Central Business District Denver

Central Business District Denver

Live, work, and play downtown in Denver’s lively concrete jungle.

Bustling · Urban · Central · Walkable · Professional

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There’s never a dull moment in this lively neighborhood. Residents live in the middle of downtown Denver. Home to some of the finest dining and best-loved bars, the Central Business District is most comparable to living in a big city.

The name stems from it being the commercial core of Denver. Other than the constant motion of street performers, tourists, and nine-to-fivers, this neighborhood remains fairly calm and especially quiet on weekends. Luckily, the location is so central that having a car is only necessary for those looking to escape for a weekend trip to the mountains. If your top priority is having an easy commute to work, you should check out the Central Business District.

The housing options in downtown Denver are primarily luxury high-rises with spectacular city views and impressive amenities. This neighborhood brings a slower pace compared to Lower Downtown (LoDo). It’s a great place to host visitors and to meet new people.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Many refer to downtown simply as the CBD - Central Business District. While the name says it all, the area is filled with great restaurants, performing arts centers, and shopping.
The average rent in Central Business District, Denver is $2,415 based on the last 3 months of data.
The average apartment size in Central Business District, Denver is 932ft² based on the last 3 months of data.
The lowest monthly rent in Central Business District over the past 3 months is $1,375 for a 1 bedroom apartment, and the most expensive unit is $7,296 for a 2 bedroom apartment.
There are 81 units available for rent in Central Business District, Denver as of 20 hours ago.

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