The Community

RiverClay is located at the intersectin of River Drive and Clay Street in Denver's Historic Jefferson Park - just two blocks north of Invesco Field at Mile High. RiverClay is convenient to LoDo, bike trails, public transit, REI, The Denver Aquarium, Children's Museum, Invesco Field at Mile High, grocery and health food stores, and award-winning restaurants.

With seven-acre Jefferson Park as RiverClay's front yard, this location offers the ultimate balance of peaceful yet urban, center-city living. The park is a popular picnic, sports, and pet-friendly destination.

Bike racks, a community bike maintenance room, fitness room, private storage, and a dirty-dog/dirty-gear spray-down area all support Denver's popular, active, outdoor lifestyle. RiverClay's spacious private balconies maximize views to city, park, and Colorado's majestic mountains.

The Jefferson Park Neighborhood

RiverClay's diverse neighborhood community, affordability and proximity to downtown, shopping, restaurants, and sports centers make it today's ideal central location. But the area is rich with yesterday's history as well.

This area became part of the incorporated Town of Highlands when Denver City and the city of Auraria merged in 1861. Highlands was founded as an elite suburb, a residential community where men would work their days in Denver and retire for the evenings to their families and the cooler, fresher air of the Highlands.

Just across from RiverClay's distinctive front door is Denver's seven-acre Jefferson Park. Dedicated in the early 1900's Jefferson Park was named after President Thomas Jefferson, the founder of the Democratic Party. To the east of RiverClay, Denver's downtown skyline illustrates the best of urban architecture from the turn of the century to today.

The area's diversity reflects turn-of-the-century Irish, German, and English immigration and, following World War II, an influx of Latino residents. Homes spanning the decades, from the turn of the Century to the turn of the Millenium, can be found throughout the Jefferson Park and Highlands neighborhoods.

RiverClay Condominiums continues the proud traditions and history of the Highlands and Jefferson Park communities.

RiverClay Condominiumns

This sixty-unit condominium has one of the largest residential photovoltaic arrays in Denver; enough to power, light and cool nearly 80-percent of the building’s common areas and parking. Based on energy modeling, the typical residence is 38-percent more energy efficient than a comparable non-LEED residence. Units range from 795 to 1,882 square feet and provide some of the largest balconies in central Denver. The balconies serve not just as a wonderful amenity to the residents, but act as a solar shade, reducing summer cooling requirements.

Located in Denver’s Jefferson Park
neighborhood, across from a six-acre
park, RiverClay is Colorado’s first
LEED-certified residential condominium
building, certified
at the Silver level.


2240 Clay Street
Denver, CO 80211

Six stories of sophisticated living with spectacular views of the downtown skyline to the east and seven acres of city parkland to the west, RiverClay creates a unique new opportunity for buyers seeking high-quality, high-performance yet affordably-priced residences in a convenient Central Denver location.