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$650
SpareRoom

Affordable And Neat

Denver, CO 80264
   
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1 Room
$650
SpareRoom
$1,197
Kopa

Private bedroom/bathroom in downtown Denver

601 W 11th Ave, Denver
     
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2 Room
$1,197
Kopa
$2,195
Kopa

Renovated House in 5 Points close to Downtown/Rino

2360 Glenarm Pl, Denver
   
Available from: 1 Aug 2020
2 Room
$2,195
Kopa
$1,646
Kopa

Private Apartment in Cheesman Park Historic Home

1169 N Lafayette St, Denver
   
Available from: 1 Sep 2020
1 Room
$1,646
Kopa
$1,496
Kopa

Amazing private living, dining, bed, bath, etc

1040 Fillmore St, Denver
   
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4 Room
$1,496
Kopa
$1,755
Kopa

2-bed 2-bath, mountain view downtown

1301 Speer Blvd, Denver
     
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2 Room
$1,755
Kopa
$1,980
Landing

The Boulevard 2568

150 W 9th Ave., Denver
   
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1 Room
863m2
$1,980
Landing
$1,546
Kopa

Cozy Home with Garage near Downtown and Light Rail

2645 E 45th Ave, Denver
   
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1 Room
$1,546
Kopa
$1,097
Kopa

Brand New Town Home in Sloans Lake

1624 Irving St, Denver
   
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3 Room
$1,097
Kopa
$1,711
Unilodgers

Denizen - 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom Apartment - Dali

415 South Cherokee Street, Denver, CO 80223, United States
   
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1 Room
$1,711
Unilodgers
$2,145
Kopa

In the middle of all that is Downtown Denver

1020 15th St, Denver
     
Available from: 17 Sep 2020
1 Room
$2,145
Kopa
$1,097
Kopa

Cozy Room Near Trendy Tennyson

4547 W 37th Ave, Denver
   
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3 Room
$1,097
Kopa
$990
Unilodgers

Mint Urban Infinity - Wintermint Studio Apartment

1251 S Bellaire Street, Denver, CO 80246, United States
   
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1 Room
$990
Unilodgers
$2,995
Kopa

Upscale Loft in Best Location Downtown

2100 16th St Mall, Denver
    
Available from: 1 Aug 2020
2 Room
$2,995
Kopa
$2,896
Kopa

Sunny End Unit Townhome in Great Jeff Park Spot

2100 Clay St, Denver
   
Available from: 31 Jul 2020
2 Room
$2,896
Kopa
$2,394
Kopa

Peaceful Urban Escape in Trendy Capitol Hill

337 E 7th Ave, Denver
   
Available from: 15 Jul 2020
2 Room
$2,394
Kopa
$1,786
Kopa

Fabulous 1-Bedroom Condo in Congress Park

1260 York St, Denver
     
Available from: 2 Aug 2020
1 Room
$1,786
Kopa
$1,596
Kopa

Monthly Rental . Location . 1 Bed inverted loft

47 W Alameda Ave, Denver
   
Available from: 2 Aug 2020
1 Room
$1,596
Kopa
$1,729
Homeaway

Cozy Home In Santa Fe Arts District & It's 10 Mins. From LoDo(Pet Friendly Too!)

Denver
      
Available Now
1 Room
$1,729
Homeaway
$1,496
Kopa

City Park West

1833 N Williams St, Denver
   
Available from: 6 Sep 2020
1 Room
$1,496
Kopa

Apartments for Rent in Denver

Nestled inside an area surrounded by the Rocky Mountains to the West and the High Plains to the East, the city of Denver stands tall and glorious with its radiating golden towers. It offers people magnificent nature and sunshine for 300 days of the year,bringing along an abundance of happy times . Additionally, the food versatility illustrates how this city is capable of giving away a little bit of everything. The people, the food, and the nature make Denver one of the best places to live in. It is currently ranked second (#2) regarding quality of life, a successor to all the other states in the US, just below Austin, Texas. All this dreamy setting has one downfall, and that is the pricey housing. Some of the most expensive neighborhoods consist of The Highlands, River North, and Capitol Hill. These areas have the highest rent, around $1,700 and up. Moreover, the suburbs should fall into consideration if you are looking for a family friendly zone. Here we have neighborhoods such as Stapleton, Arvada, Englewood, and Wheat Ridge. Cheap apartments in Denver are located mostly in the south-east and south-west area, namely around Harvey Park and Platt Park, where rent rates flow from $400 to $500 monthly.

Furnished & Serviced Apartments in Denver

Denver is a hub of entrepreneurship and at the same time a millennial haven. Going downtown during rush hour is an unwanted experience for many people of Denver who live within an hourly radius, hence why they choose to go for furnished apartments. Furnished apartments in Denver offer more amenities and choices as compared to a typical regular apartment. Leaving furniture aside, these apartments offer an excellent set of utilities that one cannot usually find easily in a renting space. Here we have included well-equipped kitchen, swimming pool, fitness center, Wi-Fi, and in the majority of cases, daily cleaning. All these elements contribute to the enhancement of the renting price in serviced apartments in Denver, ranging from $1,200 to $2,000 per month. You can find a great quantity and versatility of options within the downtown area, or outside the city.

Rooms for Rent in Denver

By average US standards, living in Denver is rather manageable. However, the intensity of the people rushing to move in the city has raised the bar in the renting realm. The room renting prices are consistently increasing, and along with them the population’s desire to rent. For those who cannot afford the high prices that the downtown apartment rentals offer, there are many other options available, among those rooms for rent. Rooms for rent in Denver offer all necessary utilities for any individual that happens to pass by, or is in a need of a cheap place to stay in. If you want to save money and the average room renting price of $1,200 seems too high to you, you should definitely rent a room in Denver. In the most fathomable scenarios, many students cannot live up to the financial threshold needed for an apartment rental in Denver, and choose a quick getaway in these room rentals. Whether you choose stay by yourself or choose to share the room with someone, price ranges almost lower in half. You can find these room rentals in the south-west and south-east area.

Student Housing in Denver

Rent prices for students in Denver can vary depending on the area they choose to live. If thinking of moving down-town, there are many student residences in Denver that can offer a nice second home which is also close to the campus of the University of Denver. These apartments offer an aesthetically pleasing environment for studying years and if researched appropriately, also a good rental price. However, if students want a more luxurious place to stay during their studying years, they may choose a room in the Highlands and Lower Highlands. Here they will find fancy shops and breathtaking rooftops to spend their nights in. Western Denver, on the other hand, should be considered as a more budget friendly area for students. Many opt for the west, therefore prices tend to change accordingly. The River North Arts District also offers an attractive vibe for those who have an artsy air around them and like to listen to pleasant live music and attend weekly exhibitions.

About Denver

How much does it cost to rent an apartment in Denver?
The average rental price in Denver for apartments are in between $701 and $4,265.
How big is a Denver apartment?
Although sizes may vary depending on your selection of bedrooms,Denver apartment is start from 43m² and could go up to 202m².
How to find apartments for rent in Denver?
Denver's population count might make things slightly difficult for new comers to find a place when they first move in. We suggest that you use Nestpick's smart tool to look for your new home, as well as if you are a student reach out to your school's counsiling to find a rental in Denver.
Is rent cheap in Denver?
The rent in Denver might change in between $701 and $4,265. Compare to other big cities in United States, rent in Denver is relatively reasonable.
Who can rent apartments in Denver
Anyone is looking for accommodation can rent an apartment in Denver as long as they are +18 years old.