Whether you are planning to move to Denver, Colorado or already live there, the Mile High City is a paradise for craft beer-lovers to outdoor enthusiasts, for Broncos fans to young professionals alike. With 300 days of sunshine a year, Denverites can enjoy a lounge in Washington Park, take a B-cycle, the city’s bike sharing system, for a weekend spin down the 16th Street Mall, or drive an hour and a half for some of the best skiing in the world in the surrounding Rocky Mountains. From excellent shopping in Cherry Creek to numerous breweries throughout River North, Denver has a little bit of something for everyone.
Lower Downtown, or LoDo, is home to Union Station, Coors Field, and an impressive slew of bars, restaurants, and shopping. If you want a fast-paced, urban living environment, LoDo is the place for you.
With tree lined streets and Denver’s premier 16 block outdoor Cherry Creek Shopping Center, Cherry Creek is the perfect combination of residential and retail.
Artsy, up and coming. RiNo, or River North Art District, hosts a plethora of breweries, galleries, jazz bars and restaurants in the now converted warehouses and factories that historically made up the district.
Many of Denver’s best museums can be found in Capitol Hill, along with the golden dome of the city capital. Its central location makes this neighborhood popular for both living and socializing.