16 Denver Neighborhoods Where You Can Rent a One-Bedroom for Under $1,000

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Yes, rent can be expensive in Denver.

But some places are less expensive than others.

The folks at Zumper, our source for a September post that highlighted the ten Denver neighborhoods with the cheapest rent for a one-bedroom apartment, has updated its figures for the Mile High City.

And at present, there are sixteen neighborhoods where the median rent for a one-bedroom is under $1,000.

Count down the photo-illustrated list below, followed by a Zumper graphic showing current median rent costs for every neighborhood in the city, whether they're under $1,000 or not.

Valverde.
Valverde.
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Number 16: Valverde
Median rent price for a one-bedroom apartment: $990

University.
University.
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Number 15: University
Median rent price for a one-bedroom apartment: $985

Westwood.
Westwood.
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Number 12 (tie): Westwood
Median rent price for a one-bedroom apartment: $980

Virginia Village.
Virginia Village.

Number 12 (tie): Virginia Village
Median rent price for a one-bedroom apartment: $980

South Platte.
South Platte.
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Number 12 (tie): South Platte
Median rent price for a one-bedroom apartment: $980

Goldsmith.
Goldsmith.
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Number 11: Goldsmith
Median rent price for a one-bedroom apartment: $970

Barnum.
Barnum.
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Number 9 (tie): Barnum-Barnum West
Median rent price for a one-bedroom apartment: $950


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