One of Denver’s most established, desirable and inclusive neighborhoods, LoHi is nestled directly in the middle of the Highlands in North Denver. Close to Downtown with a quiet neighborhood feel, this 36 square block historic district is beautifully tree-lined and consists of architecture from a distinctive blend of Victorian houses and single story Bungalows to new Loft Builds.

What makes this neighborhood such a desirable place to live? This mix-use neighborhood is loaded with some of Denver’s top restaurants and shops all within walking distance anywhere in the neighborhood. The notable fluctuation of young professionals, older residents and families with children make Potter Highlands one of the most diverse, desirable and close-knit communities in Denver.

Lifestyle Highlights

Sunnyside Music Festival – Originating in the backyard of a Sunnyside resident in 2000, it has become a major annual event for the North Denver neighborhoods.

Diz’s Daisies – Neighborhood flower shop with friendly staff, great prices and online service serving Denver since 1993.

Highlands Farmer’s Market – Hosted by H.U.N.I (Highland United Neighbors Inc.), this market runs on Saturday mornings from 9am – 11am, June – October.

Black Eye Coffee – Committed to excellence, owner-operator Ali Elman perfects the art of coffee making. Dedicated to representing the neighborhood, Black Eye Coffee is quickly becoming a favorite.

Stir Cooking School – Offering fun filled recreational cooking classes for all levels.

Duo Restaurant – Farm-To-Table, Local-Sustainable, Dinner only and really delicious weekend brunch.

Spuntino – Local and sustainable dining, fantastic homemade Gelato AND a great place to have lunch or dinner.

  • Beautiful tree-lined streets
  • Stunning city scape and snow capped mountain views
  • Small neighborhood and close-knit community
  • Easy Downtown accessibility
  • Berkeley Park
  • Highland Square Commercial District
  • Diverse Architecture
  • Easy access to major highway to the mountains
  • Denver Bike Route (D-5, D-4)
  • Limited RTD bus line; on main thoroughfares only
  • Driving and on-street parking
  • Light-Rail COMING SOON on 39th and Inca
  • Close to I-25
  • Close to I-70
  • Walk to local shops and restaurants

Neighborhood Boundaries

Federal Blvd – Zuni St

W 32nd Ave – W 38th Ave

Surrounding Hoods

Berkeley

Sunnyside

Jefferson Park

W Highlands

Public Schools

Academy Ana Marie Sandoval (ECE – 6)

STRIVE Prep – Highland campus (6 – 8)

North High School (9 – 12)

Defining Qualities

Parking, walkable, neighborhood shopping and restaurants, Denver bike routes, tree-lined streets, farmer’s market, on-street parking.

“The best part about this neighborhood are my neighbors. Many have become my friends and is why I brag about living in the best neighborhood in Denver. Also, it’s very safe and I can walk everywhere.

 

Karen C 5 year resident of Potter Highlands