Lodo

Revitalizing Lower Downtown
LoDo, or Lower Downtown, is Denver’s oldest city. In the 1980’s it was known as a sketchy neighborhood. But urban revitalization has hit the city, and it is no longer the unsafe neighborhood it used to be. LoDo is now known as a buzzing and hip place in the city with trendy eateries, clothing stores, and the hub for nightlife activity in the city. Coors Field, the home to the Colorado Rockies, lies right outside of town, perfect for baseball fans who want to go see a game. Confluence Park is also a main attraction in the city. It is a riverside park featuring kayak runs, walking trails, and biking.

Lower Downtown is known for having hip restaurants and bars in the area. It is quite easy for anyone to choose where they want to eat due to its large variety of options. Recommended bars for a drink with friends include Society Sports and Spirits, The Pour House Pub, Swanky's Vittles, and Libations, Giggling Grizzly, and The Retro Room Salon and Lounge. Restaurants that are worth a visit in the area include Vesta, Panzano, Ophelia's Electric Soapbox, Marco's Coal Fired, and Snooze an A.M. Eatery. LoDo is the place to live for anyone who wants to live in the center of Denver’s action.
What Lodo Residents
Think About Their Apartments
overall
8.0
value
7.0
amenities
8.0
social
10
management
8.0
Median rents in Lodo
Studio
$
1,490
1 Bedroom
$
1,915
2 Bedroom
$
2,750

Living in
Lodo

Lodo — 8.5/10 Rating (based on 2 neighborhood reviews)
I think LoDo is a great option for new graduate students coming to Denver. If you don't know the city that well and want to be close to everything, and get a feel for the place, this is a great spot. It's walkable and there's a lot to do with good transit options to DU. Crime has been a little bit of an issue but it's a bit over reported, just keep your wits about you. And pick a complex that's not a glorified party dorm. Later on if you decide you want Highlands, RiNo, CapHill, or Wash Park, or wherever, you'll be glad you got to experience a lot of Denver by being in LoDo
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7
/10
Neighborhood Rating
The Grand
Terrific, centrally located neighborhood. We currently have issues with homelessness
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10
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Neighborhood Rating
The Platform at Union Station


Getting to Know
Lodo

Neighborhood Boundaries
East to West Boundaries: Speer Blvd to N Broadway
North to South Boundaries: 20th St to W Colfax Ave
dining
Backcountry Delicatessen
Bruegger’s Bagels
Illegal Pete’s
Mici Handcrafted Italian
Sliceworks
Sushi Sasa
The Capital Grille
Vesta Dipping Grill
grocery
King Soopers
Natural Grocers
convenience
7-Eleven
Rite Aid
fitness
Colorado Athletic Club Downtown
Denver Athletic Club
Yoga Pod LoDo
parks
Confluence Park
Skyline Park
coffee
ink! Coffee Company
Pigtrain Coffee Co
Starbucks
bus
20/32/8 (bus)
LD1 (bus)
rail
A (rail)
D/F/H (light rail)
D/H (light rail)
parking
Sp Plus Parking

Best Apartments
in Lodo


Studio $1,775
1 Bed $2,085
2 Beds $3,735

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1 Bed $2,095

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Studio $1,295
1 Bed $1,360
2 Beds $1,668

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1 Bed $1,498
2 Beds $2,065

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Studio $1,312
1 Bed $1,401
2 Beds $1,929

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1 Bed $1,795
2 Beds $2,475

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