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Denver Lofts – LoHi, LoDo, Curtis Park and More05 Sep

In the past couple years, Denver lofts have become an increasingly popular. Many people have been buying loft properties in downtown Denver, either as a second home or a trendy new place to call their primary home. What do you want – views of the City, views of the mountains? If you’re lucky enough (and willing to spend a bit more) you can get a corner unit with views of everything.

With many high rise buildings in Denver, and more being built, you definitely have options! You might opt for a traditional condo, or perhaps a loft with high ceilings, exposed duct work and brick walls. This city view has a few clouds, and we don’t have many of these! With 300+ days of sunshine (and we defintely have had a very warm summer), and plenty of sunshine, there are many days with clear blue skies, so the views you will have – will be GREAT!

The LoHi area of Downtown Denver has emerged as a popular spot, just outside the Highlands area, and features abundant options for loft living. There is a walk way into the City, and easy access to the Platte River walkway to bike, skate or walk/run. There is a farmers market close, health food stores, and lots of nightlife to enjoy!

LoDo became very popular when Coors Field was built, and everyone LoDo near Coors Fieldthought walking to the game was a benefit. Many of the most established and well-known lofts are in this area of town and range greatly in price. From small studios to large, open three bedroom floor plans, you can find all sorts of lofts with different styles and layouts. Some buildings have been converted from apartments over the years, and have exposed brick walls with ceiling to floor windows! The options are nearly endless here, and you can choose from a variety of locations, all of which offer great access to the sporting arenas, shops, restaurants and other essential amenities that make living here so appealing.

Curtis Park was the very first Denver suburb in the early 1880s (even though it’s today just a mile away from downtown!). The streetcar quickly went out there, leading it to being one of the many streetcar suburbs which also included Highlands, Washington Park, Baker, etc. Denver had a huge boom around 1890, which is when all these areas came to be. Denver’s original suburbs.

Curtis Park is definitely up and coming and has turned its image around, but only after a long history of being down. Especially when you consider that Curtis Park used to be block after block of projects, all now torn down. In the place of the projects, you now have lofts and condos, at reasonable prices, and still cheaper than the even more expensive lofts in LoDo.

If the thought of living near the ballparks doesn’t appeal to you, there are many other lofts to choose from in Denver. Many lofts are still in places that are being developed, and will continue to increase in value and desireability. They include Cheesman Park, Palace Place, Curtis Park and more. Contact us today if you’re thinking about moving into a Denver loft and we’ll be happy to help you find the best spot in town.

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