LoHi, Denver (Lower Highlands)


LoHi Denver Overlooking Downtown

Lower Highlands, also called LoHi is located adjacent to Riverfront Park on the West side of I-25. It is close enough to Downtown and Lodo with only a short jaunt across the walking bridge on 16th street and Commons Park. LoHi is full of life, you can lose a Sunday afternoon at LoLa’s sipping Cocktails listening to Jazz and eating Tacos overlooking the skyline.

The Neighborhood overlooks the new Commons Park, the Central Platte Valley and the Downtown Denver Skyline. The street have some of the oldest real estate in the city going back to the mid-1800’s along with modern infill townhomes w/rooftop patios that overlook the skyline

  • Commons Park is a 30-acre park with wetlands and trails along the South Platte River.
  • The 16th Street Mall Shuttle will connect the 16th Street Mall to the Central Platte Valley and the Highlands.
  • The Light Rail Spur connects riders between Central and Southwest Light Rail Lines to Denver Union Terminal and 16th Street Mall and many of the Central Platte Valley’s attractions including Coors Field, Invesco Field, Auraria Campus, and The Pepsi Center.

Attractions you love are so close.  Many restaurants, brew pubs, espresso bars and night spots are all nearby. The Denver Center for the Performing Arts brings Broadway to your doorstep and four major league sports teams are in the downtown area. LoHi is definitely on the rise, buy now because LoHi is Denver’s most happening Neighborhood

Denver’s LoDo Historic District


LoDo Denver

Boundaries:  Larimer Street, Speer Boulevard, Wynkoop Street and 20th Street

Population:  2,180

Overview: Lower Downtown–or LoDo, as it is commonly referred to–is located in the area where Denver was founded in 1858 by General William Larimer. Redolent with history, this neighborhood of three and four story red brick buildings was built on the site of Denver’s first Gold Rush settlement. I have been working and playing in LoDo since 1992 when the only bars were The Cruise Room, The Wazee Supper Club and Billabongs. Coors Field was just a Field of Dreams, Now the Colorado Rockies are the 2007 National League Champions. What a transformation and what a Rocktober in Denver. Today, LoDo is a vibrant 25-block urban neighborhood and tourist destination.

Lower Downtown was a bustling commercial area during Denver’s early years. However, much of Denver’s industrial economy shifted away from Lower Downtown after World War II, and almost one-fifth of the buildings in the area were demolished in the 1960s and 1970s. In order to preserve Denver’s historic legacy, Denver City Council created the Lower Downtown Historic District in 1988. The historic district designation introduced zoning ordinances that limited building heights, preserved dozens of buildings from the wrecking ball, and instituted strict guidelines for building rehabilitation and new construction.

Today, LoDo is a  neighborhood with lots of entertainment options. Art galleries, dozens of restaurants, brewpubs, jazz clubs, and specialty retail stores line the ground floors of historic buildings. LoDo Loft residents enjoy proximity to outdoor parks, including the Cherry Creek bike path, the 16th Street Mall, The Pepsi Center, and the recently completed 30-acre Commons Park in the Central Platte Valley. Coors Field, home of the Colorado Rockies, anchors the neighborhood at 20th and Blake Street. Wynkoop Street is home to historic Denver Union Station, the Tattered Cover bookstore, and the Wynkoop Brewing Co., Denver’s first brewpub (and the country’s largest) that opened in 1988.

Most recently I lived in West End Lofts (In the Bridge Loft over the Alley) and walked my Labradoodle around the street’s of LoDo 4 times a day. So you could say that I do Know this Neighborhood every street and every alley.

The Golden Triangle of Denver


Golden Triangle Lofts

The Golden Triangle – Home is Where The Art Is
This is My Neighborhood, I Live Here, Work Here and I Love It!!

