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LoDo (Lower Downtown Denver)

Updated 2022-08-29
  • LoDo, Looking Toward Coors Field

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    Once a collection of run-down industrial buildings along the South Platte River, Denver's historic Lower Downtown (LoDo) District was renovated and revamped in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Today it is known for its nightlife, high-rent apartments, and sports scene.
    LoDo, Looking Toward Coors Field
  • Tattered Cover Bookstore, LoDo

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    Formerly the Chester S. Morey Mercantile Building, the Tattered Cover Bookstore has been a staple of Lower Downtown Denver since 1994.
    Tattered Cover Bookstore, LoDo
  • Union Station, LoDo

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    Downtown Denver's Union Station, seen at the west end of Seventeenth Street in this photo, once anchored a huge industrial rail network. In 2014 it reopened after a multi-year renovation project as a passenger transit hub. It now houses the Crawford Hotel (named for historic preservationist Dana Crawford), a nostalgic common sitting area, shops, and links to Denver's light rail system, Amtrak, and buses.
    Union Station, LoDo
  • Coors Field, LoDo

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    In 1995 Coors Field was built in downtown Denver to house Major League Baseball's newest expansion team, the Colorado Rockies. Since then, it has become one of the most beloved venues in baseball, with panoramic views of the Rocky Mountains and high-scoring games thanks to the thin Mile-High air.
    Coors Field, LoDo
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