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516 Apartments for rent in Greeley, CO

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Ten West Greeley
6600 8th St
Greeley, CO | Westmoor Acres
1 Bedroom
$1,270
751 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,540
1085 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,840
1840 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:37 PM
Ten West Greeley Apartments is the upscale, amenity-rich community option that Greeley has been longing for.
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28 Units Available
Sterling Heights
2420 W Reservoir Rd
Greeley, CO
Studio
$1,040
550 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,059
675 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,239
944 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:37 PM
Welcome to Sterling Heights! Our pet-friendly Greeley, Colorado apartments are available in a variety of studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom floor plans, complete with cozy design features and wonderful amenities.
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15 Units Available
Peakview at T-Bone Ranch
4750 W 29th St
Greeley, CO
1 Bedroom
$1,062
712 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,338
1035 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,596
1189 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:37 PM
Pet-friendly community located close to Greeley Mall and the University of Northern Colorado. Recently revamped units with hardwood floors, granite counters and fireplaces. Good access for people with a disability. Pet-friendly community with 24-hour gym.
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16 Units Available
The Reserve at West T-Bone
5800 29th Street
Greeley, CO
Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,440
1091 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 12:49 PM
Nestled in the heart of the quiet West T-Bone Neighborhood in Greeley, Colorado, The Reserve at West T-Bone Apartments invites you to experience a new style of apartment living.
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76 Units Available
Apartments at Maddie
1540 8th Avenue
Greeley, CO | Downtown Greeley
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,350
587 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,490
875 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 12:31 PM
Conveniently located on Greeleys 8th Avenue, the Apartments at Maddie are setting the standard for upscale living in downtown Greeleys newest Maddie neighborhood.
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Franklin Flats
3208 W 7th St
Greeley, CO
2 Bedrooms
$1,050
840 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 12:15 PM
Located at 35th Ave and W 7th St, close to US 34-BUS and Highway 85. Residents enjoy cable ready apartments with air conditioning. Community has a swimming pool and onsite laundry.
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10 Units Available
Greeley Apartments
1515 7th Avenue
Greeley, CO | Downtown Greeley
Studio
$849
417 sqft
1 Bedroom
$950
555 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,179
809 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:19 AM
Located in Greeley’s all-new Maddie neighborhood near 6th Ave and 16th St.
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1 Unit Available
Royal Gardens
2101 22nd Ave
Greeley, CO
Studio
$950
500 sqft
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 1 at 09:41 PM
Located close to the University of North Carolina, these carpeted units feature hardwood floors and fully equipped kitchens. Pet-friendly community has on-site laundry, carports, and a swimming pool, among other facilities for residents.
1 Unit Available
6915 West 3rd Street
6915 3rd Street
Greeley, CO
2 Bedrooms
$1,395
1158 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:47 PM
Available Immediately This is a very nice newer 2 bed 2 bath condo located in West Greeley. Some of the features include an attached garage, master suite with walk-in closet just to name a few.
1 Unit Available
5775 West 29th Street
5775 29th Street
Greeley, CO
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,395
731 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:47 PM
Come check out this great condo located in a quiet neighborhood of Greeley! This property features two bedrooms, two full bathrooms, and 1,092 square feet of livable space.
1 Unit Available
3144 19th Street Drive
3144 19th Street Drive
Greeley, CO
4 Bedrooms
$2,050
1632 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:47 PM
Come see this charming 4 bedroom 2 bathroom home in Greeley! This home features 4 large bedrooms, laminate flooring in the kitchen, a stained back deck, NO HOA, and updated bathrooms.
