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344 Apartments for rent in LoDo, Denver, CO

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Griffis Union Station
2905 Inca St
Denver, CO
Updated April 19 at 07:45am
1 Bedroom
$1,616
2 Bedrooms
$2,123
In the heart of LoDo. Very young community. Community amenities include entertainment lounge, resort-style pool, BBQ grilling station, and the popular 24-hour fitness center. Spacious floor plans with up-to-date kitchen appliances.
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Radius Uptown Apartments
1935 N. Logan St
Denver, CO
Updated April 21 at 11:55pm
Studio
$1,540
1 Bedroom
$1,710
2 Bedrooms
$2,355
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
1901 North Grant Street
Denver, CO
Updated April 21 at 09:09pm
Studio
$1,505
1 Bedroom
$1,645
2 Bedrooms
$2,455
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Waterford RiNo
2797 Wewatta Way
Denver, CO
Updated April 21 at 09:09pm
Studio
$1,453
1 Bedroom
$1,629
2 Bedrooms
$2,083
Designer kitchens with features like stainless steel appliances, tile backsplashes, and granite countertops. Full-sized washers and dryers in all homes. Rooftop deck with fire pit. Controlled-access parking garage and covered bike parking. Less than a mile to Coors Field and RiNo galleries.
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Ballpark Lofts
1451 24th St
Denver, CO
Updated April 21 at 09:09pm
Studio
$1,423
1 Bedroom
$1,553
2 Bedrooms
$1,741
Great location in LoDo and its restaurants/bars and entertainment. Walking distance to Coors Field. Property offers a newly renovated fitness center, game room, pool with sun deck, and sports lounge.
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Uptown Square Apartment Homes
1950 Pennsylvania St
Denver, CO
Updated April 21 at 09:09pm
Studio
$1,324
1 Bedroom
$1,568
2 Bedrooms
$1,793
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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The Lydian
2560 Welton St
Denver, CO
Updated April 21 at 09:09pm
Studio
$1,589
1 Bedroom
$1,609
2 Bedrooms
$3,015
Sleek apartments with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and walk-in closets. Ample community amenities, such as a coffee bar, pool, yoga studio and grilling stations. Near the cultural attractions and fun of downtown Denver.
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The Battery on Blake Street
2120 Blake St
Denver, CO
Updated April 21 at 09:08pm
Studio
$1,435
1 Bedroom
$1,720
2 Bedrooms
$2,195
Brand new community with never-lived-in homes. Billiards and bowling alley for residents for convenient entertainment. Courtyards with firepits. Resident portal for online rent payment and maintenance requests. Across the street from Coors Field.
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TwentyOne01 on Market Apartments
2101 Market St
Denver, CO
Updated April 21 at 09:08pm
Studio
$1,620
1 Bedroom
$1,685
2 Bedrooms
$2,210
Near convenient transportation locations like I-25, Union Station Light Rail. Also close to numerous hotspots, including Coors Baseball field, Whiskey Bar, Voodoo Comedy Playhouse, and much more. Fully equipped 1-2 bedroom units found in a property that boasts a Las Vegas-inspired sports lounge.
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Hartley Flats
2749 Walnut St
Denver, CO
Updated April 21 at 09:08pm
1 Bedroom
$1,600
2 Bedrooms
$2,285
Modern community with desirable apartments, located in the heart of Denver's River North Art District. Smoke-free units, stainless steel appliances and granite counters. Garage, gym, hot tub and on-site parking.
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Studio LoHi
2555 17TH ST
Denver, CO
Updated April 21 at 09:08pm
Studio
$1,695
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$2,085
Designer kitchens with double-door refrigerators and smooth top stoves. Fitness center with cardio machines, free weights, and kettlebells. Just blocks to LoHi destinations like Little Man Ice Cream and Linger.
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Premier Lofts
2200 Market St
Denver, CO
Updated April 21 at 07:11pm
Studio
$1,658
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$2,189
Apartments come with built-in wine racks, ceramic tile floors and a fireplace. Community amenities include a fitness center, landscaped courtyard and game room. Conveniently located right in Historic Ballpark Neighborhood for entertainment.
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Point 21
2131 Lawrence St
Denver, CO
Updated April 21 at 03:24pm
1 Bedroom
$1,474
2 Bedrooms
$2,265
Access to nightlife district and stadiums. Fully equipped kitchen and beautiful view of the mountains and the city. Multipurpose theatre and 24-hour fitness center.
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Post River North
1859 28th St
Denver, CO
