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NEIGHBORHOOD

There’s always something new popping up in the Highlands. Named for its position overlooking the city (with stellar views of downtown and the mountains), the laid-back Highlands area is awesomely eclectic. This neighborhood is actually made up of two: the Lower Highlands (LoHi) and Highlands, which combine to create a residential, food-focused feel. Modern duplexes are going up alongside colorful Victorians with some of the city’s most popular and talked-about restaurants as neighbors. That’s what gives the Highlands a block-to-block diversity unseen anywhere else in Denver.

The Highlands offer beyond-amazing accessibility and all the comforts of the city without any of the chaos. You are just a short walk from urban downtown (via the Millennium Bridge), have instant access to great bike paths along the Platte River and you don’t have to fight your way through city traffic to hit the highway to the mountains.

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FEATURES

  • Proximity: Walk, bike or drive downtown (skip over the highway to the 16th Street Mall, Confluence Park or Union Station); easy access to I-25, I-70 and trendy shopping
  • Entertainment: Three Dogs Tavern, Williams & Graham, El Camino, Platte River bike path, dog parks
  • Food: Root Down, Linger, Little Man Ice Cream, Happy Cakes Bakeshop, Lola, Bang!, LoHi Steak Bar, Sushi Hai, Vita, Forest Room 5, Basil Doc’s Pizza
  • Walk Score: 80 Transit Score: 55 Bike Score: 84
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  • 14 apartments available
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  • B Street LoHi 1736 Boulder Street
  • Units available now
  • Julian32 at Highlands Square 3405 West 32nd Avenue
  • Units available 10/1/2014
  • Mark Three 2822 West 28th Avenue
  • Units available 10/11/2014
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