LoHi is bordered by 38th Avenue to the North, 23rd Avenue to the South, I-25 to the East, and Federal Boulevard to the West.
Lower Highlands, or LoHi, is one of the trendiest parts of Denver and a cool place for beating midwinter doldrums with a shot of cosmopolitan buzz.
There are “happening” restaurants, a new contemporary art museum, and the dramatic, triple-ribbed Highlands Bridge which makes it easy to reach LoHi across I-25.
LoHi has experienced amazing growth and changes in the past few years with trendy bars and quaint boutiques situated among bungalow-style homes. Restaurants serve up everything from Mexican and Caribbean cuisine, to seafood and sushi. You’ll find martini bars, art galleries, live music venues, plus ample parking.
LoHi is a great place to shop, eat, stroll and relax…and especially to live. The exciting homes in LoHi appeal to a broad spectrum of buyers, from young professionals to active retirees. The neighborhood is convenient to major sports venues, including Coors Field, and Denver’s impressive cultural attractions. In 2009, Men’s Journal named LoHi one of the best neighborhoods in the country.