LoHi on the most western edge of the Highlands is filled to capacity with new restaurants, coffee houses, and bars. The number of dining establishments has doubled in the past few years. Once a sleepy bluff overlooking Denver, LoHi is home to some of the city's hottest new dining destinations are located in Highlands attracting walking customers from the neighborhood and driving customers from all across the city. Notable architecture and history are on the menu here, to wit the Little Man ice cream shop
built to look like a huge old-school milk can right across the way from the historic Olinger Mortuary turned Linger Restaurant. And just when you thought no more could be shoehorned into this slice of the city, more multi-family housing seems to crop up on the very edge of I-25.
Commercial landlords and restaurateurs rely on Allstar Electrical Services for new construction and emergency repairs to keep the momentum going in LoHi.