1 Unit Available
1233 102nd Avenue
1233 102nd Avenue
Greeley, CO
4 Bedrooms
$2,600
2980 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:47 PM
Make yourself at home in this beautiful two story home in Greeley! Home features 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. Master bedroom boasts a five piece on suite and spacious walk in closet. Enjoy the open floor plan and quiet neighborhood.
1 Unit Available
916 44th Avenue Court
916 44th Avenue Court
Greeley, CO | Westmoor Acres
2 Bedrooms
$1,150
1166 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 01:47 PM
Available December 1st One small dog under 25lbs negotiable This is a nice end unit Condo, some of the features include a gas fireplace, nice patio, a single car detached garage.
1 Unit Available
159 49th Avenue Court
159 49th Avenue Court
Greeley, CO | Weber West
3 Bedrooms
$2,565
2758 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:47 PM
Wonderful 3 bedroom 3 bathroom home on a corner lot in Greeley's Weber West! Incredible floorplan! Spacious and contemporary design with over 3, 400 sq. ft.. Dedicated office plus formal living room, a rec room and family room.
1 Unit Available
914 49th Avenue Place
914 49th Avenue Place
Greeley, CO
4 Bedrooms
$2,300
2259 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:47 PM
Make this charming 4 bedroom 2.
1 Unit Available
2413 West 27 Street
2413 27th Avenue Court
Greeley, CO | Cascade Park
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,475
1152 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:42 PM
Townhouse in Woodland Park Subdivision Features: *W/D Hookups *Fenced patio area *A/C unit *Fireplace * 3 levels * Off street parking * Extra bedroom/living space in the downstairs area * 1 small pet allowed for additional rent and deposit
1 Unit Available
813 37 Avenue - Unit 3 - 1
813 37th Avenue
Greeley, CO | Edwards
2 Bedrooms
$1,025
936 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:42 PM
Nice 2 bedroom townhome in west Greeley neighborhood. Open living room, dining room area with sliding door access to private patio, storage and covered carport for parking. Half bath on main level.
1 Unit Available
2329 9 Street
2329 9th Street
Greeley, CO
1 Bedroom
$795
688 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:42 PM
Nice 1 bedroom garden level apartment. Large living room, full kitchen, shared washer and dryer, good condition. close to schools and restaurants. Tenants pay a percentage of utilities.
1 Unit Available
1915 7 Avenue
1915 7th Avenue
Greeley, CO | Arlington
3 Bedrooms
$995
925 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:42 PM
Large basement apartment. Nice flow for a busy household. Full kitchen has lots of room, pass through to large living room. 3 bedrooms with 1 bathroom. Tenants pay all utilities. Off street parking, nice yard shared with main floor tenant.
1 Unit Available
212 14 Street
212 14th Street
Greeley, CO | Sunrise
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$895
829 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:42 PM
2 Bedroom 1 Bath Unit. On site Laundry Room Spacious front area with grass and trees Ample parking Tenant pays gas and electricity No pets please
1 Unit Available
2219 8 Avenue Unit 303
2219 8th Avenue
Greeley, CO
1 Bedroom
$775
600 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:42 PM
1 bedroom 1 bath apartment. Large living room with open galley style kitchen. Huge bedroom with double closet space. Bathroom has separate toilet & shower room from sink & vanity, great flow.
1 Unit Available
242 16 Avenue
242 16th Ave
Greeley, CO | City Center
1 Bedroom
$825
500 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:42 PM
Nice cottage house in back of property. Living area, kitchen, bathroom and one bedroom, this is great space for quiet living. Washer/dryer included, open porch area and nicely finished interior. Tenants pay utilities. Will go fast! No pets please.
1 Unit Available
313 9 Avenue - Unit 2
313 North 9th Avenue
Greeley, CO | Clayton Park
2 Bedrooms
$895
780 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:42 PM
Lower level of house has large windows for lots of light, updated kitchen including washer/dryer hookups, full bathroom and 2 large bedrooms. Small pet accepted with additional fee.
1 Unit Available
2030 8 Avenue
2030 South 8th Avenue
Greeley, CO | Alta Vista
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,275
1000 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:42 PM
Cute 3 bedroom 1 bathroom main floor of the house. Open living & dining room with original hardwood floors. Large tiled bathroom, good sized bedrooms. Extra storage area. There is off street parking in the back.
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City Guide

