Virginia Village Neighborhood Guide

Virginia Village Neighborhood Guide

Enjoy an active residential vibe in this up-and-coming neighborhood just southeast of Downtown.

Suburban · Up-and-coming · Walkable · Green

Virginia Village offers a peaceful, suburban feel just a stone’s throw away from downtown Denver. With parks and green space speckled throughout, it’s easy to forget that you’re just a quick commute to bustling city life. While this neighborhood has only recently started getting noticed, it has plenty to offer residents.

Located southeast of Cherry Creek, Virginia Village is perfect for those looking to escape hectic city life but enjoy all the conveniences it offers. More restaurants and cocktail bars will be introduced to the neighborhood as the area continues to develop. Plans for improving this neighborhood by building more dining, drinking, and office spaces were approved in 2018 by the Denver City Council.

Locals flock to this neighborhood for the amazing outdoor space and active opportunities it offers. With the Cherry Creek Trail running throughout Virginia Village and the surrounding green space, it’s easy to get outside during one of Denver’s 300+ days of sunshine.

With few restaurants and bars, you’ll find a quiet escape from city life in this vibrant and charming neighborhood. The streets are lined with mostly mid-century modern single-family homes and luxury residential buildings.

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Neighborhood Life

The vibe here is very similar to Platt Park and Speer. Virginia Village is a laid-back neighborhood with a perfect balance of green space. Locals are extremely friendly, so it isn’t hard to fit in here (especially if you enjoy outdoor activities). While this neighborhood is mostly single-family homes, a few multi-unit housing complexes are starting to pop up here and there. With all Virginia Village has to offer, this neighborhood will see demand rise in the coming years.

Local Hangouts

You’ll find locals grabbing a pint of craft beer at Esters neighborhood pub while sampling their eclectic—and highly regarded— pizza menu. Take a stroll through Ash Grove Park with your dog and layout in the sun at this peaceful and popular green space. Get your Croissant fix at Detour bakery and hop across the street to wash it down with locally roasted coffee from The Sojourner’s Coffee & Tea shop.

Things to Know

Virginia Village is a highly-sought-after area, and home prices can be higher than in other Denver neighborhoods. Luckily, new luxury buildings are being built that allow individuals to experience this neighborhood's charm without a huge price tag.

As this neighborhood continues to grow and blossom into its own space, more dining and entertainment options will become available. Within Virginia Village, you’ll find a strong community, eager to see the neighborhood flourish.

Frequently Asked Questions

Within Denver, Virginia Village is often recognized as one of the top neighborhoods to live in. Many bars, restaurants, cafes, and parks can be found throughout the area, giving Virginia Village a very urban feel.
The average rent in Virginia Village, Denver is $1,901 based on the last 3 months of data.
The average apartment size in Virginia Village, Denver is 855ft² based on the last 3 months of data.
The lowest monthly rent in Virginia Village over the past 3 months is $1,129 for a studio apartment, and the most expensive unit is $3,727 for a 3 bedroom apartment.
There are 105 units available for rent in Virginia Village, Denver as of 14 hours ago.

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