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Most Expensive Denver Neighborhoods to Rent a 2-Bedroom This Month

The March 2016 report from ApartmentList.com shows that rental prices in the Denver area have moderated to some degree from their crazy highs of the past year or so.

In fact, a stats show that rent prices in Colorado as a whole have actually been rising faster than the ones in Denver proper.

But the costs vary widely from place to place within the city, as demonstrated by the updated list of the most expensive Denver neighborhoods to rent a two-bedroom apartment.

How much? The median two-bedroom rent in the priciest spot is more than double the two neighborhoods that tied for ninth place on the list.


See the latest numbers in our photo-illustrated countdown below — and to see the original ApartmentList.com roundup, with much more information, click here.

Number 9 (tie): Hampden

Median rent for a two-bedroom apartment in March 2016: $1,430

Number 9 (tie): Virginia Village


Median rent for a two-bedroom apartment in March 2016: $1,430

Number 8: Southmoor Park

Median rent for a two-bedroom apartment in March 2016: $1,620

Number 7: Lowry Field

Median rent for a two-bedroom apartment in March 2016: $1,650

Number 6: Hampden South

Median rent for a two-bedroom apartment in March 2016: $1,690

Continue to keep counting down the most expensive Denver neighborhoods to rent a two-bedroom apartment this month.

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