After 57 years of service preparing military soldiers for WWII, the Korean, Cold and Vietnam Wars, Lowry Air Force base closed in 1994. Throughout its redevelopment into one of Denver’s most popular new neighborhoods, preservation of Lowry’s historic past was of paramount importance.
Located just 15 minutes east of downtown, Lowry is home to 20% of all of Denver’s park acreage! It is an urban neighborhood with suburban conveniences including easy access to groceries, coffee, restaurants and schools. Lowry has nearly 3,000 single-family homes, duplexes, condos and apartments with housing for all ages, all families, and all price points. Among its many historic buildings, the Steam Plant, military barracks and Officer’s Club have been turned into lofts, single family homes and highly desirable schools. Fun fact, the current Stanley British Primary School building was originally used as the Summer White House by President Eisenhower in the early 1950s. Click here for historic photos of these buildings.
This award-winning urban in-fill project has attracted many happy residents with its amenities, great schools, museums, public art, parks and open spaces that allow for lots of outdoor activities. Residents love the walking and biking trails, sports complex, golf course and leash-less dog park.
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Boundaries: Quebec to Dayton – Alameda to 11th