Lower Highlands, also called LoHi is located adjacent to Riverfront Park on the West side of I-25. It is close enough to Downtown and Lodo with only a short jaunt across the walking bridge on 16th street and Commons Park. LoHi is full of life, you can lose a Sunday afternoon at LoLa’s sipping Cocktails listening to Jazz and eating Tacos overlooking the skyline.
The Neighborhood overlooks the new Commons Park, the Central Platte Valley and the Downtown Denver Skyline. The street have some of the oldest real estate in the city going back to the mid-1800’s along with moden infill townhomes w/rooftop patios that overlook the skyline
– Commons Park is a 30-acre park with wetlands and trails along the South Platte River.
– The 16th Street Mall Shuttle will connect the 16th Street Mall to the Central Platte Valley and the Highlands.
– The Light Rail Spur connects riders between Central and Southwest Light Rail Lines to Denver Union Terminal and 16th Street Mall and many of the Central Platte Valley’s attractions including Coors Field, Invesco Field, Auraria Campus, and The Pepsi Center.
Attractions you love are so close. Many restaurants, brew pubs, espresso bars and night spots are all nearby. The Denver Center for the Performing Arts brings Broadway to your doorstep and four major league sports teams are in the downtown area. LoHi is definitely on the rise, buy now because LoHi is Denver’s most happening Neighborhood
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