Greeley
They say in real estate: location, location, location. In this case, the location boasts both gorgeous mountain vistas and expansive, flowing plains. The town of Greeley, located in central Colorado, is nestled in the Front Range foothills at the foot of the gorgeous Rocky Mountains. Greeley, CO can chase its roots as far back as the Oregon Trail; the town is adjacent to a former popular stop and post office on the trek out West in the late 1800s.
They say in real estate: location, location, location. In this case, the location boasts both gorgeous mountain vistas and expansive, flowing plains. The town of Greeley, located in central Colorado, is nestled in the Front Range foothills at the foot of the gorgeous Rocky Mountains. Greeley, CO can chase its roots as far back as the Oregon Trail; the town is adjacent to a former popular stop and post office on the trek out West in the late 1800s.
Life in Greeley

While property sales have stayed relatively constant, the median sale price of a Greeley home has vastly increased over the past five years from approximately $125k to about $180k. That’s a positive jump of over 30% since 2009, more than big brother Denver can say. Further north and west of 8th Ave/US 85 decrease in price of housing.

First and foremost, newcomers should be prepared for a challenge when first coming to Greely since a large majority of the streets running both directions are in sequential order; with numbered ‘St’ running East-West and numbered ‘Ave’ running North-South. 8th Ave serves as the main border road to the East of the university, and is the place to be any day - or night - of the week. Highway 34 serves as a border road to the South while also providing quick and easy access out of town, and I-25. Most residential and commercial buildings in Greeley are contained within the area northwest of the 8th Ave/Highway 34 intersection, with some new housing developing directly to the East of 8th Ave. These newly built homes are not alone; construction is seemingly sprouting up everywhere.

Renters make up half of Greeley’s population. Most of these are students studying at the University of Northern Colorado. Though typically regarded and known for its top-notch nursing school, UNC has produced recent success both scholastically in the nursing program, and athletically, appearing in the 2011 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament.

If you’re looking for a place to rent for an incoming University of Northern Colorado student beyond on-campus housing, the area just north of 20th Street has multiple unit housing available. Most available rentals in this area are on a first come, first served basis. Typically prospective renters can be patient to find the “right” space, but should be prepared to agree to terms on a lease – paperwork in hand - the moment they visit the unit. Planning on an August or May move-in date could be good for free help with the beginning and end of the college terms (don’t tell ‘em I told you). But generally, finding and moving into rental units during June and July can save money on the monthly rent. As the college student population disperses for the summer months, landlords have a smaller pool of renters to choose from and the higher competition drives down prices. Lock in a summer rate for a full twelve month contract and save serious cash over the length of a full college term and then some.

Using US 85 to travel the 60 miles south to DIA avoids dreaded I25 & I70 traffic through Denver, while boasting a DIA arrival in the same or less amount of time as it would take through the Interstate 25/70 corridor...with no traffic.

Access to the quintessential Colorado getaway in the Rock Mountains is surprisingly simple despite Greeley’s proximity to wide open eastern plains. Again unlike most Colorado residents and tourists, Greeley residents can drive to Rocky Mountain National Park in just over an hour and a half using US 36, rather than an Interstate which is typical. And again they can do it in the same amount of time, or less. The best of the local fare is easy to find as nearly all restaurants are on the main road through town, 8th Ave. For a more upscale evening, the Greeley Chop House situated precariously on the corner of 8th Ave and 8th St is an absolute must. A fine dining experience with amazing cuts and cooks of meats one would expect from a town with beef as the primary industry outside of Northern Colorado Medical Center in downtown.

To get away from the commotion of Main Street, head West to Fat Albert’s Restaurant on 27th Ave and 17th Street for some good old fashioned fried food. Stay for the desserts. Travel just West of the university on US 34, to Crabtree Brewery for a taste of a good, local brew.

Greeley, CO truly offers a wide array of outdoor fun, from mountain ranges, to flowing plains. But it’s the blossoming of 8th Ave region of this still quiet town that has a little something for everybody.

Life in Greeley
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While property sales have stayed relatively constant, the median sale price of a Greeley home has vastly increased over the past five years from approximately $125k to about $180k. That’s a positive jump of over 30% since 2009, more than big brother Denver can say. Further north and west of 8th Ave/US 85 decrease in price of housing.

First and foremost, newcomers should be prepared for a challenge when first coming to Greely since a large majority of the streets running both directions are in sequential order; with numbered ‘St’ running East-West and numbered ‘Ave’ running North-South. 8th Ave serves as the main border road to the East of the university, and is the place to be any day - or night - of the week. Highway 34 serves as a border road to the South while also providing quick and easy access out of town, and I-25. Most residential and commercial buildings in Greeley are contained within the area northwest of the 8th Ave/Highway 34 intersection, with some new housing developing directly to the East of 8th Ave. These newly built homes are not alone; construction is seemingly sprouting up everywhere.

Renters make up half of Greeley’s population. Most of these are students studying at the University of Northern Colorado. Though typically regarded and known for its top-notch nursing school, UNC has produced recent success both scholastically in the nursing program, and athletically, appearing in the 2011 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament.

