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Ten Most Expensive Metro Denver Apartments to Rent Right Now

The ten most expensive apartments for rent in metro Denver right now demonstrate that the market for high-end residences shows no sign of lagging. The two priciest go for more than $10,000 per month.

Our source is RENTCafé, whose recent study revealed that rent costs in Denver rose by more dollars than in seventeen of the twenty largest U.S. cities last month.

As you'll see, the units available represent a range of prices, with those on the upper end reaching further and further into the economic stratosphere. Moreover, downtown Denver isn't the only place with sky-high rents. Also represented are complexes in Englewood, Northglenn, Lakewood and Greenwood Village.

Still, the one at the top of the chart is exactly where you'd expect to find it: Cherry Creek.

Continue to see all ten locations below, complete with photos, details and links to the original listings.

click to enlarge 1600 Glenarm Place. - RENTCAFÉ
1600 Glenarm Place.
Number 10: 1600 Glenarm Place

1600 Glenarm Place
Denver 80202

2 beds, 2 baths
1,360 square feet

$3,445  to $5,390

click to enlarge WestLink at Oak Station. - RENTCAFÉ
WestLink at Oak Station.
Number 9: WestLink at Oak Station

1665 Pierson Street
Lakewood 80215

3 beds, 2 baths
1,303 square feet

$2,307 to $6,203

click to enlarge One Observatory Park. - RENTCAFÉ
One Observatory Park.
Number 8: One Observatory Park

2360 East Evans Avenue
Denver 80201

1 bed, 1 bath
946 square feet

$1,239 to $6,766

Number 7: Viridian

5335 South Valentia Way
Greenwood Village 80111

3 beds, 2 baths
1,420 square feet

$2,401 to $6,986

Number 6: Mountain Gate

7501 South Utica Drive
Littleton 80128 

3 beds, 2 baths
1,374 square feet

$2,194 to $7,539
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