Please see below for a simple, handy neighborhood guide put together by locals! This guide also includes links to learn more about apartment options in each area.
Denver is surrounded on all sides by sprawling suburbs, all of which have their own feel. Some of the fastest-growing areas include the Denver Tech Center (DTC), Aurora, Lone Tree, Arvada, Golden, and Broomfield. Check out: New Terrain Brewing, Breckenridge Brewery, South Platte Trail, Olde Town Arvada, Cherry Creek Reservoir, Red Rocks Amphitheater, North Table [...]
Baker/South Broadway is a bustling area just South of the City. Baker is known for it's eclectic and historic mix of antique shops, bookstores, taverns, ethnic restaurants, vintage clothing stores, and several music venues. Check out: Punch Bowl Social, Beatrice & Woodsley, Historians Ale House, Mayan Theater, Laws Whiskey House View Housing Options!
Cherry Creek is an upscale neighborhood located just outside of downtown Denver. Cherry Creek North and the surrounding zip codes are among the wealthiest in the US. The area is known for it's fine dining, shopping, art galleries, and luxury hotels. Check out: Cherry Cricket, Elways, Cherry Creek Shopping Center, North Italia, Cherry Creek Bike [...]
Washington Park "Wash Park" has a family-friendly neighborhood feel, and surrounds one of Denver's largest and most beautiful parks. It's also home to several craft breweries, shopping, and restaurants. Wash Park is South of the city, but fairly easy to access through public transportation. Check out: Wash Park, South Pearl Street, Old South Gaylord, Sushi [...]
One of Denver's oldest neighborhoods, the Golden Triangle is ideally located just outside of the Central Business District. Self-described as the "creative, cultural, and civic axis of Colorado" this area is home to Denver's best museums and art galleries. Check out: ART Hotel, Denver Art Museum, Clyfford Still Museum, Charcoal, Rooster & Moon, Torchy's, Galvanize [...]
Capitol Hill is an extremely interesting mix of culture, history, and people. This is due in part to it's proximity to Colfax, which was once coined "the longest, wickedest street in America" by Jack Kerouac. It is Denver's most densely populated area, and also home to some of it's best dive bars and music venues. [...]
Downtown Denver is made up of LoDo, Union Station, and the Central Business District. It offers an incredible amount of variety within a few square miles, which are easily walkable. Attractions include an amusement park, hiking/biking/kayaking, multiple venues for sports and music, shopping, and the city's best restaurants. Check out: Union Station, 16th Street Mall, [...]
Uptown is perfectly located just East of downtown, just North of Capitol Hill, and just South of RiNo/Five Points. It's restaurant row on 17th street is home to one of Denver's best collections of patio establishments - including a huge number of pubs, restaurants, and bistros. The area is similar to Capitol Hill, with a [...]
The Highlands is located just West of the city, and is made up of five areas: LoHi, Sunnyside, Berkeley, West Highlands, and Sloan's Lake. The Highlands offers a nice variety of parks, rooftop bars, restaurants, and boutiques. It has an urban feel combined with that of a family-friendly Victorian-era neighborhood. Check out: Sloan's Lake, El [...]