The Regis Neighborhood
Discover what's right in your backyard. Cheer on a Denver pro sports team, indulge in local cuisine or enjoy some music at one of our nationally known venues. Regis' local neighborhoods are here to be explored.
Bordered by Federal Boulevard to the east and Lowell Boulevard to the west, Regis University's Northwest Denver campus is nestled in a residential area right between the bustling heart of the city and the relaxed scenery of the Rocky Mountains. Local coffee shops, boutiques and restaurants are all within walking distance of campus, but we encourage you to go out and explore all of what Denver has to offer. We love it here, and we're sure you will too.
Grocery and Retail
Whether you're living on or off campus, there are plenty of nearby grocery and convenience stores to help keep you stocked up. Some of the closest to campus include King Soopers (63rd and Sheridan), Safeway (44th and Lowell), Sprouts Farmers Market (38th and Wolff), and Super Target (50th and Kipling).
Whether you're grabbing coffee on the way to class or are looking to meet a friend off-campus for lunch, the Regis neighborhood has plenty of options. Student favorites inclue the Noshery and Dubble Dutch on Lowell Boulevard. Check out some other local spots below.
Concerts and Live Music
Not only is Regis within 30 minutes of the world-renowned Red Rocks Amphitheatre, it is also nearby other incredible venues to experience live music. Bands and performers from all genres travel to Denver to perform at large stadiums such as the Ball Arena, Empower Field at Mile High and Fiddlers Green Amphiteatre as well as smaller, more intimate stages such as the Ogden Theater, Bluebird Theater and Fillmore Auditorium.
Whether you're a diehard baseball fan or love the energy of a professional basketball game, you'll come to love the professional sports in the Mile High City. Home to the Denver Broncos (NFL), Denver Nuggets (NBA), Colorado Rockies (MLB), 2022 Stanley Cup champions Colorado Avalanche (NHL), Colorado Rapids (MLS) and Colorado Mammoth (NLL), there's plenty to cheer for all year round.