Wyandot Overlook Condos
Wyandot Overlook is located in the highly desirable Lower Highlands of Denver, also known as LoHi. This modern building was developed by Sprocket Designs and created with convenience in mind. This three story, 15 unit development built in 2007 offers two-story lofted units with two bedrooms plus a study. Read More...
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Their spacious kitchens and living rooms allow for comfortable entertaining without ever having to leave the sight of your guests. Perched on a hill on 29th and Wyandot the views of Elitch Gardens, the Front Range and Pikes Peak offers serenity in the heart of the city. Either way you head out the door you are central to fantastic eateries, boutique shopping and warm neighbors.
- Courtyard and seating for residents
- Secured entry
- Deeded garage parking and storage
Convenience in the community
The heart of LoHi beats with its community members. Active, hip, business people looking for city living outside of downtown call LoHi home. Surrounded by a rich history and continuous new development this neighborhood offers sights, smells and experiences not to be forgotten. From Wyandot Overlook you can see the bus on the rooftop patio at Linger, yes, an actual bus, or watch the fireworks of Elitch Gardens nightly in the summer months; you can smell the pizza of Tony P's or the steaks at LoHi Steakbar and experience the farmer's market each Saturday or any of the activities HUNI (Highlands United Neighbors Inc.) offers monthly. Bicycle riders surround you in this neighborhood to make parking easier and exercise a daily activity without going to the gym. Confluence Park, Riverfront Park and downtown are just over the hill and a Vitamin Cottage and REI are just down the street and close to the the aquarium. In the summer, Coors Field is a scooter or bike ride away and downtown Highlands is just 1.16 miles where you can enjoy the annual Highlands Street Fair on Lowell Blvd.
Getting out and about
This neighborhood has a walking score of 83 with most things accomplishable by foot. I-25 is literally minutes away and will connect you to I-70 in no time. Need access to the light rail? Union Station is accessibly by bus, bike or car or a 1.5 mile walk. You can ride a scooter in minutes or jump on the bus to get into downtown to enjoy all the activities Denver has to offer. Don't forget, with all the activity around, taxis are easily accessible.