1050 Sherman St, Denver, CO- Capitol Hill
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Overall rating of 4.0 / 5 based on 1 renter review
4.0 / 5
Older building obviously has its share of problems (not great ventilation and no central air, old windows that can be hard to open, water pressure in the sinks is pretty bad) but management is good enough for me, parking is convenient, the area is amazing and honestly the best part. Also relatively low price compared to a lot of the newer buildings in the same area. Overall a very positive experience.
What did you like most?
Huge living space, awesome location, quiet unit, good wifi connection, fun environment and nice neighbors.
What did you like least?
A/C is a window unit that only cools the living room leaving the bedrooms super hot. Indoor amenities (pool table, library, coffee/tea, etc) are only open when the leasing office is open making them virtually useless if you work a normal hour job.
Belmont Buckingham Overview and Highlights
Belmont Buckingham is a rental apartment in Capitol Hill.
1050 Sherman St, Denver CO
Near Belmont Buckingham
One of Denver’s oldest neighborhoods, Capitol Hill (or Cap Hill) was built by some of Denver’s earliest and wealthiest residents. Gorgeous mansions with unique charm line the streets and capture the richness and beauty of the pre-modern era. This area (and neighboring Cheesman Park) had mostly single-family homes until 1893 when Denver’s economy plummeted during the Silver Crash. Then, the city began building multi-family housing, and some mansions were even split into multiple, affordable units.
Although there is a historic vibe, Capitol Hill is known for great nightlife. An abundance of hip bars, trendy coffee shops, late-night eateries, museums, and old school theaters ensure you always have something to do. East Colfax Avenue is lined with dozens of places you could easily become a regular at. The Civic Center neighborhood sits directly west and hosts festivals, concerts, food trucks, marathons, and more.
This walkable neighborhood is home to many Denver landmarks, including the beloved Molly Brown House Museum, the History Colorado Center, the Capitol Building (not surprisingly), and the Governor’s Mansion.
This neighborhood has a mix of weathered, renovated, and brand new buildings, providing a sliding scale of options and price points available. This means one beds are starting around $1300 for more seasoned but renovated buildings.
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