Homes for sale in LoHi
The LoHi neighborhood (short for Lower Highland) is one of the 2 coolest neighborhoods in Denver right now. (Rino being the other). With new, hip and trendy bars and restaurants opening daily in the "it hood" to live in.
LoHi homes for sale are primarily new construction infill surrounded by very old, shotgun style 50’s era houses. The landscape of the neighborhood lends itself to lots of roof decks with amazing views of the city. The neighborhood is a super-vibrant and has a high energy vibe. Read More...
The centerpiece of the neighborhood is the 320-foot pedestrian bridge that connects Lohi to Riverfront Park and ultimately Lodo. This wonderful bridge has had an enormous impact on the neighborhood as it has established a central avenue for pedestrians to enter and exit into downtown Denver.
Homes for sale in Lohi enjoy the ultimate in walkability. On just about every corner of LoHi sits an amazing bistro or cocktail bar worthy of being called the best mixology in the city. Speakeasies are popping up everywhere. There are so many great restaurants, bars, nightspots, coffee houses, local boutique and shops to walk to in addition to easy access to all that LoDo and Downtown have to offer.
Homes for sale in LoHi can be found in the 80216 zip code.
Homes for sale in LoHi are bordered to the south and west by Speer Blvd and Federal Blvd. and to the north and east by 38th Ave. and I-25.
3 Things to Love About Living in LoHi
Walkability | Views | Vitality
What makes a neighborhood walkable? Many of the attributes the LoHi neighborhood enjoys. The Highland Bridge is at the center of LoHi, creating a gateway into lower downtown Denver. LoHi has enough people for businesses to flourish and for public transit to run frequently. LoHi has plenty of public parks and places for residents to gather and play. LoHi has a pedestrian design where buildings and retail are close to the street and residents can walk from their homes to most amenities. The streets in LoHi are designed for bicyclists, pedestrians, and transit. This neighborhood is for you if you want to leave the car in the garage or ditch the car altogether.
Let's face it, views are important. Especially if you live in Denver. There are 2 major focal points, Downtown Denver and the Rocky Mountains. LoHi is situated such that the majority of the views will be of Downtown Denver. The neighborhood has been established on a hill facing southeast. The majority of the zoning allows for dwellings to reach a maximum of 3 stories. Therefore developers are gobbling up available lots and building modern townhomes with roof decks facing Downtown. There is something magical about stepping onto a large roof deck after dark and being mesmerized by the twinkling lights of downtown Denver.
I don't think there is a better word to describe this neighborhood than vitality. "the state of being strong and active; energy." If you have spent any time in LoHi, this is exactly how you would describe it. The overall vibe of Denver has been condensed down and manifests in this hood. A collection of active, energetic people focused on enjoying life and opportunities this great city affords.
Amenities of LoHi
So many choices
- Avanti (a collective eatery)
- Bar Dough
- Central Bistro and Bar
- Duo Restaurant
- Little Man (ice cream)
- Forest Room 5
- Highland Tap and Burger
- Kobe An Shabu Shabu & Sushi
- LoHi Steak Bar
- Low Country Kitchen
- Masterpiece Delicatessen
- Mizu Izakaya
- Old Major
- Williams and Graham
- Root Down