Uptown Is a hip residential area, enviable location in the heart of the city with eclectic global eateries and bars ranging from casual dives to sleek cocktail lounges. Intimate performance venues include the Avenue Theater for comedy and improv along with the Filmore Auditorium concert hall.
Denver’s newly designated Uptown neighborhood is a mishmash of old and newly characterized by longtime Denver standbys, brick rowhouses, trendy eateries, and upscale condos. This area is filled with young professionals, or anyone working downtown.
River North Denver
River North also known as Rino is where art is made, the trendy River North Art District features contemporary art galleries and hip concert venues in revamped industrial buildings. RiNo has even adopted a rhino design for its official logo, so look for creative rhinos in art all around the neighborhood. RiNo boasts a diverse mix of creative businesses ranging from visual artists, designers, and furniture makers, to craft distillers and brewers, winemakers, creators of unique outdoor gear, and small coffee roasters.
The Highlands is one of the most happening areas in the Mile High City. Victorian-era homes and buildings; lush gardens and parks; hip independently owned shops; art galleries; chic cocktail bars and trendsetting restaurants all make the Denver highlands which overlooks downtown Denver. The sleek highland Bridge spans the South Platte River to Commons and Confluence parks, home to jogging paths, picnic spots, and riverside trails. The Highlands was named the best neighborhood in 2020.
Lower Highlands Denver
LoHi is part of the Denver Highlands area, the name refers to the lower part of the Highland neighborhood. It’s home to young singles, urban professionals, and growing families, who enjoy quiet streets and proximity to neighborhood galleries, coffee shops, and some of the city’s best eateries. Some may call it an adult playground. Forbes has recognized LoHi as one of the “Best Hipster Neighborhoods” in the country. This area has views of the mountains and downtown Denver which is perfect for all of the rooftop bars and restaurants in the area. Walkability is one of the things that attracts most residents and visitors. LoHi is probably considered the most Family- Friendly neighborhood closest to downtown Denver.