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La Alma Lincoln Park Could Be Denver's Next Historic Cultural District

La Alma Lincoln Park Could Be Denver's Next Historic Cultural District

La Alma Lincoln Park (LALP) is not only one of Denver’s oldest residential neighborhoods, with a rare concentration of homes built before 1890, it was also at the heart of Denver’s Chicano Movement in the 1960s and 1970s. This area along Lipan, Mariposa and parts of Kalamath between West 10th and 14th avenues demonstrates the close connection between place and people, an asset that could lead to LALP becoming Denver's second historic cultural district. Tour the neighborhood through our photos.


La Alma Lincoln Park (LALP) is not only one of Denver’s oldest residential neighborhoods, with a rare concentration of homes built before 1890, it was also at the heart of Denver’s Chicano Movement in the 1960s and 1970s. This area along Lipan, Mariposa and parts of Kalamath between West 10th and 14th avenues demonstrates the close connection between place and people, an asset that could lead to LALP becoming Denver's second historic cultural district. Tour the neighborhood through our photos.
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