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Living in LoHi, One of Denver’s Most Trendy and Popular Neighborhoods

Luxury living in a contemporary, hip and vibrant neighborhood is yours when you look at homes for sale in LoHi in Denver.

Confluence Park, Denver, Colorado

Confluence Park

LoHi is the best of city living in an up-and-coming, rapidly growing but intimate community. LoHi delivers an incredible sense of locality with access to amazing restaurants, galleries and entertainment, all within walking distance from your front door.

Location. LoHi, located northwest of downtown Denver, is a triangular area bordered by Zuni, W. 38th Avenue, I-25 and Speer Boulevard, which makes navigation throughout the Metro Denver area a breeze. However, LoHi is also one of the most walkable areas in the city. An easy 20-minute stroll over the Highlands Pedestrian Bridge brings you to the Lower Downtown (LoDo) area, where you can catch the light-rail, take an RTD bus to your destination or catch the 16th Street Mall downtown shuttle. If you drive to work, your commute looks something like this:

  • 37 minutes (23.3 miles) to Denver International Airport
  • 29 minutes (13.7 miles) to the Denver Tech Center
  • 17 minutes (9.2 miles) to the Denver Federal Center

Homes for Sale. You’ll find an eclectic mix of luxury homes in LoHi, from historic Victorian homes and brownstones to modern, custom-built homes with exciting new architecture, a true blending of old and new. Modern lofts are the newest addition to LoHi, with great views and amenities such as:

  • Outdoor living space
  • Five-piece bathroom with jetted tub
  • Huge walk-in closets
  • Fireplaces
  • Stackable laundry

The older and custom-built homes offer amenities such as:

  • Wine cellars
  • Heated floor tiles
  • Double ovens, gas top cooking
  • Rooftop decks with skyline views

Restaurants and Shopping. In Denver’s moderate climate, you’ll enjoy strolling nearly year-round in LoHi where you’ll find a community garden, galleries, art theater, more than 30 restaurants, cafes, coffee shops, boutiques and yoga studios. Check out some of these local eateries:

Linger – once a mortuary, this quaint place serves water in formaldehyde bottles and offers up specials printed on toe tags

Root Down – a funky casual restaurant featuring locally grown ingredients, including sustainable meats and fish

Lola’s Coastal Mexican – great food and tapped by Food and Wine magazine as the best U.S. establishment in which to drink tequila

Little Man Ice Cream – top it all off with a taste of homemade flavors such as fluffernutter or coconut almond fudge.

If living in a friendly, upscale and energetic community appeals to you, contact a LoHi REALTOR and we’ll help you find your urban niche.

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