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West Highland Neighborhood Guide

Suburban · Quiet · Charismatic · Tree-Lined Streets · Dog Friendly · Bikeable · Upbeat


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West Highland is easily one of Denver’s most in-demand neighborhoods. For such a small area (about 1 square mile), it is bursting with things to do. Enjoy Denver’s 300+ days of sunshine by strolling down 32nd Ave or Tennyson Street. Here you can window shop, pop into vibrant restaurants, or sneak in that midday caffeine break at a locally owned coffee shop. Exploring West Highland’s independently owned boutiques, bookstores, spas, and coffee shops is a colorful adventure that will never get old.


The West Highland neighborhood is a very dog-friendly area (even for Denver). Most shops, patios, and homes are pet-friendly. Plus, the sidewalks and plentiful green space make it easy for pups to get in their exercise. Residential options are vast and varied: From Victorian masterpieces and 1920s bungalows to ultra-modern townhomes and brand new apartment complexes. If you enjoy this neighborhood but want to be closer to downtown, check out neighboring LoHi.


Even though residents have everything they need in their own backyard— Sloan’s Lake is just a stone’s throw away, and the thrills of LoDo are equally close by.


Hogshead Brewery (cask English ales), Burrito Giant, Matador (delicious street-style tacos), Mondo Vino (interesting wine selection and dog friendly), walking the labyrinth in the old Elitch’s carousel house, shows at the old Elitch’s theater.

The Highlands encompasses two neighborhoods within Denver's city center, Highland and West Highland. Both are located on the city's northside.
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