RiNo Neighborhood Highlights

Hip and trendy, the name “RiNo” is a tip-off just how cool this neighborhood is…. and where we’re located! Since 1995, the development and repurpose of the Yellow Cab Depot building has been in the making by the formidable Zeppelin Development. Without the vision, RiNo might not have become the draw for such creative businesses as architects, gallery owners and designers., not to mention some pretty fabulous bars, restaurants and retail to boot!

The fastest growing area in Denver, the RiNo neighborhood is mostly an industrial mixed/use zone. The Office of Economic Development have incentivized developers and businesses offering alluring tax credits.

Most residential spaces have been established by the renovation and restoration of industrial buildings and most share common space with creative businesses and artist studios.

There’s quite a bit of residential in the works, but pickings are slim in the heart historic RiNo- Lawrence, Larimer, Blake, Walnut Streets. Most of the large developments along the ever changing Brighton Blvd. Look for changes to the west side of Brighton Blvd- parks, pedestrian bridges, bike paths along the river. Rumor has it the City *may* shut down Arkins Court which would make the west area a prime living location on the Platt River. Without a doubt, RiNo is the coolest place right now in Denver to live.

Lifestyle Highlights

Neighborhood Boundaries

I-25 – Lawrence St
I-70 – Park Ave W

Surrounding Hoods'

Five Points

Public Schools

University Prep Academy (K – 5)
Gilliam School (K – 12)
Cole Middle School (6 – 8)
Manual High School (9 – 12)

Defining Qualities

Hip, trendy, dining, bars, entertainment, Denver B-Cycle stations, Denver bike routes, tough on-street parking, art, galleries, First Friday Art Walks

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