LoDo Colorado Real EstateLoDo, or Lower Downtown, in Denver is one of the most popular areas. In recent years, it was completely revitalized to include new businesses, modern condos, and venues for entertainment. Many of the buildings were restored to feature the old architecture and charm like beams, built-ins, and brick. Whether you want to buy a home in LoDo or spend the day, there are a lot of amenities to choose from.

 

Local Eateries in LoDo

Many aspiring chefs and restaurant owners took a chance and opened in LoDo during the restoration. It is a large reason why the neighborhood is so successful. Snooze, for example, created a mammoth of a breakfast menu that has you salivating as you read. The options include items like Pineapple Upside Down Pancakes and farm fresh eggs. Many of the local restaurants like Snooze use farm to tabletop produce and meats. This not only ensures high quality and fresh product, but also supports the local farmers. Other top eateries in LoDo include

  • Caveman Cafeteria

  • 1515 Restaurant

  • Wynkoop Brewery

  • Vesto Dipping Grill

  • Tamayo

  • Bistro Vendome

  • Zengo

  • 9th Door

Activities in LoDo

LoDo offers a variety of activities including many that are family friendly. If you want to watch others get active, check out Coors Field by taking in a Rockies game. There are also a number of stores located at Larimer Square for the avid window shopper. Other activities you may enjoy are

  • 16th Street Mall

  • Railyard Dog Park

  • Denver Microbrew Tour

  • Confluence Park

  • Carousel at Elitches

LoDo stays awake even after the sun sets with one of Denver’s most vibrant nightlights. There are clubs and bars ranging from your run-of-the-mill to specialty spots for avid whiskey lovers. Some of the most popular spots include

  • Rioja

  • Wazee Supper Club

  • Corridor 44

  • Freshcraft

  • The Celtic Cavern

  • The Wine Loft

Culture in LoDo

Along with LoDo’s activities and bars, there is a plethora of cultural choices. You can take your children to the Denver Art Museum to run around in the Bubble Garden. You can take in the stunning sounds of classical music with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra. One of the country’s biggest local book retailers, Tattered Cover Books, maintains a calendar of author readings along with their massive inventory. Other cultural options to consider are

  • Denver Firefighters Museum

  • Children’s Museum

  • Union Station Architecture

  • Museum of Contemporary Art Denver

  • LoDo History Tour

Lower Downtown contains things to do for everyone in your family. More than likely, you are going to wish you could stay longer. When you reach this point, contact David Person at Colorado Homes Connection. He can help you find the right property so you won’t have to leave. Prices range from $238k up to millions making it an affordable place for most people.