to hip condos, and everything in between.
Metro Denver expects an additional 12,000
apartments to come on the market in 2018
after nearly 11,000 units were added in 2017
with an occupancy rate of 94. 3 percent.
Whatever you’re looking for, you’re sure to
find it here, and the options will only get
better in the near future.
Downtown Denver: Locating a home
downtown provides residents with the
chance to live in the center of it all. Downtown Denver includes neighborhoods like
LoDo, the Golden Triangle and Uptown.
Young professionals and recent retirees
looking to downsize love the housing
options in this part of town, which primarily
include high-end condos and lofts. Residents
pay a premium for the location, but it can
be worth the extra cost. Right outside your
front door is nightlife, amazing restaurants,
culture and proximity to the office. Walking,
biking and taking the bus, are easy options
when you live downtown, so you might save
money by driving less!
Lower Highlands: “LoHi,” one of the
hippest and fastest growing parts of Denver,
is filled with young professionals, urban
singles, and families just starting out.
Located close to downtown, a pedestrian
bridge connects the neighborhood to lower
downtown. But the area is also removed
enough to feel like a real neighborhood, with
tree-lined streets and historic single-family
homes. An ever-growing mix of modern
condos and some of Denver’s most exciting
new restaurants, breweries, art galleries, and
independent shops make LoHi one of the
most exciting places to live in Denver.
Englewood: Englewood is a well-kept
secret among native Denverites, who love
it for its charming historic downtown that
is rapidly being revitalized. The Arapahoe
County town boasts 250 acres of parkland,
the highest density of jobs and businesses
per square mile in Colorado and excellent
schools. You’ll find historic single-family
homes from the post-war era here. Although
the majority of homes are owner-occupied,
you’ll find some rentals.
Belmar: Located 10 minutes from downtown Denver and a short drive to Summit
County ski slopes, Belmar is an innovative new residential and commercial
development in Lakewood. It offers a variety
of housing options, including one-bedroom
loft-style flats, live/work units, three-story
Denver newcomers will discover a
wealth of rent and lease selections,
with amenities and special features to
meet the needs of every lifestyle.