Highlands: hip urban industrial where the car shops of yesteryear turn into posh restaurants of today, it is also has a great farmer's market and breweries.
LoHi: the southern cousin of highlands slightly more commercial but similar vibe.
Baker: is the old neighborhood with new life. Good bar scene and easy access to everything it is also right next to the Santa Fe arts district so first Friday traffic is some of the best people watching in the city.
Wash park: it has the park, which is the place to be to enjoy the 300+ days of sunshine, but it is pricey and most single family homes.
Platt Park: nestled between wash park and du it is a blend of the two neighborhoods. Has the university vibe and great little secrete in ild south pearl for dining and shopping
Capital hill: the cheaper hipster neighborhood, there is still some sketch, but mostly tame these days lots of apartments and mansion conversion to apartments
RiNo/ cole: lofty used to be industrial wasteland but now booming artsy scene. It is hot and close to everything.
LoDo: the staple, it has been cool ever since jack Kerouac was hanging out here in the 50's, the place where all the bars have always been, mostly highish rise buildings or loft conversions, it is the quintessential downtown neighborhood. I hope this breakdown was at lest. Little helpful, let me know if I can walk you through this.
LoHi-Lower Highlands has the newest of restaurants and bars even a new cool speakeasy. walk to Downtown in 10 minutes. this is the most eclectic of Denver neighborhoods offering it all.
RiNo~ or River North is located right north of LoDO or Downtown Denver. Tons of new Art Galleries. Think graffiti artists, huge warehouse spaces and great local eateries. this neighborhood is also walking distance to LoDO.
LoDo: Cant beat living in a cool conversion warehouse space right in the heart of downtown denver.
Highlands: Cool spot with an amazing since of community. tons of young professionals & young families.
Capital Hill: super hip and on the younger side of the young professionals. has a great urban feel and a little more grungy then the options above
Wash Park and Cherry Creek are the pricey and more family oriented neighborhoods in Denver
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Highlands - Mixture of old and new architecture, great restaurants, galleries & local shops
Uptown - Mostly condos but great restaurants and easy access to downtown
LoDo - Combination of older & newer lofts downtown. Great restaurant, nightlife and shopping.
Golden Triangle - Downtown location with easy access to the Art Museum, galleries & restaurants.
Wash Park - Mixture of young professionals, families, etc. Great park with mainly weekend activities including running, biking & volleyball.
Cherry Creek - Higher end retail, restaurants, spas and great weekend farmer's market. Mixture of single family homes, townhomes and condos.
Capital Hill - Mostly condos and lofts dotted with restaurants, bars and Cheeseman Park.
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