If you're a lover of the outdoors who also likes the advantages of having access to all the conveniences of living in a great and friendly city, Denver is a place you may just fall in love with. Often referred to as The Mile High City, Denver blends a small-town feeling with the energy of a big city. We can offer you short term rentals in Denver in just about all the best sections of the city, so you can relax and feel at home and enjoy what Denver has to offer.
This bustling neighborhood has a large number of upscale boutiques, restaurants, galleries, and bars, over 320 independently owned stores in all. Also known for its many large and ornate stone mansions, this area is home to many of the city's wealthiest families. The Cherry Creek Arts Festival is a popular annual event (takes place in July), and there's a great weekend farmer's market held here throughout the summer months. There's also the Cherry Creek Bike Trail which has a connection behind the mall that will take you right into downtown Denver. So if you like shopping and want an easy way to get downtown without driving, you might want to consider moving into one of our short term rentals in Denver around the Cherry Creek area.
DTC (Denver Tech Center):
Originally conceived as Denver's answer to California's Silicon Valley, along with its many well known companies located here, the area is known as more laid-back, outdoorsy kind of place when compared to some of the inner city areas. Located near Cherry Creek State Park, DTC has grown into an area with many trendy places to shop, eat, drink, and party. It is conveniently located just off of Interstate 25, so if you want a short term rental in Denver with an easy escape route, DTC is the place to be. DTC is also the home of Fiddler's Green Amphitheater, which hosts outdoor concerts in the summer and attracts big-name performing artists.
Lower Downtown (LoDo):
Once home to Denver's red light district, Lower Downtown (known as LoDo to locals) has revived significantly in the last ten years, especially since it recently has become the home of the Colorado Rockies' new Coors Field. The 20-block area's buildings are nineteenth-century red brick, giving LoDo a Victorian charm with modern energy provided by nightclubs, shops, and restaurants. Historic Larimer Square, which is located in the south end of LoDo, is one of the oldest sections of town and has become central to the entertainment and dining establishments in LoDo.
This is a grand old Victorian neighborhood full of classic houses and buildings which is located adjacent to the beautiful park it's named after. Washington Park is known as one of Denver's more upscale and trendy neighborhoods, this area has lots of good dining establishments, and features many hip record shops, coffee shops, and other hip establishments. Two of the main commercial streets here are South Pearl and South Gaylord, which are packed full of retail shops and eateries.
You'll find many affluent exercise-lovers living in and around Washington Park, with sports of all kinds being played in the park. It is here that you will understand why Denver residents have been called the thinnest in America. Jump into a pickup soccer game or take a spin around the bike path before exploring the rest of the neighborhood. The park is also home to Denver's largest flower garden. With its central location, trendy and upscale atmosphere, and so much to do and see, it is no wonder that this area is a favorite of so many young professionals, and one of the most popular locations for our furnished apartments in Denver.
You should have no problem finding a beautiful furnished apartment in Denver in this well-off neighborhood speckled with Victorian mansions and modern condos. It's a great mix of the past and present with its Victorian mansions mixed in amongst its many contemporary apartment complexes and condos. Capitol Hill is a diverse area in which people are out and about all day and all night. Artsy hipster types inhabit much of this area and are regularly seen frequenting the many coffeehouses, art houses, galleries, clubs, and bars.
Located in the northwest corner of the city, Highlands is one of the fastest-growing neighborhoods in Denver. Visitors to Highlands will find many Mexican and Italian restaurants snuggled among live music venues and high-end boutiques. The neighborhood galleries host First Fridays at the beginning of every month, when they all open to allow the artists to show and sell their work. Highlands is one of several lovely neighborhoods in which Furnished Apartments Denver can find you a nice place to stay.
Downtown Denver is the heart of the city. It's here you will find government, business, entertainment, and sport, along with lots of people. You can take a tour of the Colorado State Capitol Building, or spend an afternoon at the Denver Art Museum where you'll find our country's most complete collection of Native American art. Or you can shop to your heart's content at the Tabor Center and Denver Pavilions, then take in a Broadway show at the nearby Denver Center for the Performing Arts. After your sightseeing, there will be plenty of great restaurants, bars, and pubs to enjoy which are scattered throughout the Downtown Denver area.
This is Denver's oldest residential neighborhood, and is known for its nice mix of classic Victorian and Queen Anne style homes, and for its vibrant cultural community. Fine diners and adventurous eaters flock to Uptown to get in a meal on Denver's Restaurant Row or at one of the many ethnic restaurants on Colfax Avenue. Continue toward the residential area and you can ogle the Victorian architecture and the Romanesque Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception. For more entertainment, attend an event at Denver's Ogden Theatre or Fillmore Auditorium. Uptown is also home to the city's largest public park and green space, Denver's City Park, which is home to the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, as well as the Denver Zoo. The park is known for its miles of jogging and biking paths and its beautiful lake, and visitors are also treated to one of the city's best views of the Rocky Mountains just to the west.
Lakewood is just 10 minutes west of downtown Denver and the neighborhood is known for its off-beat cultural scene. You will find some great shopping and dining in this 22-block area centered around a one-acre plaza.
You will find petite Littleton about 12 miles south of downtown Denver. For those who like a quiet, historical, out-of-the-way neighborhood, Littleton is the place. Galleries and gift shops line Main Street and there is a historical museum focusing on the area's agricultural history.
Washington Park's southern neighbor is University Park. This area is best known as the home of the University of Denver. It's also an area known as a center of cultural activity, where you will find some of south Denver's finest architecture, including the Ritchie Center. It's also here where you'll find everything from the folk gatherings at Swallow Hill to the rock concerts at Magness Arena, to all the varied local eateries. There's something for almost everybody in this
neighborhood, and it's a great place to consider for short term rentals Denver.
**Note: For all these areas mentioned above, Furnished Apartments Denver will be happy to assist you in finding short term housing in Denver in any of the following rental categories: Corporate housing in Denver, temporary housing in Denver, month-to-month rentals in Denver, serviced apartments in Denver, short term apartments in Denver, apartment hotels in Denver, monthly rentals in Denver, extended stay apartments in Denver, corporate apartments in Denver, short term lease in Denver, or corporate rentals in Denver