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The Highlands Neighborhood
I grew up in a charming handcrafted home on 35th in the West Highlands.
Built in 1922 by the owner of a local lumber yard. It seemed like every house in the neighborhood was built with it's own character and charm. Reflecting a love of community that has been revived and is now churning strong. Making the Highlands and West Highlands the premier home buying and investing area.
Here's a snapshot of my childhood home as it sits today.
The Highlands has endured many economic changes and seen the coming and going of new and old technology.
Here's a snapshot of passengers enjoying Denver's electric bus and trolley system. This is the corner of 16th and Boulder St in the Highlands Neighborhood in 1942.
The Olinger Mortuary is nearby.
A lot's changed since 1942~
Enjoy a short history on the Highlands Neighborhood in the City of Denver.
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Highlands and West Highlands
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J Steven is a proud native Coloradoan born and raised here in Denver. His love for this city is reflected with his Denver history page on Facebook “Old Images of Denver”. Steve serving in the Colo....
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