LoHi, Denver, Colorado Real Estate
About Lower Highlands, Denver, Colorado
LoHi, also know as Lower Highland, is the eastern section of the popular Highland District, bordered by West 38th Ave, I-25, Zuni Street St and Speer. LoHi attracts young singles and professionals, often called “hipsters” and growing families to reside in its modern structures. The modern residences typically offer expansive windows to capture the awe-inspiring views of Denver or balconies with which to enjoy the moderate outdoor climate. The residents of LoHi have the quiet streets to meander by day while being nearby neighborhood galleries, coffee shops and some of the city's best eateries.
LoHi is an emerging area with new, modern architecture, sitting alongside historic Victorian homes and brownstones. The average price point for the neighborhood is in the low $600s. The eclectic mix is attracting singles and young professionals who want to be near the heart of all Denver has to offer. The Highland pedestrian bridge connects the this quiet, up-and-coming neighborhood to the downtown action, allowing residents to have the best of both worlds.
Although the streets of LoHi are quiet, there is plenty to do. The Navajo Art District offers a plethora of art galleries to stroll through and shop. Once you are armed with bags in hand, sit in one of the cafes serving up plates of Mexican, Caribbean, and Asian fare. Then use the Highland pedestrian bridge to ride the Cherry Creek Bike Path or jog to Confluence Park, and Shoemaker Plaza, a renovated promenade in the park.
From public to private, LoHi offers its young residents a multitude of educational options. Denver Center Theater Academy, Denver Waldorf School, an all-male school promoting Jewish values, and both Catholic and Christian schools are among the many options in the LoHi District in addition to the public schools for K-12.