What $1,500 a month gets you in 3 different Denver neighborhoods
The average monthly rent for an apartment Denver is around $1,600. We wanted to see what you could find just below that price point.
Here are three apartments in three different Denver neighborhoods that have options for about $1,500 a month.
Camden RiNo | Studio | $1,449+
Best studio apartment for $1,500 a month
Highlights: Modern kitchens with herringbone tile backsplash, keyless entry, yoga/spin studio, pool, community courtyard with downtown views.
Move here if: You walk to be in a walkable, trendy neighborhood.
Deals: Right now, they’re offering one month of free rent. If you decide to prorate your monthly rent instead of take the one-time deal upfront, your payment would be under $1,329+ for a studio.
Size: 514-518 square feet
Location: 3235 Larimer St. (RiNo)
Deco Apartments | 1-bed | $1,589+
Best one-bedroom apartment for $1,500 a month
Highlights: In-unit upgrades like built-ins and double vanity sinks, eco-friendly features, rooftop lounge, ski simulator, local beer on tap, private balconies for all units.
Move here if: You value eco-friendly and outdoor living.
Deals: Right now, they’re offering eight weeks of free rent. If you decide to prorate your monthly rent instead of take the one-time deal up front, your payment would be under $1,324+ for a studio.
Size: 689-779 square feet
Location: 2180 S. Colorado Blvd. (University Hills)
The Haven by Watermark | 2-bed | $1,514+
Best two-bedroom apartment for $1,500 a month
Highlights: Mountain views, 9-foot eat-in kitchen islands, karaoke room, dog spa, human spa, pool, Peloton bikes.
Move here if: You have a roommate or want a little more space for your buck.
Deals: Right now, they’re offering six weeks of free rent. If you decide to prorate your monthly rent instead of take the one-time deal up front, your payment would be under $1,514+ for a two-bed (normally $1,730).
Size: 1,043-1,260 square feet
Location: 18400 E. Elmendorf Drive (Green Valley Ranch)
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