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Photos: Ten best neighborhoods in Denver according to MapQuest

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Number 8: Highland Wkipedia: "Highlands refers to two separate city-center neighborhoods in Denver, Colorado. Highland, and West Highland are both in the area that is referred to as North Denver. The Highland neighborhood, bounded by West 38th Ave on the north, Union Pacific Railroad lines on the east, South Platte River on the southeast, Speer Boulevard and W 29th Ave to the South, and Federal Boulevard on the West, is located immediately northwest of downtown. Note that the Highland neighborhood association has a slightly different definition with the Easternmost boundary stopping at I-25. And the West Highland neighborhood to the immediate west of Highland, with the borders of 38th and 29th Avenues on the north and south and Federal and Sheridan Boulevards on the east and west...."

Number 8 in 2011: Uptown

Number 7: Uptown Uptown Denver Facebook: "Uptown is a stylish spot seemingly designed for young start-ups who value eco-eats as much as urban city streets. The result? Some of Denver's sassiest indy spots. Get out your skinny jeans, then get the skinny on Uptown's up-to-date deals."

Number 7 in 2011: Highland

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