In the Heights, a high concentration of historical 1930s houses lend to the district’s charming vibe. Young families stroll down bungalow-lined boulevards to pick up a snow cone at local landmark MAM’s House of Ice before heading to the West 19th Street thoroughfare to window-shop for arts and antiques. The Heights is said to be the home to the largest population of professional artists in the state, including sculptor Dan Havel, one half of Havel Ruck Projects, famous for the scrap-wood vortex, Inversion, on Montrose Boulevard.