Denver Neighborhoods – LoDo

Denver Neighborhoods – LoDo

The Lower Downtown (LoDo) area was the site of the original settlement that began when people came to the region in the 19th century in search of gold. The LoDo neighborhood is one of the best examples of urban redevelopment in Denver The lower downtown area today is one of the busiest and most exciting neighborhoods in the region. Downtown Denver is full of shops, art galleries and restaurants, but it also has a selection of residential properties, predominantly stylish lofts and luxurious apartments.

LoDo is a hub of cultural events and entertainment in the city. Attractions within the LoDo area include Denver’s Museum of Contemporary Art, the Children’s Museum of Denver, 16th Street Mall and Six Flags Elitch Gardens. Not to mention the recently renovated Union Station. It is also the locations of two of the major sporting venues in the city: Coors Field and the Pepsi Center.

Photo Credit: Wikipedia

Photo Credit: Wikipedia


The 16th Street Mall Promenade runs for the length of 16th blocks and happens to be on 16th street! It is filled with boutiques, restaurants, shopping and outdoor cafes. The huge Tabor Center mall lies on this street, as does the Denver Pavilions which is the perfect place to catch a movie or knock down some pins!

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More Information:

Near-by Parks: Commons Park, River Front Park, Confluence Park

1 Minute to DownTown

5 Minutes to Shopping 16th Street Mall

5 Minutes to I-25

Closest Grocery Store is King Soopers

Walk Score: 94

Bike Score: 86

Postal Zip Code: 80202


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