The Lower Highlands neighborhood is an eclectic and rapidly expanding hub west of I-25. The exciting new developments this neighborhood offers hip restaurants, bustling cafes, art galleries and funky stores. Residents have quick, walkable access to drinks and dinner at reputable Denver staples like Lola, Forest Room 5, or LoHi Steakbar. There are many modern lofts and townhomes being built to take advantage of hilltop Denver skyline views and an abundance of amenities in close proximity. Access to downtown is a snap, thanks to the completion of a 2006 pedestrian bridge that takes residents from the quieter side streets of the Highlands to the Union Station neighborhood in just minutes.

Perfect For: Foodies looking for a dwelling community off the beaten path

Dining In Style: The Bindery is known city-wide for its incredible small plates and unique brunch options

Room With A View: New hot spot El Five offers a panoramic, unobstructed view of downtown

Shopping Spree: LoHi is home to a number of unique boutiques like Goldyn and Metalmark