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I have lived in most of the areas throughout Denver and the top three that come to mind that are in close proximity to a lot of awesome bars and restaurants are the Highlands, the Ballpark neighborhood downtown, which is near Coors Field and Uptown!
If you need any help in your search please feel free to contact me. I worked in property management and now I am on the real estate side! Best of luck!
Madison and Company
(303) 847 - 2312
I would be more than happy to speak with you and can point you in the right direction.
Congrats on grad school and moving to Denver. You wont regret it!
Some of the neighborhoods you should consider, if you want to be close to - but not in - downtown.: Washington Park, the DU area, Bonnie Brae, Belcaro, University Park, Bible Park, and some part of Englewood. Purchase price and rent rates will vary considerably.
If you're into mid-century modern architecture, you should consider Krisana Park, Virginia Village, and Lynwood. Kind of eclectic neighborhoods,
If you want to be in the thick of it, near the ballparks and downtown nightlife, there are some lofts in and around the Riverfront area that would be worth a look (not the most affordable). If they're in the budget, check out The Glass House at 1700 Bassett. Very cool. Not cheap. Others near there are also worth a look.
Happy to show you some homes in different communities if you're in the market to buy.
HomeSmart Realty Group