Downtown / LoDo

Home Sales Statistics for Downtown / LoDo
Updated February, 2016

Downtown / LoDo real estate has appreciated 7.7% since February, 2015

Sold Properties (past 12 months):

Homes Sold: 305

Average Days on Market: 42

Median Days on Market: 15

Most Expensive: $4,550,000

Least Expensive: $5,650

Months of Inventory: 3

Original Price Final Price Sold Price Net Sold
Average $546,970 $536,605 $520,887 $520,316
Median $445,000 $439,000 $422,000 $420,000
Avg Price / SqFt w/o Basement $449 $440 $427 $427
Avg Price / Fin SqFt w/ Basement $451 $442 $429 $429

Homes Sold By Price Point
Months of Invertory by Price Point
= No homes sold in this price range in the past 12 months

Denver Downtown and LoDo

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For those wishing to walk to work and to a variety of sports and entertainment activities, Downtown and LoDo have no equal. Among the downtown office buildings and condo conversions you’ll find the Denver Performing Arts Complex; the Denver Art Museum (whose renowned new wing has made a distinctive addition to the Denver skyline); the Museum of Contemporary Art; the architecturally distinctive Denver Public Library; Coors Field (home of the Colorado Rockies); Pepsi Center (home of the Denver Nuggets, Colorado Avalanche, Colorado Crush, Colorado Mammoth and Colorado Rapids teams); Denver Pavilions, an outdoor shopping mall in the heart of the city; Larimer Square; and Tabor Center. Nearby, the Cherry Creek bike path attracts skaters, joggers and cyclists.

Bordering the new Commons Park along the South Platte River, Riverfront Park is a newer, 25-acre mixed-use development of retail and 2,500 residences of condos, townhomes, and unique lofts.

Founded in 1858 and located just west of LoDo, the Highlands and LoHi neighborhoods feature an eclectic mixture of old Victorian, bungalow and frame homes with newer condominiums, town homes and houses.

Denver Downtown and LoDo Highlights: