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666 Apartments for rent near Cheesman Park, Denver, CO

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Park Cheesman Photo Gallery 1
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1 Bedroom
$2,950
725 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,525
1000 sqft
This is the Gold Coast of Denver apartment living. Park Cheesman fuses luxury high-rise finishes with unique historic charm in fully renovated one- and two-bedroom apartment homes. All fully renovated residences have luxury vinyl plank flooring, quartz countertops, under-mount kitchen sinks, black stainless steel appliances, and roller shades. Located in one of Denver's most sought-after neighborhoods, this pet friendly building offers beautiful interiors with spacious balconies and every common area amenity imaginable*, including a state-of-the-art fitness center, outdoor CrossFit center, outdoor sports court, resident co-working lounge and library, secure package room, outdoor BBQ station, pet wash station, sky lounge, roof deck, and some of the best views in Denver. *Common area renovations scheduled to finish this Spring. Ask your leasing agent about move-in incentives before all common areas are completed.
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Carlisle on the Parc Photo Gallery 1
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1 Bedroom
$1,365
488 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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This recently renovated community is in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. On-site amenities include a pool, courtyard, and grill area. Updated appliances and lots of storage in each unit. Pet-friendly.
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The Stanley Photo Gallery 1
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1 Bedroom
$1,645
520 sqft
Designer touches like faux wood blinds, crown molding, and granite countertops. Bike storage and off-street parking available. Just blocks from Cheesman Park.
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Nuvo Photo Gallery 1
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Verified
4 Units Available
1 Bedroom
$2,050
750 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,095
920 sqft
Beautiful location near Denver Botanic Gardens and Cheesman Park. Recently renovated units have hardwood floors, private balconies and granite counters. Amenities include swimming pool, clubhouse, coffee bar and garage.
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Del Prado Photo Gallery 1
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,745
840 sqft
Art-deco community with underground garage parking, just a few blocks from Oliver's, Cherry Creek North and Whole Foods. Smoke-free units with hardwood floors and crown molding.
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Griffis Cheesman Park Photo Gallery 1
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Studio
$1,805
516 sqft
1 Bedroom
$2,298
755 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, and ceramic tile backsplashes for gourmet kitchens. Well-equipped fitness room with cardio and resistance machines, free weights, and dedicated spaces for spinning and yoga. Charging stations for electric vehicles. Steps from Denver Botanic Gardens.
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One City Block Photo Gallery 1
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Studio
$1,697
495 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,821
576 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,613
991 sqft
Gorgeous, sustainable apartments in Uptown neighborhood of Denver. Full-size sporting court and putting green as well as four rooftop terraces. Floor-to-ceiling windows and oversized kitchens with energy-efficient appliances.
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Radius Uptown Apartments Photo Gallery 1
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Studio
$1,530
573 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,795
625 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,660
1113 sqft
Enjoy high-rise living within stylish homes. Ample on-site amenities, including a resort style pool and cabanas with fire pits. Enjoy a rooftop deck with city and mountain views. Right in the heart of happening Uptown.
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SOVA Apartments Photo Gallery 1
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Studio
$1,805
540 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,888
656 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$3,009
1084 sqft
At Sova on Grant the excitement of the city is at your fingertips, and the Rocky Mountains are in your backyard. You'll enjoy a luxurious lifestyle with upscale finishes for carefree living. In the Denver neighborhood of Uptown, you're surrounded by shopping and exciting nightlife. An accessible area, the culture and fun of the city lies just outside your door.
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Mullen Flats Photo Gallery 1
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1 Bedroom
$2,100
710 sqft
Say hello to your new home! Newly built around the infamous Mullen Mansion, Mullen Flats is a three-story building comprised of 13 studio units with a contemporary feel. Located right in the heart of Capitol Hill and a close walk to Cheesman Park. Primely seated in the perfect neighborhood, Mullen Flats is also only a short walk from multiple coffee shops, a Kings Soopers grocery, as well as plenty of bars and restaurants.
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Adele Photo Gallery 1
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Studio
$1,095
275 sqft
1 Bedroom
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Welcome to the Adele, located at 1915 Sherman Street in the Uptown neighborhood of Denver. This renovated vintage apartment building features remodeled common spaces and updated units with beautiful hardwood floors and classic detailing. In a premier location, only blocks away from the 16th Street Mall, downtown Denver, and the Light Rail, you will feel right at home in the Adele.
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Francesca Apartments Photo Gallery 1
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1 Bedroom
$995
275 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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The Francesca Apartments are one of Capitol Hill’s longest-standing apartment complexes. Our residents enjoy modern updates while still experiencing the charm of original hardwood floors in select units. On-site coin-operated laundry facilities for residents. This quaint building is located within walking distance from Whole Foods, bars, restaurants, and much more!
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The Economist Apartment Homes Photo Gallery 1
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Studio
$1,345
304 sqft
1 Bedroom
