LoHi


Home Sales Statistics for LoHi
Updated February, 2016

LoHi real estate has appreciated 10.0% since February, 2015


Sold Properties (past 12 months):


Homes Sold: 116

Average Days on Market: 40

Median Days on Market: 14.5

Most Expensive: $1,490,000

Least Expensive: $160,000

Months of Inventory: 2

Original Price Final Price Sold Price Net Sold
Average $603,246 $585,368 $576,071 $574,947
Median $524,900 $507,500 $510,000 $510,000
         
Avg Price / SqFt w/o Basement $279 $271 $267 $266
Avg Price / Fin SqFt w/ Basement $318 $309 $304 $304

Homes Sold By Price Point
Months of Invertory by Price Point

LoHi Neighborhood

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Highlands-Neighborhood-Map

LoHi (short for Lower Highlands) is a super-vibrant and exciting neighborhood that’s undergoing change at a rapid pace. LoHi is a funky shape, located between Speer Blvd/29th Ave. and 38th Ave. and between I-25 and Federal Blvd. It’s set up on a hill overlooking Riverfront Park and Commons Park just across I-25 to the east with the Highlands neighborhood behind it to the west. There’s a pedestrian bridge (built in 2006) that connects LoHi to the LoDo (Lower Downtown) area. The construction of the bridge is largely responsible for the burst of development and renovation which is causing the area to turn into a trendy hot-spot.

Residents of the LoHi area enjoy the walkability of the neighborhood and proximity to employment in Downtown Denver. There are many great restaurants, bars, night-spots, coffee houses and local boutique shops to walk to in addition to easy access to all that LoDo and Downtown have to offer.

Modern-style lofts are the new construction style of choice at the moment. Many of these are taking advantage of the incredible views of the Denver skyline, and prices remain more affordable than the LoDo lofts just across the highway.

LoHi Highlights: