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Hirschhorn Park
Highland Park

Area Information:

To Downtown: 12 min
To shopping: 27 min
Major Highway: 5 min
Walk score: 68
Bike score: 85

LoHi lies just minutes above downtown Denver as a subdivision of the original town of Highland. Established in 1863 by Rev. Walter Potter, the 36 square block district is one of Colorado’s largest residential historic districts full of Victorian, craftsman, and cottage style structures. Among the prominent Potter Highland homes I that of John Mouat at 37th and Bryant, owner of the region’s largest lumber company, today best known as the Lumber Baron Inn & Gardens. Others include the Victorian Cottage of High Mackay at 33rd and Alcott built entirely of grey stone with a matching carriage house, the elaborate Queen Ann mansion. A walling bridge between LoHi and downtown was completed in 2008 and has made this area desirable for professionals working downtown. It has also made this neighborhood accessible to the light rail depot at Union Station, Coors Field, and all downtown has to offer.

Overlooking Downton Denver, Highlands, is a resurgent center city neighborhood with a rich ethnic history. The community has been home to many waves of American immigrants. These Italian, Irish, German, and Mexican immigrants established the neighborhood’s still-thriving churches, businesses, restaurants and cultural events. Today, Highlands is an eclectic urban neighborhood with great shops, restaurants an, and a strong community.

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5975 S Quebec St, Suite 100
Greenwood Village, Colorado
(303) 619-4400
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