CONFLUENCE Denver // December 10, 2014
Andrew Novick was renting a place at 34th Avenue and Quivas Street in Denver’s LoHi neighborhood when he decided it was time to buy a house.
He wanted to stay in LoHi but found it was cost-prohibitive, so he went north 10 blocks — just across West 38th Avenue — and bought a house at 44th and Quivas in Sunnyside.
That was in 2001, well before LoHi became one of the trendiest neighborhoods in Denver. Now, as more and more people are priced out of LoHi, development has jumped across 38th into Sunnyside — the next Denver neighborhood destined for growth…
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