An evolving Arts and Residential district adjacent to Denver’s Civic Center Located on the east end of Downtown Bordered by Colfax, Speer and Lincoln, The Golden Triangle is becoming the city’s architectural core it is home to The Gio Ponti Designed Art Museum, The Hamilton Wing Expansion designed by Daniel Liebskind, The Acoma Plaza of the Arts, The Colorado History Museum, the Public Library designed by Michael Graves, and the soon to be built Clyfford Still Museum.

The Golden Triangle has a Walk Score of 97, Located in Downtown Denver only 4 Blocks to the Central Business District also Walk to Art Museum, The State Capital & City & County Building. An 8 Minute Bus Ride to Cherry Creek, Leave Your Car at Home and Reduce your Carbon Footprint. Tony’s Market is in the Golden Triangle along with the Updated King Soopers

Groundbreaking Celebration for The Clifford Still Museum In The Golden Triangle, December 14th, 2009

At The Time of His Death in 1980, it was revealed that Still had retained 2,400 of his Artworks. 94% of everything he ever created. The Terms of his Estate specified that this body of work be left “To An American City that will agree to build or assign and maintain permant headquarters exclusively for the Collection.”

In 2004, the City of Denver won the Competition to be That American City.

The Groundbreaking Event was Attended by About 300 People,and it culminated with a backhoe ripping off a corner of one of the two buildings, along with fireworks.




The Clyfford Still Museum is Scheduled to Open my Mid 2011


In Denver’s Art & Museum District | The Golden Triangle

Social Media Marketing

Jane Wallace Presents: Social Media Marketing for Small Business & Realtors

My Portfolio Is To The Right, Click On The Links Under
Social Media Web Sites

Do You Need Social Media and Internet Marketing Help?
Do You Want to Create or Maintain an Online Presence?

NAR surveys tell us that 87+ % of real estate clients begin their decision-making process online. That’s old news to most of us by now.  But I’ve been thinking about how this trend could change things for us and for our clients.

  • Do you think that being at the center of a conversation about your neighborhood is important?
  • Do you think it is important to specialize in a niche in the real estate market?
  • Do you think that 87% will zoom up to 90% or beyond in 2011?
  • We might be a good match to work together. I can work with your existing marketing strategy or create a new one for your business & practice.

My Top Favorite Tools Are:

Twitter  | Facebook | Linked-In | Active Rain Real Estate Blog | WordPress | Postlets | Twe

I Can Assist You In:

Setting the Social Media accounts you would like to utilize; Get you going by running them for you at the beginning Maintaining them for as long as you want or need. Teaching you or your Assistant how to maintain your Social Media programs

Cost  for Social Media Sites is $35 hour to Set Up The Sites, with 2 Hours Minimum per Month to Maintain The Sites

Blog Design and Marketing

Seems everybody’s got a Blog these days, what does a Blog mean to businesses? How can it actually bring in more business? How can it be used to promote you brand?

What is a Blog?
A Blog is simply a web log with various functions. This has made Blogs a favorite tool to post news and events for companies, publications, associations, the Media, etc. But a Blog also serves as a free PR mechanism to announce virtually anything not only to your customers, but to the world, including leading media sources. Blogs are monitored, tracked and even promoted by large search engines such as Google, and other specific Blog engines. They can be searched by subject matter, industry, topic … just about any viable criteria.

The Blog “Network”
Blogs also act as an excellent networking tool, letting prospects, vendors, customers, media, etc. read, link to, and even make comments on your Blog. These comments can be monitored, or even disallowed at your preference. Blogs also feature linking areas for relevant topics, as well as to products and services your business may offer. Also, the more relevant links to your Blog, and also your site, the more you improve your websites’ “value” to most search engines. It is the linking and interlinking of Blogs that serve as a critically important tool for web and search engine marketing. I offer a Blog with a Custom Header to Match Your Brand

Cost For a Custom WordPress Site/Website Setup with Custom Header is $499

Need Changes Made? Want a New Header, Do You Have a New Avatar (Photo), New Phone Number, New Brokerage, New Logo?  I’m Happy To Help!

I Charge $35/hr. (1 hr min.) for Changes/Edits