Updated April 21 at 09:09pm
Studio
$1,570
1 Bedroom
$1,695
2 Bedrooms
$2,170
Quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, vast walk-in closets and high-speed internet access. Reach Downtown Denver in just minutes by bike, bus or train. 24-hours gym, game room, barbecue, garage, hot tub and pool.
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2020 Lawrence
2020 Lawrence St
Denver, CO
Updated April 21 at 09:08pm
Studio
$1,292
1 Bedroom
$1,466
2 Bedrooms
$2,276
Fantastic views of the mountains with excellent access to area amenities. Beautiful architecture with modern appliances, energy efficient designs, and even solar power. Rooftop lounge and fitness center available.
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300 East Seventeenth
300 E 17th Ave
Denver, CO
Updated April 21 at 09:08pm
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1 Bedroom
$1,540
2 Bedrooms
$1,720
Within walking distance of 16th Street Mall. Apartments feature gourmet kitchens with granite countertops and private balconies with views of downtown Denver. Amenities include a heated swimming pool with sundeck, fitness center and 24-hour laundry.
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Skyline 1801
1801 Arapahoe St
Denver, CO
Updated April 21 at 09:08pm
1 Bedroom
$1,628
2 Bedrooms
$1,913
Modern homes come fully furnished. Units include air-conditioning and stainless steel appliances. A courtyard, coffee bar and gym are just some of the many great onsite amenities. Right near Coors Field and Market Street.
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B Street LoHi
1736 Boulder St
Denver, CO
Updated April 21 at 09:08pm
1 Bedroom
$1,631
2 Bedrooms
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Monthly community residents events, including weekend football games in the clubhouse. Located in a well-developed neighborhood walking distance to Dazzle, Cap City Tavern, and other entertainment and nightlife destinations. Apartments feature large walk-in closets and in-unit laundry.
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1600 Glenarm
1600 Glenarm Pl
Denver, CO
Updated April 21 at 01:14pm
Studio
$1,590
1 Bedroom
$1,980
2 Bedrooms
$2,360
Expansive windows stretch floor to ceiling. Theater room with projector screen and seating for a dozen. Rooftop deck and fireside lounge. Fitness center, yoga/pilates studio and group classes. Unbeatable location right on the 16th Street Mall.
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SkyHouse Denver
1776 Broadway
Denver, CO
Updated April 21 at 11:55pm
Studio
$1,575
1 Bedroom
$1,720
2 Bedrooms
$2,550
Situated in the bustling Uptown neighborhood with everything Denver has to offer within reach. Brand new luxury apartments in a high-rise building. In-unit laundry, granite countertops and beautiful hardwood floors.
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EVIVA On Cherokee
1250 Cherokee St
Denver, CO
Updated April 21 at 11:55pm
Studio
$1,640
1 Bedroom
$1,830
2 Bedrooms
$2,460
Stylish apartments right in the Golden Triangle neighborhood. Homes feature exposed concrete, floor-to-ceiling windows and walk-in closets. Enjoy a yoga studio, bocce court and coffee bar on-site. Close to Civic Center.
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Solera Apartments
1956 Lawrence St
Denver, CO
Updated April 21 at 12:42pm
1 Bedroom
$1,611
2 Bedrooms
$2,445
In-home washer and dryer. Pet-friendly with no weight restrictions on dogs. LEED Gold Certified with energy star appliances, bicycle maintenance and parking, and on-site compost.
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2785 Speer
2785 N Speer Blvd
Denver, CO
Updated April 21 at 11:25pm
1 Bedroom
$1,640
2 Bedrooms
$2,407
Newly built community, so residents will be among the first. Stylish interiors with quartz countertops, mosaic tile backsplash, and espresso cabinetry. Courtyard with hammocks and outdoor lounge with firepit. Multi-story fitness center.
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Alexan Arapahoe Square
550 Park Avenue West
Denver, CO
Updated April 21 at 09:09pm
Studio
$1,380
1 Bedroom
$1,670
2 Bedrooms
$2,265
City GuideLoDo
Only one neighborhood in Denver can truly be known as the nerve center of the Mile High City, and it’s been that way for over 150 years. The Lower Downtown Historic District (aka LoDo) of Denver was the first land plotted to become the great city of Denver way back in the gold rush times of 1858 by General William Larimer. For this, he earned the honor of a street named after him on the east side of the current neighborhood. Ever since that day when Gen. Larimer cleared the square mile land and marked it for settlement with large, native cottonwood tree trunks that he had cut down himself, LoDo has been the place to go for checking out the best Denver has to offer, both during the day, and well into the late-night.

