Why you'd want to live in West Highlands
The Denver Highlands, with a rich history spanning back to the 1860's, has experienced a remarkable resurgence and revitalization in recent years. As this diverse & dynamic neighborhood has grown in popularity, it has attracted an engaging mix of locally-owned restaurants, microbreweries and unique boutiques to line its streets. Placed serenely on the hilltop with a nearly unimpeded - and nearly unbeatable - view of the city at large, the native beauty of the Highlands is highlighted by the recent refurbishment of many of its historical homes. With its classic bungalows, newly built loft apartments, and gorgeously renovated historic homes, the pleasant and welcoming community of the Highlands represents a perfect urban mix for residents. Balancing out its active nightlife, trendy shops and restaurants, and social bustle are the Highlands quiet streets and welcoming hub, Highland Square. With incredibly walkability to downtown Denver (just across Highland Bridge), residents are within a short walk or bike ride to the Denver Aquarium, the Children's Museum, & Confluence Park. This neighborhood represents one of the most impressive revitalizations of a historic Denver neighborhood over the past decade, and as this hilltop enclave of urban cool continues to attract and engage urban home & business owners, that trend looks to continue. Whether enjoying lush parks, exploring local farmers markets, or sampling the influence of a diverse ethnic history on all Highland restaurants, Denverites continue to flock to this enchanting neighborhood. With it's siren call of urban community played out against the stunning backdrop of downtown Denver, the Highlands offer's all comers taste of Denver’s best - whether that means city's most infamous speakeasy, a quick stop-over at Little Man Ice Cream, or a taste of something wonderful at Linger, the Highlands has it all.