LoHi (Lower Highlands) is known as one of America’s top neighborhoods for Hipsters. The Lower Highlands boasts a growing population and unique businesses.
Though the streets may be quiet, there is always something to do in LoHi. The Navajo Art District sits within its boundaries offering a number of art galleries within walking distance. This artsy neighborhood also has some of Denver’s top restaurants featuring Mexican, Caribbean, and Asian foods. If you want a night out, there are martini bars, rooftop bars, and multiple venues for live music. LoHi is an eccentric subdivision focused on culture and community.
There are several outdoor areas, most notably the Highland Bridge. This was constructed in 2006 to give pedestrians and bicyclists an easy commute to downtown and contributed to the neighborhood’s rapid expansion. It also gives access to the Cherry Creek Bike Path and Confluence Park. If you are into outdoor activity and sports, you can always catch a game at Coors Field, too.
The LoHi neighborhood flanks I-25 northwest of the central business district and Lower Downtown (LoDo).