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Located in the Uptown neighborhood of City Park West in Denver, Colorado, The Economist offers minimalist, city living options - putting you just 8-minutes away from the heart of Denver. Our newly constructed building offers a variety of stunning floor plans and amazing amenities! Choose from chic micro-studios to trendy one-bedrooms, whichever fits your lifestyle. As a resident, you'll enjoy stainless steel appliances, in-home, front-load washer/dryers, over 11' ceilings, a gorgeous grilling roof top terrace with city and mountain views, controlled entry, bike storage, and a fitness center. Not to mention being within reach to some great local restaurants and nightlife!
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Satori Apartments Photo Gallery 1
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2 Bedrooms
$2,300
1067 sqft
Perfect for history buffs and art lovers, Satori is located in Denver’s famed Golden Triangle neighborhood. Enjoy modern living in these newly built, impeccably finished apartment homes. Open concept homes include covered parking, as well as balconies and a community courtyard. High ceilings and large windows create a light and bright space for everyone to enjoy. Surrounded by more than 50 museums, galleries, art studios, cafés, parks, nightclubs and restaurants, you’ll never be short of something new to do, see, and learn. Community amenities include a swimming pool, workout area, business center, onsite laundry facility, and covered parking.
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1137 Columbine St Photo Gallery 1
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1 Bedroom
$1,250
600 sqft
You’ll love the quiet historic setting of this this one bed, one bath home. The vintage three-story building is in one of Denver’s most desirable neighborhoods, and just a short walk to Congress Park, Cheesman Park and the Botanical Gardens. The building’s charming side courtyard offers plenty of outdoor seating, and the building’s indoor laundry facilities and bike storage mean you can enjoy your apartment without sacrificing living space.
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Bromwell Photo Gallery 1
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1 Bedroom
$2,265
801 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$3,705
1188 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$6,050
1870 sqft
Welcome to Bromwell, a Wash Park apartment community ideally located between Cherry Creek and Downtown Denver. With some of the largest for-lease homes in the market, Bromwell offers plenty of space for a life well-lived. Disclaimer: Rental rates, availability, lease terms, deposits, apartment features and specials are subject to change without notice.
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The Wheatley Photo Gallery 1
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Studio
$1,415
486 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,485
2 Bedrooms
$2,255
920 sqft
Located in historic residential district of Glenarm Place, though each unit has a distinctly modern flair. Enjoy outdoor living space in a pet-friendly atmosphere, with a community fire pit, BBQ area, gym, clubhouse, and coffee bar.
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1325 Madison Apartments Photo Gallery 1
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1 Bedroom
$1,415
595 sqft
1325 Madison is a quaint, brick building in Congress Park with twelve units ranging from studios to one bedrooms. As a resident of this building, you'll have premium access to Colorado Boulevard, Sprouts and Bluebird Theatre. Not to mention, there are a number of delicious restaurants including the Denver Biscuit Company, TAG Burger Bar, Sweet Cooie's, and more! Looking for a great way to relax? Proximity to both City Park and Congress Park makes this location a no-brainer. Welcome home!
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Poets Row Photo Gallery 1
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Studio
$1,175
300 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,580
550 sqft
Nestled in one of Denver's historic neighborhoods is an artistic community designed in the style of the 1930s and 1940s. Studio and one-bedroom homes feature arched doorways, walk-in closets, gas appliances, and wood floors.
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The Scot Photo Gallery 1
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1 Bedroom
$1,780
675 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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The Scot's one and two-bedroom apartments position you to enjoy easy access to the best of Denver. Take Speer Blvd or the Cherry Creek Bike Path directly into downtown Denver, or head past Denver Country Club to get to Cherry Creek Shopping Center in a matter of minutes. Nearby, Broadways local flair offers tons of vintage shopping, rooftop bars, funky eateries and Denvers famous craft breweries. Whether your day's agenda is work, play or both, living at The Scot means you can do it all with ease. And if The Scot's not exactly what you are looking for, that's OK. We have 45 communities in the Denver area. Visit RedPeak.com to find your place.
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Archer Tower Photo Gallery 1
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Studio
$1,337
443 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,558
629 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,773
820 sqft
Enjoy air-conditioning, walk-in closets and hardwood flooring within a vintage-style apartment. An online portal makes paying the bills seamless. Head to The Fainting Goat or Lowdown Brewery for nighttime fun.
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Venue on 16th Photo Gallery 1
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1 Bedroom
$2,011
750 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Sleek apartments come with a fireplace and granite counters. Tons of community amenities, including a game room, yoga center and Google Fiber. Near the Bluebird Theater, Denver Museum of Nature and Science and great restaurants.
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The Sylvia Mae Photo Gallery 1
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1 Bedroom
$1,600
530 sqft
Centrally located in the Capitol Hill neighborhood, The Sylvia Mae offers plenty of vintage charm. With close proximity to the Molly Brown House, State Capitol Building, and vibrant Colfax Avenue, you'll always find something fun to do. If you're looking for urban living in a vintage building, then The Sylvia Mae is the perfect place to call home!
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The Indi at Uptown Square Photo Gallery 1
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$1,419
517 sqft
1 Bedroom
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Situated just minutes from The Pavilions, 16th Street Mall, and other great shopping in Downtown Denver. Property offers residents a heated pool, rooftop terrace, huge fitness center, and many other amenities. Large units feature high ceilings and unique interior finishes.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is the current price range for one-bedroom apartments in Cheesman Park?

