Living in Denver

Denver is a city composed of multiple diverse neighborhoods ranging from high-rise urban living to community-orientated suburban options. Denver’s housing costs have been on the rise, but all residents find options to comfortably and safely rent or buy.

Downtown Denver offers high-rise apartment living while the nearby LoDo, RiNo, and Ballpark neighborhoods offer renovated warehouses with contemporary lofts. Uptown and Highlands are directly east and west of downtown, with mixes of older homes and new development. This area is near Denver Health and offers vibrant entertainment, nightlife, recreation, dining, and shopping. The Downtown area is a favorite of single residents.

Stapleton and Lowry are newer housing developments located near University Hospital. They offer a suburban tone, family-friendly living, outdoor recreation, and multiple amenities. Capitol Hill, Park Hill, Hale, and Cheesman Park are established neighborhoods near Denver Health and the VA Medical Center. They offer a wide variety of housing options including apartments, townhomes, and single-family homes. These neighborhoods host numerous corner stores, retail shops, and charming local restaurants.

Denver is a fantastic, metropolitan place to live with over three hundred days of sunshine a year, eight professional sporting teams, a plethora of microbreweries, easy access to an international airport, diverse cultural events, and amazing outdoor recreation. A major perk of living in Denver is the proximity to the Rocky Mountains. Each year our residents rent a ski condo in the mountains.