About this Neighborhood

The Lower Highlands, a neighborhood that grew out of the Highlands, is one of the newest and trendiest spots in Denver and has created its own, unique culture while still working in harmony with the Highlands to provide a large range of sights and tasty bites. One of the most popular places to live and visit in Denver, LoHi offers a number of incredible restaurants with cult followings including Linger, The Truffle Table, and Root Down.

After a long afternoon shopping at the many stores and boutiques that line the streets, you can cool off in the evening before browsing galleries on First Friday with a cone from the famous Little Man Ice Cream or a cocktail from one of the many bars in the neighborhood.

Beyond LoHi, with The Millennium Bridge traveling above I-25, pedestrians and bikers can enjoy direct and easy access into the city including hotspots such as Union Station, Confluence Park, and 16th Street Mall. The Lower Highlands is truly a cultural hub when it comes to art, shopping, and cuisine, alike.

Neighborhood Features

  • Proximity: Close to downtown,16th Street Mall, the Highlands, Confluence Park, Union Station
  • Entertainment: Platte River Bike Path, Commons Park, First Friday, Gallery Walk
  • Food: Little Man Ice Cream, Root Down, LoHi SteakBar, Linger, Vita, Central Bistro & Bar
  • Nearby Schools: North High
  • Walk Score: 80 Transit Score: 58 Bike Score: 84