The Ten Most-Expensive Denver Neighborhoods to Rent a Two-Bedroom Apartment
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Last week, we shared data from ApartmentList.com showing that Denver rent prices are increasing 3.4 times faster than the national average. But the site has shared plenty of other information about renting in the area, too, including a list of the ten most-expensive Denver neighborhoods when it comes to renting a two-bedroom apartment as of December 2014. We've collected the findings here, supplemented by maps and additional ApartmentList.com text. Count down all ten neighborhoods below -- and to see the original post, click here.
Number 10: Windsor neighborhood
Average rent for a two-bedroom apartment circa December 2014: $1,110
Windsor is the cheapest neighborhood in the city of Denver, though a 2 bedroom still runs 17 percent above national averages. Prices stayed flat at $1110 in December.
Number 9: Hampden South neighborhood
Average rent for a two-bedroom apartment circa December 2014: $1,310
Four Denver suburbs have rents that average between $1200 and $1300 per month for 2 bedrooms: Centennial ($1280), Littleton ($1250), Westminster ($1220) and Thornton ($1210). Prices in those four cities are also among the fast-growing in the metro area, with Centennial marking the biggest spike since 2013 at 13.6%.
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