Designed by Denver’s well known Architect, David Owen Tryba, Swallow Hill is an elegant 114-unit brick and stone condominium consisting of two buildings, a 7-story mid-rise condo facing Clarkson Street and a 4-story mid-rise facing Emerson Street. The name came from the developer of one portion of the neighborhood: Banker George R. Swallow. Swallow Hill was placed on the National Register in the late 1980s, but it was not added to Denver’s list of landmark districts until more than a decade later. Swallow Hill offers residents an attractive and highly walkable neighborhood; Just 1-block off Denver’s famed Restaurant Row, coffee shops, parks, Colfax Avenue, shopping, and nightlife. Built in 2006, Swallow Hill offers a variety of layouts, select garden homes and penthouses feature generous private outdoor spaces and the property has a private resident parking garage.