Stapleton makes shopping in Denver anything but routine. From an intimate town center with specialty shops, quaint local boutiques and patio dining to Colorado seasonal farmers markets and outdoor antiques markets. There’s a major grocery store within this special Denver community in walking distance from each Stapleton neighborhood, and nearby big-brand stores for those who like to buy in bulk. Plus a regional outdoor mall featuring a state-of-the-art movie theater, department stores and Denver-owned boutiques, and some truly amazing restaurants with Colorado eats. And all of these amenities are just a short walk or bike ride away from your new home in Stapleton.

The Shops at Northfield Stapleton

Northfield Stapleton is a festive, open-air, shopping and dining experience unique to Denver. At its center, filled with amenities, is a lively Main Street lined with local boutiques, national brands and tasty restaurants. And just beyond Main Street, are the big stores: Super Target, Macy’s, Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World and more. Plus, state-of-the-art movie entertainment at the family owned Harkins Theatre Northfield 18, and the top names in comedy at The Improv. View the directory for all the shops.

Northfield is located north of Interstate 70 on Northfield Boulevard. This retail destination is also connected to the new Central Park Boulevard interchange, which includes a pedestrian walkway to our unique Denver neighborhoods south of the interstate.

East 29th Ave Town Center

The heart of any Denver community is its town center. For Stapleton residents, that’s E. 29th Avenue. Where you can go for ice cream, grab a coffee, do yoga, buy flowers or a bottle of wine, dine al fresco or pick up the groceries. Now that’s a lot of amenities right under your nose.

Hungry? There’s pizza, sushi, bagels, burritos, burgers, salads and sandwiches—take your pick. Get your food to go and eat by the fountain near Founders Green next door. Here, you’ll also find many professional services – from dentistry to a dog wash.

And the best part? The Town Center brings people together, which is what Stapleton is all about! View shops in the Town Center.

The Shops at Conservatory Green

The Shops at Conservatory Green are conveniently located on Northfield Boulevard and Valentia St. right next to Conservatory Green Plaza. Whether you love burgers, pizza, or Asian food you will find something to your liking.

The current restaurants that are open include Brixx Wood Fired PizzaJersey Mike’s Subs,Tokyo Joe’sFive Guys BurgersTorchy’s Tacos, and Cuba Cuba. Still to come is Intersections Coffee. Restaurants aren’t the only businesses there, you will also find Great Clips, dental services and the MCA will be opening their second location at the end of 2016. So get a haircut, pick up some lunch and enjoy a day on the green. View the full list of retailers.

Outdoor Markets

Every summer people come from all over to shop or sell their wares at Stapleton’s seasonal outdoor markets. The weekly Farmers Market is a great place to buy Colorado-grown produce, delicious prepared foods, specialty meats, herbs and handmade crafts. Sweet William Market is all about the one-of-a-kind finds, from collectible antiques and fine art to handcrafted furniture and candles.

You never know what you might fall in love with for your home. View calendar of events.

Quebec Square

Welcome to the retail mother lode, with big-brand stores such as The Home Depot, Sam’s Club and Walmart. Plus specialty shops, a hair salon, an environmentally friendly dry cleaner and a whole bunch of tasty restaurants. Pretty much everything you need, right where you need it. Quebec Square is located at the corner of Quebec Street and Smith Road. View shops in Quebec Square.