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Discover LoDo and what makes this community unique to the Denver Metro area. Below you can access neighborhood facts and statistics as well as school information in the LoDo area. Search for real estate in LoDo: from condos and lofts to short sales and bank owned properties.

LoDo (Lower Downtown Denver) Real Estate & Community Information

Lower Downtown or "LoDo", as it's more commonly known is considered Denver's birthplace and historic downtown district that mixes urban living with culture, entertainment, shopping and dining. Over the years, the area's resurgence in real estate, including the addition of lofts and high-rises, has attracted every age group from young professionals to Baby Boomers. The average price of a condominium is $492,676 while the average price of a single-family home is $399,000.

One of Lodo's newest communities, Riverfront Park, features a chic assortment of loft style and high-rise living, including the sought-after "Glass House" that features floor-to- ceiling windows, stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. Riverfront provides easy access to parks, Coors Field, and light rail, and it isn't far from Denver's historic Union Station, currently a hub for light rail, with plans for additional high-speed rail lines in the future.

Residents in LoDo live in the heart of the city and can walk to work, nearby attractions, or special events. It's no surprise that LoDo was recently dubbed a "walkers' paradise", according to a recent report from that ranked Denver 10th on a list of U.S. cities with the most "walkable" neighborhoods. The ranking evaluates the ease of navigating a given neighborhood on foot, using such factors as distance to stores, restaurants, schools and parks from various points in each neighborhood. A popular spot for pedestrians is the 16th Street Mall, a 16-block, tree-lined street that combines restaurants, bars, nightlife and shopping with historic buildings.

Working and playing outdoors is one of the signature characteristics of living in Denver. It has the largest public parks system of any city in the nation, along with access to thousands of acres of open space for hiking, biking, walking and snowshoeing. Denver is located in proximity to 40 state parks and three national parks. There are more than 75 public and private golf courses in the region, and Denver is within 100 miles of Colorado's 25 legendary ski resorts.

LoDo is also located near the (newly expanded) Denver Art Museum, Denver Performing Arts Complex, and Larimer Square (historic district and home of award-winning restaurants and boutiques), and professional sports venues for the Denver Broncos, Denver Nuggets, Colorado Avalanche, Colorado Rockies, Colorado Mammoth and Denver Outlaws.

There's always something happening in LoDo, and the best way to stay updated is via Denver 365, a comprehensive, year-round events guide that features annual and upcoming events.

LoDo (Lower Downtown) School Information

Denver Public Schools (DPS) and numerous private and charter schools provide education to students living in Denver. In DPS, the current student enrollment is 75,269 in a total of 152 schools: 68 Elementary, 18 K-8, 16 Middle Schools, 15 High Schools, 21 Charter, 6 Alternative, and 8 Other.


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