Denver’s Oldest Neighborhood.
Found at the heart of Denver, LoDo is the perfect blend of nostalgia and modernity. This bustling neighborhood is home to nearly 100 restaurants, clubs, galleries, shops, and hospitality businesses, making it the perfect place to explore for residents and tourists alike. LoDo’s rich history dates back to 1858 when gold was discovered at the confluence of the South Platte River and Cherry Creek. Since then, the area has undergone a major revitalization, becoming a key link between Denver’s past and present. Today, LoDo is home to some of the finest late nineteenth and early twentieth-century commercial buildings in the American West. Whether you’re looking for a delicious meal, a night out on the town, or some unique shopping, you’ll find it all in LoDo.
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The 16th St. viaduct is no longer but as you can see the Barteldes Seed (1906) building still stands. If you look closely...Click arrow to read more
The 16th St. viaduct is no longer but as you can see the Barteldes Seed (1906) building still stands. If you look closely, the sign on the the streetcar says “Good-Bye Old Friends: My Last Day is June 3rd”. The photo was taken in the 1950’s. Denver had one of the nation’s largest networks of streetcars during the early 20th Century, with over 250 miles if track, which was headquartered in the Tramway Building which is now Hotel Teatro. By the 1950’s the streetcar routes were abandoned and made way for busses.
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