If you’re looking for a place to rent for an incoming University of Northern Colorado student beyond on-campus housing, the area just north of 20th Street has multiple unit housing available. Most available rentals in this area are on a first come, first served basis. Typically prospective renters can be patient to find the “right” space, but should be prepared to agree to terms on a lease – paperwork in hand - the moment they visit the unit. Planning on an August or May move-in date could be good for free help with the beginning and end of the college terms (don’t tell ‘em I told you). But generally, finding and moving into rental units during June and July can save money on the monthly rent. As the college student population disperses for the summer months, landlords have a smaller pool of renters to choose from and the higher competition drives down prices. Lock in a summer rate for a full twelve month contract and save serious cash over the length of a full college term and then some.

Using US 85 to travel the 60 miles south to DIA avoids dreaded I25 & I70 traffic through Denver, while boasting a DIA arrival in the same or less amount of time as it would take through the Interstate 25/70 corridor...with no traffic.

Access to the quintessential Colorado getaway in the Rock Mountains is surprisingly simple despite Greeley’s proximity to wide open eastern plains. Again unlike most Colorado residents and tourists, Greeley residents can drive to Rocky Mountain National Park in just over an hour and a half using US 36, rather than an Interstate which is typical. And again they can do it in the same amount of time, or less. The best of the local fare is easy to find as nearly all restaurants are on the main road through town, 8th Ave. For a more upscale evening, the Greeley Chop House situated precariously on the corner of 8th Ave and 8th St is an absolute must. A fine dining experience with amazing cuts and cooks of meats one would expect from a town with beef as the primary industry outside of Northern Colorado Medical Center in downtown.

To get away from the commotion of Main Street, head West to Fat Albert’s Restaurant on 27th Ave and 17th Street for some good old fashioned fried food. Stay for the desserts. Travel just West of the university on US 34, to Crabtree Brewery for a taste of a good, local brew.

Greeley, CO truly offers a wide array of outdoor fun, from mountain ranges, to flowing plains. But it’s the blossoming of 8th Ave region of this still quiet town that has a little something for everybody.

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City Guide

Greeley
They say in real estate: location, location, location. In this case, the location boasts both gorgeous mountain vistas and expansive, flowing plains. The town of Greeley, located in central Colorado, is nestled in the Front Range foothills at the foot of the gorgeous Rocky Mountains. Greeley, CO can chase its roots as far back as the Oregon Trail; the town is adjacent to a former popular stop and post office on the trek out West in the late 1800s.
They say in real estate: location, location, location. In this case, the location boasts both gorgeous mountain vistas and expansive, flowing plains. The town of Greeley, located in central Colorado, is nestled in the Front Range foothills at the foot of the gorgeous Rocky Mountains. Greeley, CO can chase its roots as far back as the Oregon Trail; the town is adjacent to a former popular stop and post office on the trek out West in the late 1800s.
Life in Greeley

While property sales have stayed relatively constant, the median sale price of a Greeley home has vastly increased over the past five years from approximately $125k to about $180k. That’s a positive jump of over 30% since 2009, more than big brother Denver can say. Further north and west of 8th Ave/US 85 decrease in price of housing.

First and foremost, newcomers should be prepared for a challenge when first coming to Greely since a large majority of the streets running both directions are in sequential order; with numbered ‘St’ running East-West and numbered ‘Ave’ running North-South. 8th Ave serves as the main border road to the East of the university, and is the place to be any day - or night - of the week. Highway 34 serves as a border road to the South while also providing quick and easy access out of town, and I-25. Most residential and commercial buildings in Greeley are contained within the area northwest of the 8th Ave/Highway 34 intersection, with some new housing developing directly to the East of 8th Ave. These newly built homes are not alone; construction is seemingly sprouting up everywhere.

Renters make up half of Greeley’s population. Most of these are students studying at the University of Northern Colorado. Though typically regarded and known for its top-notch nursing school, UNC has produced recent success both scholastically in the nursing program, and athletically, appearing in the 2011 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament.

If you’re looking for a place to rent for an incoming University of Northern Colorado student beyond on-campus housing, the area just north of 20th Street has multiple unit housing available. Most available rentals in this area are on a first come, first served basis. Typically prospective renters can be patient to find the “right” space, but should be prepared to agree to terms on a lease – paperwork in hand - the moment they visit the unit. Planning on an August or May move-in date could be good for free help with the beginning and end of the college terms (don’t tell ‘em I told you). But generally, finding and moving into rental units during June and July can save money on the monthly rent. As the college student population disperses for the summer months, landlords have a smaller pool of renters to choose from and the higher competition drives down prices. Lock in a summer rate for a full twelve month contract and save serious cash over the length of a full college term and then some.

