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A Little About the Highlands/LoHi Neighborhood

Highlands is Denver's latest "it" place to be!  This community, with a distinct Hispanic heritage, has been featured in Travel + Leisure Magazine as well as National Geographic Traveler.  The 250-acre section northwest of downtown has experienced amazing growth and changes over the past few years, and is overflowing with trendy restaurants, bars and shops.

Three diverse commercial districts-- Lower Highlands (LoHi), HIghlands Square and Tennyson Street make Highlands Denver's largest neighborhood.  Highlands Square at 32nd and Lowell is a charming neighborhood of quaint boutiques and restaurants, situated among bungalow-style houses.  Here you'll find shops offering anything from books and gifts to fine lingerie  and contemporary fashions.  Restaurants in Highlands Square serve up an array of fare, including Mexican and Caribbean cuisine, seafood, and sushi.  Pubs, as well as wine, sake and martini bars play a big part in giving this area a fun, lively ambience.


Another area of interest in Highlands is Tennyson Street, with a number of art galleries, where you can spend an afternoon browsing antique prints, photographs, and paintings from local artists.  You'll also find a few live music venues and some great Italian and Mexican food.


The first Friday of every month on Tennyson Street, galleries and artists display and sell their work, offering everything from paintings and photography to Chinese Scrolls and stage costumes. Every June, the Highlands Street Fair brings live music, tasty food, arts and crafts, a classic car show, and more to the neighborhood, while the Dragon Boat Festival celebrates Asian culture.


If you're looking for a neighborhood that is vibrant and close to downtown, look no further!! Highlands and LoHi are great places to shop, dine "al fresco", stroll and relax!