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.
LoHi, the Lower Highlands neighborhood, has seen amazing growth and change over the past few years. The emergence of trendy bars, local boutiques, art galleries, and popular restaurants have made LoHi one of the most sought after neighborhoods for visitors and locals alike.
The Victorian-era and bungalow style homes, lush gardens and parks, and ample parking contribute to the popularity of this wonderful neighborhood. LoHi is situated at the base of the Highland Bridge, connecting downtown Denver with the Highland Neighborhood. LoHi is in walking distance of The Museum of Contemporary Art, Coors Field, and Denver’s impressive cultural attractions.
The restaurants in LoHi serve everything from classic Mexican and Caribbean food to Asian and Middle Eastern cuisines. LoHi’s gorgeous views of downtown Denver and the Rocky Mountains make for impressive patio seating and outdoor fun for the whole family.
The beautiful homes, trendy bars, exquisite restaurants, and family friendly attractions in LoHi make the neighborhood appeal to everyone from young professionals to active retirees. LoHi is repeatedly named one of the best neighborhoods in the country.