ParkChirp Nests in The Mile High City

May 26, 2020

ParkChirp Nests in The Mile High City

Parking for Denver

From the onset, ParkChirp has had two goals in mind; to make parking as easy possible, and to save our customers money. While continuing to grow our customer base in Chicago, ParkChirp has diversified into other markets to help enhance the parking experience nationwide.

ParkChirp recently added Denver to our growing list of locations. Denver is one of the fastest growing cities in the United States. Since the 2010 Census, Denver has seen more than a 20% increase in population size. That means that parking for Denver has never been in higher demand!

By utilizing ParkChirp on your next visit to downtown Denver, more money will be left in your pocket to enjoy the city’s many attractions. Below are a few staple Denver locations to visit:

Larimer Square

Larimer Square is an urban refurbishment in Denver with buildings dating back to the Civil War period. In 1971, Larimer Square became Denver’s first historic district. Today, the district is home to art galleries, boutique storefronts, and restaurants. In the evening, the streets come alive with concerts, comedy shows, and other forms of live entertainment. One of ParkChirp’s featured locations, Independence Plaza, is walking distance to Larimer Square and offers affordable weekday and weekend parking rates.

Denver Center for the Performing Arts

The Denver Center for the Performing Arts sits on the south side of Larimar Square and includes the Boettcher Concert Hall, Auditorium Theater, and Ellie Caulkins Opera House. A night out at the Center for Performing Arts may include watching a Broadway Show or enjoying a play or a variety of other performances. The center also functions as an educational facility and offers acting classes to the public. The Independence Plaza garage is also walking distance to the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.

US Mint

The Denver mint struck its first coin on February 1, 1906. It is the world’s single largest producer of coins today. As one of six mints in the United States, part of the country’s gold reserves are stored onsite. Visitors can take a free guided tour of the facility to learn about the history and process of making money. The 1245 Bannock Street lot is located just a few blocks from the Mint and provides discounted parking on weekdays and weekends. While you’re busy learning about the different types of coins in the mint, you’ll find a few more in your pocket by using ParkChirp!

Explore more parking deals around Denver on ParkChirp and keep more money in your pocket to spend on yourself. Before heading out, make sure to download the ParkChirp mobile app. It is now available in the App Store or Google Play Store!

All the best,

The ParkChirp Team