These two distinct areas, also referred to as North Denver, have little competition in popularity as best places to live in Denver. Steeped in rich Italian and Hispanic heritage this area offers a diverse range of residents from families starting out to multi-generational communities.
Architecturally defined by sprawling Queen Ann, bungalows, Denver Squares, ranches, Tudors and newer urban lofts, Highlands neighborhood feel, beautifully tree-lined streets, great schools, tightly manicured yards and a ton of green space all make this neighborhood an attractive area to live.
Tucked quietly on residential corners you’ll find a variety of boutique shops, award winning restaurants, book stores, theaters, coffee shops and so much more. However, it’s Highland Square on 32nd & Lowell that has become the central meeting place for residents. Mondo Vino, Chipotle, El Camino, Posh and many more popular shops and restaurants attract residents from all over.