Using US 85 to travel the 60 miles south to DIA avoids dreaded I25 & I70 traffic through Denver, while boasting a DIA arrival in the same or less amount of time as it would take through the Interstate 25/70 corridor...with no traffic.

Access to the quintessential Colorado getaway in the Rock Mountains is surprisingly simple despite Greeley’s proximity to wide open eastern plains. Again unlike most Colorado residents and tourists, Greeley residents can drive to Rocky Mountain National Park in just over an hour and a half using US 36, rather than an Interstate which is typical. And again they can do it in the same amount of time, or less. The best of the local fare is easy to find as nearly all restaurants are on the main road through town, 8th Ave. For a more upscale evening, the Greeley Chop House situated precariously on the corner of 8th Ave and 8th St is an absolute must. A fine dining experience with amazing cuts and cooks of meats one would expect from a town with beef as the primary industry outside of Northern Colorado Medical Center in downtown.

To get away from the commotion of Main Street, head West to Fat Albert’s Restaurant on 27th Ave and 17th Street for some good old fashioned fried food. Stay for the desserts. Travel just West of the university on US 34, to Crabtree Brewery for a taste of a good, local brew.

Greeley, CO truly offers a wide array of outdoor fun, from mountain ranges, to flowing plains. But it’s the blossoming of 8th Ave region of this still quiet town that has a little something for everybody.

Life in Greeley
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While property sales have stayed relatively constant, the median sale price of a Greeley home has vastly increased over the past five years from approximately $125k to about $180k. That’s a positive jump of over 30% since 2009, more than big brother Denver can say. Further north and west of 8th Ave/US 85 decrease in price of housing.

First and foremost, newcomers should be prepared for a challenge when first coming to Greely since a large majority of the streets running both directions are in sequential order; with numbered ‘St’ running East-West and numbered ‘Ave’ running North-South. 8th Ave serves as the main border road to the East of the university, and is the place to be any day - or night - of the week. Highway 34 serves as a border road to the South while also providing quick and easy access out of town, and I-25. Most residential and commercial buildings in Greeley are contained within the area northwest of the 8th Ave/Highway 34 intersection, with some new housing developing directly to the East of 8th Ave. These newly built homes are not alone; construction is seemingly sprouting up everywhere.

Renters make up half of Greeley’s population. Most of these are students studying at the University of Northern Colorado. Though typically regarded and known for its top-notch nursing school, UNC has produced recent success both scholastically in the nursing program, and athletically, appearing in the 2011 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament.

If you’re looking for a place to rent for an incoming University of Northern Colorado student beyond on-campus housing, the area just north of 20th Street has multiple unit housing available. Most available rentals in this area are on a first come, first served basis. Typically prospective renters can be patient to find the “right” space, but should be prepared to agree to terms on a lease – paperwork in hand - the moment they visit the unit. Planning on an August or May move-in date could be good for free help with the beginning and end of the college terms (don’t tell ‘em I told you). But generally, finding and moving into rental units during June and July can save money on the monthly rent. As the college student population disperses for the summer months, landlords have a smaller pool of renters to choose from and the higher competition drives down prices. Lock in a summer rate for a full twelve month contract and save serious cash over the length of a full college term and then some.

Using US 85 to travel the 60 miles south to DIA avoids dreaded I25 & I70 traffic through Denver, while boasting a DIA arrival in the same or less amount of time as it would take through the Interstate 25/70 corridor...with no traffic.

Access to the quintessential Colorado getaway in the Rock Mountains is surprisingly simple despite Greeley’s proximity to wide open eastern plains. Again unlike most Colorado residents and tourists, Greeley residents can drive to Rocky Mountain National Park in just over an hour and a half using US 36, rather than an Interstate which is typical. And again they can do it in the same amount of time, or less. The best of the local fare is easy to find as nearly all restaurants are on the main road through town, 8th Ave. For a more upscale evening, the Greeley Chop House situated precariously on the corner of 8th Ave and 8th St is an absolute must. A fine dining experience with amazing cuts and cooks of meats one would expect from a town with beef as the primary industry outside of Northern Colorado Medical Center in downtown.

To get away from the commotion of Main Street, head West to Fat Albert’s Restaurant on 27th Ave and 17th Street for some good old fashioned fried food. Stay for the desserts. Travel just West of the university on US 34, to Crabtree Brewery for a taste of a good, local brew.

Greeley, CO truly offers a wide array of outdoor fun, from mountain ranges, to flowing plains. But it’s the blossoming of 8th Ave region of this still quiet town that has a little something for everybody.