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Denver, CO Apartments for Rent

358 Potomac Way
$945+
1 to 2 bedrooms
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1451 24th Street
$1,250+
Studio to 3 bedrooms
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4500 S Monaco Street
$1,140+
1 to 3 bedrooms
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10050 E Harvard Avenue
$680+
Studio to 2 bedrooms
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9999 E Yale Avenue
$811+
Studio to 2 bedrooms
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16199 Green Valley Ranch Boulevard
$955+
1 to 2 bedrooms
19 photos
1701 E Hampden Avenue
$1,140+
1 to 2 bedrooms
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4363 S Quebec Street
$925+
1 to 2 bedrooms
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11255 E Alameda Avenue
$750+
1 to 2 bedrooms
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15899 E 13 Place
$640+
Studio to 1 bedroom
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$1,786+
1 bedroom / 2.0 baths
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1600 Glenarm Place
$1,695+
Studio to 2 bedrooms
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$1,055+
1 to 2 bedrooms
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$1,000+
Studio to 2 bedrooms
31 photos
$1,010+
1 to 3 bedrooms
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TwentyOne 01 on Market
$1,490+
1 to 2 bedrooms
67 photos
Broadstone Gardens at Cherry Creek
$1,500+
1 to 3 bedrooms
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$1,110+
2 to 3 bedrooms
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1000 Grant The Burnsley
$1,545+
1 bedroom / 1.0 baths
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825 Dahlia Street
$965+
Studio to 2 bedrooms
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Area Information

Denver, Colorado was founded in 1858 and is the most populated city within 600 miles. The city is located east of the Front Range and the Rocky Mountains. Denver, CO is great for those who like the outdoors. Denver has over 200 parks, a vast network of bike trails and Mountain Parks such as Red Rocks Park, home to the Red Rocks Amphitheater. The average temperature in Denver is 50 degrees with approximately 300 days of sunshine a year.

Living in Denver, CO


Denver is a young city with an average age of 33. The median rent for the city is $585 with 43% of the population renting. The city has 79 neighborhoods with areas such as Lodo and Capitol Hill as popular areas to rent. Many of these neighborhoods, with their proximity to the downtown restaurants, bars and entertainment, are great areas for renters to begin their housing search.

Attractions
Denver provides numerous indoor and outdoor attractions for everyone to enjoy. Popular locations for shopping include the 16th Street Mall and Cherry Creek Shopping Center. If your are interested in outdoor activities, fun places to visit are the Denver Zoo, Elitch Gardens Amusement Park, and Water World.

Sports Teams in Denver, CO

Baseball (MLB)-- Colorado Rockies/Coors Field

Basketball (NBA)-- Denver Nuggets/Pepsi Center

Football (NFL)-- Denver Broncos/Invesco Field at Mile High

Hockey (NHL)-- Colorado Avalanche/Pepsi Center

Soccer (MLS)-- Colorado Rapids/ Dick's Sporting Goods Park

Lacrosse (NLL)-- Colorado Mammoth/Pepsi Center

Arena Football (AFL)-- Colorado Crush/Pepsi Center

Interesting Fact about Denver
Dick's Sporting Goods Park
is the largest professional stadium & field complex in the world!


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