I know of 2 places in the Denver area where 5 streets come together. One is Five Points northeast of downtown Denver, and one is in Lower Highlands. After 15th Street crosses I-25, it goes up the hill to greet Boulder, Umatilla, and 29th Avenue. I crossed 15th Street and kept walking down Umatilla (I think) and up 28th and across Vallejo until I reached the Smithson Clinic, which practices alternative medicine,where I photographed the tulip plaque featured yesterday. I like the gargoyles. When I had circled around to 29th Avenue, I walked by Confluence Heights, one of the newish developments in Highlands.It was across the street from this stunning building, 2900 Wyandot.Just up 29th Street I found Joie de Vivre Pilates studio, which looked invitingand featured this pineapple carving.So far, I’ve found tons of restaurants in Lower Highlands (more than I can afford to review anytime soon) and a fair number of service providers, such as exercise studios and clinics. But there isn’t a lot of retail in the area bounded by I-25 on the east, 26th Avenue on the south, Federal on the west, and 29th Avenue on the north, and what is open is fairly specialized.