Highlands Neighborhood Highlights

Highlands has little competition in popularity as best places to live in Denver. Steeped in rich heritage this area offers a diverse range of residents from families starting out to multi-generational communities.

Architecturally diverse with sprawling Queen Ann Victorians, bungalows, Denver Squares, ranches, Tudors and new, modern single family homes, duplexes and urban lofts Highlands has a style for you!

Summer evenings are filled with the smell of BBQ grills. Dog walkers, runners, kids, people out on bikes is a common occurrence. And tucked on residential corners you’ll find a variety of boutique shops, award winning restaurants, book stores, theaters, coffee shops and so much more. Highlands has beautifully tree-lined streets, tightly manicured yards and a ton of green space with close proximity to LoHi, downtown and Sloan’s Lake, making this neighborhood an attractive area to live.

Lifestyle Highlights

Neighborhood Boundaries

Sheridan Blvd – I – 25
29th Ave – 38th Ave

Surrounding Hoods'

Sloan’s Lake

Public Schools

Edison Elementary (ECE – 5)
Valdez Elementary (ECE – 5)
Cesar Chavez Academy (K – 8)
Bryant-Webster Dual Language Elementary (ECE – 8)
Academia Ana Marie Sandoval Elementary (ECE – 6)
Escuela Tlatelolco (K – 12)
Contemporary Learning Academy High School (9 – 12)
STRIVE Prep Highlands Campus (6 – 9)
North High School (9 – 12)

Defining Qualities

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

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