Welcome to LoHi/Highlands
Denver’s bustling hub for all things hip and trendy
Situated in the northwest corner of Denver’s Metro Area, you’ll find hip and trendy establishments in the LoHi/Highlands neighborhood. Lovers of craft breweries, eclectic restaurants, vintage homes, modern condos, and a low-key urban environment will feel right at home in this part of town.
Locals appreciate the vibrance and diversity that abounds in LoHi/Highlands. They also enjoy the many trails, jogging paths, exceptional local shopping, highly-ranked schools, and views of the South Platte River. Also, within minutes, you can take 20th Street over the river to visit Coors Field—home of the Colorado Rockies baseball team.
Compared to nearby neighborhoods, LoHi/Highlands offers properties that are much more affordable. Here, you’ll find a plentiful inventory of newly-built condos, innovative and modern homes, and homes that were built between the 1930s and 1950s. While it is certainly easy to spend $1 million or more on a property (especially on a newer build), you can easily find homes in the $700K-$900K range.
What to Love
- A trendy and eclectic neighborhood featuring numerous craft breweries, fun restaurants, and plenty to do and see
- Close to Coors Field
- Modern builds and vintage homes
People & Lifestyle
The personality of the LoHi/Highlands area is best described as authentic, laid-back, and trendy. People here express their true selves through the small businesses they open, the style of homes they choose, and the way they interact within the community. There is an unmatched level of diversity and inclusion that is welcoming to all who choose to call this spot home.
When considering a move to LoHi/Highlands, it is a fantastic place for those who enjoy being close to one-of-a-kind dining, breweries, and entertainment—but who also desire a low-key environment. It features so many big-city amenities without seeming too busy or rushed.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Weekends and days off are a pleasure when spent in the LoHi/Highlands neighborhood. There’s never a shortage of exciting places to visit, and it is easy to find your new favorite hangouts.
In this area, small businesses thrive. Rather than being surrounded by chains and big-box stores, you’ll be able to frequent mom-and-pop stores that provide top-tier service. Notable places to visit include Western Daughters Butcher Shop (which sells grass-fed and organic meats), Leevers Locavore (a grocery store that sells all locally produced products), and Three Dog Bakery (which offers a dog wash and celebration cakes for your furry friend).
In search of your new go-to restaurants? There are plenty of options to explore in LoHi/Highlands. Whatever cuisine you’re craving can be found right here in town. Local favorites include Maine Shack, Rush Bowls, Williams & Graham, Happy Camper, Ash’Kara, Bar Dough, and Senor Bear.
Things to Do
When you’re out for a day of exploring in LoHi/Highlands, you’ll be met with endless possibilities. No matter what your vibe is for that day, there is something to satisfy.
For those who love being outdoors, don’t miss out on the scenic hike that you can take on the South Platte River Trail. This trail rides along the South Platte River and extends an impressive 11.5 miles. You can also visit one of the area’s many parks—including Bernabe “Indio” Franco Park, Hirshorn Park, and Highland Gateway Park.
At closeby Highlands Square, you can visit the local farmers market (which is held Sundays from 9 AM until 1 PM). Additionally, you can venture out to Coors Field to take in an afternoon or evening baseball game. Throughout the year, there is always something fun and exciting happening in the neighborhood.
LoHi/Highlands is home to several excellent schools. Top educational opportunities include: