DENVER CITY NEIGHBORHOODS
Denver City is composed of 6 separate neighborhoods: Lowry, Stapleton, Washpark, Rino, LODO and Capitol Hill
Lowry has quickly become one of the top places to live in the Denver Metro area! Perfect place for families and young professionals to live. Small town feel but not far from the big city life if that is what you are looking for. You will find some of the best food and drinks in Lowry. One of the favorites is North County, known for 100 premium tequilas and craft beers. While enjoying your food and drinks at North County you get a beach vibe with mountain views. Looking to do some shopping, Lowry is filled with great shopping but if you can’t find what you’re looking for there, Cherry Creek Shopping Center is just 12 minutes away!
Stapleton stretches across the vast property of old Denver Airport. Stapleton is one of the nations largest new urban developments aimed at creating common spaces to encourage you to get out and meet your neighbors or enjoy yourself relaxing on your front porch, which most houses here will have! The way Stapleton has been designed makes it very easy to take a stroll or bike ride to your favorite spots. One of the main attractions is the Old Stanley Aviation building that has been converted into a great collection of shopping and restaurants.
Wash Park is a mix of historic bungalows and contemporary mansions. You will find 2 lakes mixed into this area, great for walking or jogging or just relaxing and enjoying the peace. Wash Park is full of small shops and great restaurants. One of the favorites, Bonnie Brae ice cream. People enjoy this ice cream all year round, not just the summer. Very easy to bike to work downtown. Don’t own a bike, take the light rail that connects you right to the city. Plenty of bus routes available also!
Rino is one of Denver’s hippest places to live. The area has seen unprecedented growth in the last 5 years adding apartment complexes and great restaurants and bars. You will find art galleries around every corner and murals on street buildings. Rino also has great shopping mixed into the all the artsy areas. Beer lover and want to do a brewery hop, you’ve found your spot. Bigger names like Great Divide, smaller names like Ratio, great patios to sit back and people watch. Rino has a lot of people watching to enjoy because it is one of the most popular places to live in Denver.
LODO is Denver’s oldest neighborhood, located in Denver’s prehistoric district, filled with a variety 25 square blocks of mixed-use neighborhoods which includes unique lofts. Being bored is not a thing in LODO. You will find 20 art galleries and 100 restaurants and clubs. Larimar Square is one of the most popular spots in LODO. Gorgeously draped with white lights make a great atmosphere to have some fun at the popular restaurants and fashionable boutiques. Do not miss the popular speak easy, Green Russel, one of the popular spots in LODO. Love baseball? You’ve found your spot, enjoy Rockies games at Coors Field located right in LODO.
Capitol Hill has a cool historic vibe, full of history but yet hip at the same time. One of the main historic attractions is the Molly Brown House located right in Capital Hill. Capitol Hill is filled with beautiful churches and mansions (some rumored to be haunted) Makes taking a neighborhood stroll very entertaining. Enjoy a great cup of coffee at Pablo’s Coffee and get some yummy pizza at Sexy Pizza. These are just a couple of the popular places located here. Make sure to visit Wax Trax, best selection of vinyls and hard to find music in the city. So many cool places to live, 11 story high rise apartments and quaint older walk ups . You will also find last century houses for sale or rent in the mix.