The Denver rental scene is heating up. The commercial building sector has been very busy in recent years and the result is plenty of neighborhoods and apartment complexes from which to choose. But how do you even begin finding apartments for rent in the Mile High City? Here are just a few popular neighborhoods where you might consider starting your search.
Capitol Hill and Uptown
Capitol Hill, Cap Hill for short, has been a popular neighborhood for Denverites and visitors to the Mile High City forever. The Uptown neighborhood boarders Cap Hill. Both are packed with places to live and things to do making them both dream communities for renters. For anyone planning to work in Downtown Denver, or wanting a cool historic vibe for their neighborhood, Cap Hill and Uptown should make it to the top of your list when you venture out to start looking for apartments for rent.
The Denver neighborhood of Cherry Creek is another popular one for renters looking for upscale digs in the city. You’ll find many of Denver’s most opulent houses in Cherry Creek, and the city’s shopping district called Cherry Creek North. Public transportation is plentiful in the area, and luxury condos, townhomes, and duplexes are there for the taking.
CBD and LoDo
Denver’s Central Business District and Lower Downtown are two other popular neighborhoods for busy professionals on the hunt for great apartments. You’ll find nightlife galore in LoDo, and close proximity to many of the city’s large employers in the CBD. LoDo is the city’s oldest neighborhood development and does have a historic feel all while providing plenty of options for great food and entertainment.
Washington Park is another of the city’s iconic neighborhoods. It’s been named the best place to live in the city in countless surveys and offers residents a nice mix of history and amenities. The neighborhood centers on a large green space called Washington Park home akin to Central Park in Manhattan. Its location is close enough to the nightlife of downtown and businesses located there, and open enough to allow for an abundance of parking, fair and festival venues, and so much more.