Louisville and Superior Real Estate: Meet Highlands in Denver

highland denver restaurant venueMoney and Fortune Magazines aren’t the only traditional publications to rate Colorado real estate, and local towns.

Men’s Journal recently gave thumbs up to an area of North West Denver called ‘East Highlands.

Oh I have some stories about the Highlands area I should share with you some day. Many years ago, I spent many days commuting from Boulder to my studio in the area of 32nd and Lowell.

Now this trendy area is getting the attention that rivals like Boulder, Louisville, Superior and other Colorado towns have received. And for many good reasons.Call, Text, or Email me. to talk more about the greater Denver area, and especially this latest hot spot with easy access to all that Downtown Denver and LODO has for you. I have several friends that live in the area, and two of them are currently in the middle of upgrading to a slightly larger home.

“Leave Highlands?”, I asked… “not a chance!” they said.

Here’s an excerpt of what Men’s Journal had to say:

…in burgeoning East Highland, Colorado’s capital finally has its own Brooklyn. Overlooking the downtown skyline, E-Hi’s brick brownstones, row houses, and modern condominium complexes are bringing in single professionals who party like grown-ups, couples who aren’t quite ready to settle down, and young families who are looking for a little more color than they might find in the increasingly beige neighborhoods of Cherry Creek or Washington Park.

With an easy hour to two-hour drive to most destination resort ski areas like A-Basin, Copper Mountain, Winter Park and Vail, outdoor enthusiasts don’t come up short on access to winter sports, still retain the perfect connection to their downtown jobs, all the while keeping a wonderful mix of authentic, home-grown Mexican, Italian, other ethnic, and even urban-chic eateries rivaled by some of my experiences in Greenwich Village back in the 90’s consider Venue at 3609 W. 32nd Ave…

More from Luc Hatlestad’s article at Men’s Journal:

…the South Platte River Greenway, a five-minute downhill spin from the center of East Highland, offers the best urban biking in town. For a midweek fix, check out the 45-foot-high climbing wall at REI’s massive flagship store, housed in an impressive century-old brick building. Or, for those who prefer escaping farther into the city, a new pedestrian footbridge handily links East Highland to LoDo (Lower Downtown) high-rises and nightclubs, along with Coors Field, the city’s beautiful retro ballpark.

Whether it’s vacant land for sale, neighborhood profiles, or Boulder county business profiles, I strive every day to give you the useful information and critical support you need to make an informed decision.

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Zachary Epps, full-time professional Realtor® and EcoBroker® at RE/MAX Alliance Boulder

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