Of all of Denver's neighborhoods, Lowry is the oldest and is a Historic District. But unlike many historical sites, Lowry has managed to keep a modern touch while retaining its historic charm. Lowry is the perfect blend of old and new, bringing the best of both worlds.
We have put a list of resources for the Lowry area here for your convenience.
Lowry Historic Neighborhood Association
Because Lowry is a historic district, the Lowry Historic Neighborhood Association works to keep Lowry from losing it’s historic value. With its mission of “building community through cooperation” the LHNA works to keep Lowry vital to the identity of Denver and to make it a vibrant urban neighborhood. They can be found at lowryneighborhood.org.
Your kids are the most important thing in the world to you. One of the primary concerns of people moving into town is the schools. A home in a great school district is just one more factor in how desirable and thus valuable your home is. For those looking to find more information on schools, we would suggest GreatSchools.org or Education.com as good places to start your information search.
Students living in Lowry have access to the Denver public school system. Lowry’s schools are well funded with plenty of teachers to give the student individual attention. Both West High School and South High School cover parts of Lowry, while several elementary schools dot the area.
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