Lowry Then

Lowry Now

Denver’s Lowry Field has a rich history. Initially built as an army post and runway, Lowry Field was designated an Air Force Base in 1948. Throughout the rest of the 20th century, Lowry acted as ICBM headquarters, Air Intelligence Training Center, and USAF School of Applied Aerospace Sciences. 

Since decommission, Lowry has evolved and grown into one of Denver’s premier neighborhoods. Bustling with local businesses, museums, and residential developments, Lowry is a connected, established community that promotes the leisurely Colorado lifestyle.  

Situated east of Denver, Lowry’s central location grants residents fast access to Cherry Creek, downtown, and Stapleton. Because of its walk and bike-ability, Lowry is a desirable place for people of all stages of life. 

Points of Interest


Lucky’s Market 
Spavia Day Spa
Marcella’s Home & Gift 
Chewy’s Bonetique


Chop Shop Urban Eatery 
Lowry Beer Garden 
Woodgrain Bagel & Deli 
Officers Club 

Community Spaces

Wings Over the Rockies 
Crestmoor Park
John Hand Theater
The Soiled Dove Underground 

Boulevard One 

Boulevard One is Lowry’s newest real estate development and home of The Met. Opening in early 2020, Boulevard One is designed for local access. That means shopping, dining, and entertainment are a quick walk or cycle away. Hanging up your car keys is part of the joy of living in a well-connected community. 

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