According to Zumper, a San Francisco-based rental website, Denver’s most expensive neighborhood for renters costs more than twice as much as the city’s cheapest neighborhood.
Currently, the Golden Triangle neighborhood south of downtown is coming in as the highest priced neighborhood in the city. The median asking price for a one-bedroom apartment was $2,275 in October.
Comparatively speaking, Villa Park, on the city’s west side, is asking an average of $780 for a one-bedroom apartment.
Throughout the state, Zumper determined that Boulder has the highest average rents, with a median price of $1,440 per month for a one bedroom apartment.
Earlier in November, another study indicated that the rise in Denver rental rates may be cooling.