Our LoDo Denver apartments are in a neighborhood that's hailed as one of the city's oldest. It's also one of Denver's most vibrant. With Union Station as its center, LoDo stradles the past and present with a storied combination of historic architecture and contemporary sense of place. Come for the restaurants, nightlife and beautiful scenery, stay for all the right ingredients that make the neighborhood feel like home.
Things to do Lodo Neighborhood
Woodie Fisher is a neighborhood gathering place with an emphasis on sustainable, seasonal and fresh cuisine from Chef Franco Ruiz. The restaurant boasts an elevated service experience, bright and airy dining room, bar, chef's table, private dining space and ample patio seating.
In a neighborhood chalk-full of Denver history, Larimer Square claims a leading spot as Denver's first city block. Today, the historic facades that line the area are replete with local businesses both old and new, and sure to please.
Things to Do
Get your culture fix at Denver Center for Performing Arts with a full slate of entertainment primed for the stage. Find an eclectic, ever-changing list of performances ranging from the theatrical to the whimsical, with shows straight from Broadway, home-grown in Denver, or touring from beyond.
Union Station is the epicenter of all things on the up and up in downtown Denver. Make the city’s premiere and most picturesque spot for going out and getting places never far from home.
The collection of parks that line the South Platte River's banks boast a skate park, beautifully maintained formal gardens, and the central hub for a network of running and cycling trails that stretch across Denver and out to the suburbs.