Rental pricing for one-bedroom apartments in Cheesman Park ranges from $1,350 to $2,950 with an average rent of $1,662.

What is the current price range for two-bedroom apartments in Cheesman Park?

Rental pricing for two-bedroom apartments in Cheesman Park ranges from $1,700 to $2,650 with an average rent of $2,465.

How many apartments are currently available for rent in Cheesman Park?

There are 666 apartments currently available for rent in Cheesman Park.
Cheesman Park
Neighborhood Guide
The history of Cheesman Park

No other neighborhood has undergone more change than the centrally-located Chessman Park neighborhood in Denver. The fact that anyone at all lives in the neighborhood is a stark change from the district’s storied beginnings… as the Prospect Hill Cemetery. The cemetery opened the same year as what is now Lower Downtown Denver was first being cleared in 1858, but only stayed that way until 1890. It was at that time that the U.S. Congress claimed the land as part of an agreement struck with the native Arapahoe tribe, and turned it into a park. Many Denverites believe the ghosts of the old cemetery did not so easily go by the wayside, and late at night still haunt the neighborhood park, even to this day.

Neighborhood overview

Despite its short tenure, the cemetery became quite segregated in its later years, another stark difference between past and present. Modern Chessman Park neighborhood holds over 12,000 people per square mile, making the area one of the largest population concentrations in the city and county of Denver. And a 10-15 minute walk along this densely populated district from Eastern boundary York Street to Western boundary Downing Street along Northern boundary Colfax Street will show you a glimpse of the progress the neighborhood has made over the years. Speaking of Colfax, Chessman Park neighborhood’s northern boundary is most famously known as the longest continuous street in America, spanning East to West for a marathon’s length of over 26 miles. Before the arrival of Interstate 70 in 1961, Colfax Avenue was the only way from one side of the Mile High City to the other. Today it still serves as quick and easy access to nearly anywhere in the city from East to West, barring rush-hour traffic, of course. Residents are split nearly equally between large, high-rise, multi-family apartment complexes overlooking the park, and mansion-size houses further to the neighborhood outskirts that have been subdivided into two or three bedroom condos. Both house dwellers and apartment dwellers alike can typically be seen running laps around the beloved park nearly anytime, day or night (and possibly inventing ghost stories).

Things to do in Cheesman Park

Due to the nearly 100-year history of Colfax Avenue as a boundary to the north, the Cheesman Park neighborhood has a buzzing culture as densely rich as the history surrounding it and the population within it. While most of the 1-square mile area is residential, the northern extreme of the neighborhood has more than enough daytime activities and nightlife to go ‘round. Liks Ice Cream on 13th Avenue and Vine Street is a local favorite after a day of sunbathing in the park. For a truly one-of-a-kind experience be sure to check out (read: wait in line at) VooDoo Doughnuts at the intersection of Colfax and Park Avenues. If you do not fear the line, and rather embrace it as a time to observe those around you (read: people watch) you will be rewarded with a truly unique delight. The creamy creations can be like something out of a spooky dream, making VooDoo Doughnuts feel right at home in this neck of the woods, despite only opening in mid-2014.

A “miniature tour of the U.K” - a term just made up on the spot to describe bar hopping between The Irish Snug and Streets of London Pub - is a great start to after-dark fun for thirsty adults. Don’t fret; this “tour” is merely two block in length along Colfax Avenue. From there, patrons can check out one of many big name acts coming through Denver well into the early morning hours at either of the premier concert venues in the area - the Ogden Theatre or the Fillmore Auditorium. Both lie one short neighborhood to the west, once again, on Colfax (North Capitol Hill).

No mention of the Chessman Park Neighborhood would be complete, however, without including the Denver Botanical Gardens, the district’s coup de ta. In the wintertime the Denver Botanical Gardens hosts an annual parade of lights for the holidays, and in the summertime it hosts a rolling cast of highly sought after exhibitors. In the summer of 2014 for example, genius glass sculptor Dale Chihuly will be the main act starting June 14, and will enjoy a rare extended run clear through late November. If the name Chihuly does not ring a bell, perhaps the name Bellagio will? The gorgeous, glass ceiling sculptures that can only be effectively described as a classy color explosion greeting the mega-hotel guests for years is, you guessed it, Chihuly. The opportunity to be absolutely amazed at Chihuly’s glass creations up close truly cannot be missed.

Despite possibly haunted beginnings, the Chessman Park neighborhood has blossomed into a diverse, fun-loving, and accepting community that is also one of the most highly sought after places to live in the city and county of Denver. One day in the sun at the park, or one awe inspiring trip to the Denver Botanical Gardens, or maybe even a bite of the local artisan desserts and it becomes very apparent why locals and tourists alike flock to this historic Denver neighborhood.