Ten Largest New Rental Developments in Denver

The high rent prices in Denver have led to a rental development boom.

According to a new study by Rent Cafe, the largest rental projects in metro Denver in 2015 added a staggering 3,300 new units of inventory.

Indeed, the top property on the following list is responsible for 390 units all by itself.

And as you'll see, the places are pretty damn spectacular.

Count down the photo-illustrated top ten below, featuring Rent Cafe stats and data — and to see the original post, featuring additional photos and property descriptions, click here.

Number 10. Broadstone Blake Street: 164 rental units

Address: 2120 Blake Street, Denver, CO 80205
Rental types: 129 one-bedroom apartments, 39 two-bedroom apartments
Property size: 126,001 sq.ft., 5- and 6-story building

Completed: 06/23/2015

Number 9. Hartley Flats at Twenty Seventh: 165 rental units

Address: 2749 Walnut Street, Denver, CO 80205
Rental types: 126 one-bedroom apartments, 39 two-bedroom apartments
Property size: 137,113 sq.ft., 4-story building

Completed: 12/22/2015

Number 8. The Casey: 187 rental units

Address: 2100 Delgany St, Denver, CO 80202
Rental types: 19 studios, 91 one-bedroom apartments, 72 two-bedroom apartments
Property size: 175,536 sq.ft., 4- and 5-story building

Completed: 09/15/2015

Number 7. Point 21: 212 rental units

Address: 2123 Lawrence Street, Denver, CO 80205
Rental types: 177 one-bedroom apartments, 35 two-bedroom apartments
Property size: 169,161 sq.ft., 6-story building

Completed: 06/25/2015

Number 6. Steele Creek: 218 rental units

Address: 3222 East 1st Avenue, Denver, CO 80206
Rental types: 35 studio, 89 one-bedroom apartments, 91 two-bedroom apartments, 77 three-bedroom apartments
Property size: 213,723 sq.ft., 2-, 7-, and 10-story building — over retail

Completed: 07/17/2015

Continue to keep counting down the ten largest new rental developments in Denver.

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