How Much It Costs to Rent a 2-Bedroom in 26 Denver Neighborhoods Right Now

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The November 2016 Denver Rent Report from ApartmentList.com offers median costs for renting a two-bedroom apartment in 26 neighborhoods across the metro area.

As you'll see, the digits vary widely.

Example: The median rent rate in the least-expensive neighborhood surveyed is exactly one-third the asking price for the average two-bedroom in the priciest part of town.

Continue to see the photo-illustrated rundown, ordered from low to high. Click for more information.

Number 26: Washington-Virginia Vale: $1,220

Number 25: West Colfax: $1,310

Number 24: Virginia Village: $1,390

Number 23: Hampden: $1,440

Number 22: Hale: $1,450

Number 21: Windsor: $1,550

Number 20: University Hills: $1,590

Number 19: Park Hill: $1,600

Number 18: Speer: $1,680

Number 17: Lowry Field: $1,780

Number 16: West Highland: $1,830

Number 15: Stapleton: $1,860

Number 14: Capitol Hill: $1,900

Number 13: Washington Park: $1,940

Continue to see how much a two-bedroom apartment costs to rent in the thirteen most expensive Denver neighborhoods.

Number 12: City Park: $1,950

Number 11: Five Points: $2,080

Number 10: Cheesman Park: $2,110

Number 9: Uptown: $2,250

Number 8: Jefferson Park: $2,330

Number 7: Golden Triangle: $2,410

Number 6: Highland: $2,450

Number 5: Downtown: $2,570

Number 4: LoDo: $2,700

Number 3: Lincoln Park: $2,710

Number 2: Belcaro: $2,800

Number 1: Cherry Creek: $3,660

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