On Havana Street
MAP TO TOGA PARTY AND ARTIST TALK, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 6 P.M.
AVAILABLE PROPERTIES LIST --Click Here to view what commercial properties and tenant spaces are available on Havana Street.
Click Here to read the Havana North Feasibility Study Update for January 2014 performed by the Havana BID. We have come a long way since the initial study was performed in 2009. Read about our progress and exciting possibilities for 2014 and beyond.
Click Here to Read the March 2014 Edition of the Life On Havana Street E-Newsletter
Art 2C On Havana: Click Here to see the 11 new sculptures in our 2013/14 Art 2C On Havana Exhibition. The sculptures will be in place through September 2014.
PEOPLE'S CHOICE BALLOT-- Vote Here for your favorite sculpture in our 2013/14 Art 2C on Havana Exhibition.
On Havana Street runs 4.3 miles along Havana from 6th Avenue to Dartmouth Avenue. It offers unique experiences in shopping, dining and living. There are over 80 restaurants already on Havana Street with more opening soon. From delicious Ethiopian injera bread to Hot Wings, we have it On Havana Street.
Unique experiences await you. Visit our many international specialty markets, meet up with friends at our coffee houses, go antiquing at Heirlooms Antique Mall, get in shape at Colorado’s Pro Gym, then shop for a snow board, some new golf clubs or the latest in high-tech bicycles On Havana Street. You can even learn the West Coast Swing at The Stampede Dance Emporium.
Cruzin' Havana Car Show & Poker Run in June
Aurora Farmers' Market every Tuesday from mid-June through mid-October
Summer Rose Garden Concert Series
International Restaurant Week in October
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Freddy's Frozen Custard & Steakburgers
Summit Steakhouse & Cabin Bar
Over 80 Restaurants On Havana Street!
Havana North Concept Plan-New Mixed Use Community
Auto dealerships partner on huge sales events
New International Markets and Ethnic Restaurants