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Top 10 neighborhoods in Denver according to MapQuest's new mqVibe website

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MapQuest has launched a new website, mqVibe, which attempts to rank the best neighborhoods in various communities around these United States. The rankings reportedly combine user votes, "interactions" on the main MapQuest site and so-called "external data" to arrive at its conclusions.

What neighborhoods top the list in Denver? Count them down below.

10. Stapleton: 8.9 9. Union Station: 9.0 8. Uptown: 9.1 7. Highland: 9.1 6. Lower Downtown: 9.2 5. Cherry Creek: 9.4 4. Washington Virginia Vale: 9.5 3. Golden Triangle: 9.6 2. City Park: 9.7 1. Downtown: 10.0

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