City Park West is a densely populated part of Denver that is home to about 5,000 hardworking people. In your hunt for a new place, be sure to keep your options open and have a look at the apartments available for rent in neighboring Five Points and Capitol Hill.
Cost of Living and Select Demographics
City Park West is more affordable than other urban areas in Denver, such as Five Points, though it offers a similar city lifestyle. Nevertheless, in annual household spending, City Park West reports an average of $39.2K/year, while Five Points spends an average of $49.9K/year.
The neighborhood of Five Points is somewhat different from City Park West in terms of median age and household size, although comparable by percentage of households with children. In City Park West the median age is 36, while in Five Points it's 30. The average household size for the neighborhood is 1.47 people, and it's 1.69 people in Five Points. Of households in City Park West and Five Points, 10% and 7% have children, respectively.
Dining, Drinking and Recreation
If drinks are on the agenda, try one of the local options, like Thin Man. Additionally, chain and franchise restaurants like Papa John's Pizza and Marco's Pizza are to be found in the neighborhood.
City Park West residents are spoiled with a slew of artistic events, and enjoy access to all that Denver Young Artists Orchestra has to offer.
Check out City Park West's Yelp page for a more comprehensive list of have fun in City Park West.
For those who love to shop, a number of trendy boutiques are located betweetn E. 17th Ave. and E. 19th Ave. in City Park West.
Local Schools and School Districts
The schools near the apartments in City Park West are East High School, Morey Middle School and St. Elizabeth's School. Contact your local school district representatives for more information on what schools serve the listed address for your apartment.
The 100 elementary schools, 52 middle schools and 34 high schools in the Denver Public district have a different proportion of students to teachers along with a different student-body size than Aurora Public Schools, with the former boasting lower ratios and fewer overall students. Denver Public district has a higher Great Schools score and more blue ribbon schools than the Aurora Public district.