They say history tends to repeat itself, and the recent history of LoDo certain seems to mirror that of its older ways, giving rise to some of Denver’s most influential people; namely, former Denver mayor and current Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper. LoDo was defined as the district known today back in March of 1988. Later in that same year, Hickenlooper opened Wynkoop Brewery on the corner of 18th Street and Wynkoop St, where it still remains a bustling and beautiful beer brewery to this day.

While Wynkoop Brewery brought fame to the name Hickenlooper, the most famous feature of LoDo stands right across the street: Denver’s Union Station. This railroad landmark is so famous in fact, that the LoDo district is many times incorrectly referenced as the “Union Station Neighborhood” by locals and tourists alike. The original Union Station was constructed 10 years after Larimer marked LoDo as the first Denver district in order to persuade the transcontinental railroad to make a stop in Denver (it eventually worked). Unlike many historical sites saved in LoDo since the 1970’s, Union Station has undergone a massive facelift. The ultra-modern version of Union Station officially opened in May of 2014 and remains the crowning jewel of Downtown Denver. With its mix of historic facade on the east face, and the brand new, modern train station under the west face, Union Station in all its splendor is a must-see for tourists. Because the new station officially opened so recently, it is also a must-see for many long-time Denver residents excited to see the evolution of this infamous Denver site.

A LoDo tourist romp would not be confined only to Union Station, however, as there are things to do and see for all types and tastes during one of Denver’s over 300 days of sunshine. Despite being the first Denver neighborhood, LoDo only houses a little over 21,000 residents, most of which live in the “high rise” apartments adjacent to Commons Park West on the west side of the neighborhood boundary. You may notice high rise in quotation marks, there. This is because while the apartment buildings rise into the sky, all buildings in the LoDo district have a height limit ordinance to ensure residents and tourists both never have to substitute a concrete view for the natural splendor of a Rocky Mountain backdrop. But I digress. At only ~6,100 people per square mile in the LoDo district (Denver average resident density is ~4,100), there is still plenty of room for nearly anything one could think to do on a day-trip to the historic site. The western edge of LoDo houses an eclectic array of outdoor activities. The Denver Skate Park for the extreme sports enthusiast nestles up next to Railyard Dog Park for the canine enthusiast. Immediately south of these attractions is Commons West Park, a sprawling green open space for anyone looking to leisurely spend their day outside. A pastime many Denverites enjoy, in case you ever wanted to sneak around LoDo as a “local” (which is totally cool). Venturing to the east, open space quickly gives way to what many typically envision of a large city’s downtown area, with historic brick buildings sharing street space with modern business. Running from the eastern edge of Union Station clear through LoDo and into neighboring districts is Denver’s 16th Street Mall; a walk-only urban mall that contains many shops and eateries catering to any and all interests. The mile-long shopping center also has a free mall ride bus service from 6am-1am every day for easy access to the districts surrounding LoDo such as North Capitol Hill, Civic Center, and the Central Business District.

Although they are not technically inside of the neighborhood proper, LoDo finds itself smack dab in the middle of Denver’s two main sports arenas. Coors Field, home of the Colorado Rockies bordering to the north, and Pepsi Center, home of the Denver Nuggets, Colorado Avalanche, and many summer concerts bordering to the south are both only a 10 minute walk from the center of Lower Downtown. A trip made even shorter by the aforementioned mall ride service.

As the sun sets each evening, you can typically find locals (and tourists) partaking in the unofficial Denver pastime of beer consumption. Some like a slice of pizza with their hoppy libation, others prefer a quality steak, and further others prefer to taste the nectar of the gods at the very brewery in which the beer is conceived. And LoDo caters to all of these people with ease. If the list previous strikes a chord, be sure to check out Wazee Supper Club for pizza, or Denver Chophouse and Brewery for a date-night quality steak and seafood. Falling Rock Taphouse and Wynkoop are the places to go if you are one who prefers doing your drinking directly from the source. Like any good downtown should, as the night hours get later, the action in LoDo heats up. The north end of LoDo contains Denver’s densest bar scene, most bars are within only a few city blocks, making bar hopping a snap. This also means that patrons can change bar scenery very quickly. From classic game day hangout spots - Jackson’s Sports Bar and Sports Column are the big ones - to niche bars such as the video game centric 1up, whatever your late-night fancy, LoDo has it. Even live music finds its way into the heart of LoDo with Summit Music Hall for the concert go-er, and Beta and Tracks for those that prefer their music spun by an in-house DJ. One way or another, LoDo will make you move. No amount of words on paper could ever fully encapsulate the vibrant nightlife of Lower Downtown Denver, it is truly a sight best appreciated with one’s own eyes.

Denver’s nerve center may have been first founded long ago in history, but since that day and to this day people have flocked to it, some of which even used LoDo to make something more of themselves. Whether you’re looking to do this same thing, or simply enjoy a quick trip where nearly anything imaginable is possible, LoDo is the place to start your day...and many times, end the night.

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