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Introducing Denver, Colorado
Denver features 613 local submarkets. Apartment residents who live in this town have many reasons to call this town home. Apartment shoppers pick this city for many different desires, which most often include price, and location, schools, parks, and the total lifestyle they can experience in this area. This local guide will explore of this and more! ApartmentHomeLiving features 5,571 apartment communities built and ready for move-in in and around this municipal area.
ApartmentHomeLiving brings you comprehensive Lifestyle Ratings of rentals in cities across the United States, including Denver. Our Lifestyle Ratings help you zero-in on the perfect place to call home. This takes in many factors including searching for the best amenities, and the best outdoor access, kid and pet-friendly communities, availability of transit options, and how walkable or bikeable each community and area is. These search options are in the site filters at the top of this page.
Getting Around Denver
While town is better for walking and exercising on foot than many other cities and towns, Denver is considered 'semi-car-dependent'. You will see that this town has come together so that given the design of this this area and lack of walkable sidewalks and footpaths, you will need your own car or truck to get along well here
Are you a cyclist? If so, you will be exited to see Denver. This is a high Bike Score area, This rating takes into account many local factors including having designated bike lanes, bikeable hills, having a plethora of bikeable destinations, and individual feedback from thousands of avid bike riders.
Schools in Denver, CO
For parents with school-age kids, choosing a location with top-rated education opportunities is important. Making smart home and apartment choices can help place school-age children in favorable schools. Our researchers help you determine the most natural option for your students by providing school info with each rental home or apartment listing on our site. School zoning is determined by local school boards through what are called 'attendance zones'.
For grades 9-12 the highest-rated high school in this city is High Tech Early College. Check out William (Bill) Roberts K-8 School, the highest-rated middle school in this town, with a GreatSchools Rating of 10/10. The highest-rated elementary school in this municipal area is Westerly Creek Elementary with a GreatSchools Rating of 9/10. Many students from nearby Community College of Aurora at Lowry call this area home.
Denver Points of Interest
Denver Zoo is nearby Denver. ZIP code 80204 can be found in this town.
Pet Friendly Apartments
Pet Friendly apartment complexes are available in this market.
Denver Rental Pricing
The average apartment rent in Denver costs renters $2,651. The average home rent in this town is $3,817. An apartment home for rent in this city will cost you from $569 to $10,000. Studio apartments average $1,854 and range from $640 to $4,200. A 1 bedroom apartment on average costs $2,139 and ranges from $569 to $8,000. A 2 bedroom apartments averages $2,745 and ranges from $688 to $10,000. Three bedroom apartments average $3,528 and range from $797 to $10,000. Four bedroom apartments average $2,457 and range from $1,021 to $8,300.
Low Income / Section 8 in Denver
In addition to affordable housing, 'naturally-occuring affordable housing' (NOAH) apartments are on the market. Naturally occuring affordable housing is apartment units without income restrictions provided by the market at low cost.
Frequently Asked Questions about Denver
How much are Studio apartments in Denver?
The pricing for 599 Studio Apartments in Denver currently ranges from $640 to $10,000 with an average price of $1,856.
What is the current price range for One Bedroom Denver Apartments for rent?
Today's rental pricing for One Bedroom Apartments in Denver ranges from $569 to $10,000 with an average monthly rent of $2,134.
What does renting a Two Bedroom Apartment in Denver cost?
The monthly rent prices of Two Bedroom Apartments currently available in Denver range from $688 to $10,000. Today's average rental price for Two Bedrooms here is $2,735.
How expensive are Denver Three Bedroom Apartments?
There are currently 678 Three Bedroom Apartments listings available in Denver on ApartmentHomeLiving.com. The pricing ranges from $797 to $10,000 - averaging $3,541 for the location.