Highland, the thriving neighborhood that sits just up the hill west of Downtown Denver, has become the place to be for young urbanites wanting the convenience of city life without all the hustle and bustle. With the new pedestrian bridge connecting this community with the city, walking or biking into Downtown has never been easier. An eclectic mix of housing, corner groceries, family-owned cafes and shops surround you. Also prominent here are unique commercial districts with locally owned specialty retailers and restaurants. 32nd Ave., LoHi Marketplace, Tennyson Street, Upper 15th Street and the Navajo Arts District are the city blocks where you’ll find hip boutiques, art galleries, chic restaurants, and a variety of shops selling everything from flowers to gourmet chocolates. Highland demographics are just as unique as the area. The rich ethnic history including Italian, Irish, German and Mexican and the influx of young couples creates a neighborhood where there truly is something for everyone.