892, 1.5-mile Montview Boulevard is a straightforward yet effective design, evidence of the fact that 19th century urban planning in Denver responded to the proposition that the new streetcar suburbs, like Park Hill, should be served and would be enhanced by tree-lined and city-maintained motorways. 

A road with two bicyclists riding on it with sparsely foliated trees on either side and lamppost in the right background.

Montview Boulevard

Planting took place between 1902-1911, and the design is attributed to Frederick W. Ameter.  The property is associated with the Denver Park and Parkway System Thematic Resource.