Highlands is Denver’s latest “it” spot stretching across 250-acres northwest of downtown between I25 and Federal. The Lower Highlands (LoHi) neighborhood is adjacent to Riverfront Park on the West Side of I-25 and is only a short walk across the Highland Bridge from Commons Park, Downtown, and LoDo. This area has experienced amazing change and growth over the past few years. Overflowing with trendy restaurants, bars, and shops, Men’s Journal named this hot-spot one of the best neighborhoods in the country:
“Overlooking the downtown skyline, Highland brick brownstones, row houses, townhouses and modern condominium complexes are bringing in single professionals who party like grown ups, couples who aren’t quite ready to settle down, and young families who are looking for a little more color than they might find in the increasingly beige neighborhoods of Cherry Creek or Washington Park”.
LoHi has also been described in 5280 Magazine as one of the top neighborhoods where home values have increased.
In LoHi, you will find a charming neighborhood of small boutiques and restaurants situated among bungalow-style houses, spacious new townhomes and hip new condo buildings. Local shops offer anything from books and gifts, fine lingerie and trendy fashions to amazing wine and cheese. Boutique gyms, yoga studios and Pure Barre studios abound along with a fabulous cooking school. The restaurants are equally as diverse, serving up Mexican, French, Continental, Italian and Caribbean cuisine, unique steak bars, sushi and seafood.
Looking to spend an afternoon browsing art galleries, antique prints, photographs, and paintings from local artists? LoHi is just the place! Here you will find amazing galleries, live music venues, great performance art, and ample parking. The Navajo Street Art District, tucked away in LoHi, is truly one of the best-kept secrets in town.
Relax and enjoy it all from your new Tejon Ten townhome. From the best ice cream to French cuisine, LoHi offers it and everything in between. So if you are looking for a touch of spice and flare, or a historic stroll into the heart of Denver look no further. This neighborhood “on the verge” offers the perfect “it” factor to virtually everyone’s liking.