With limitless options right outside your door, it's easy to grow accustomed to the Denver International Airport lifestyle. Families will feel right at home in Denver International Airport, which offers shops and conveniences that suit both parents and kids. 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 Northeast and Singletree.
Eating, Drinking and Recreation Near the Apartments for Rent
Quench your thirst at Spice Of Life, one of the neighborhood establishments. On top of that, easy and delicious grub can be ordered up at Wing Street and McDonald's. Both restaurants are in the neighborhood.
Head to Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge and unwind with some fresh air.
Take a look at the Yelp page to find even more places to eat and drink in Denver International Airport.
Re Source Sales Yard and Colorado West Western Shops are only a few of the many retailers located in Denver International Airport. For retail shops and stores, the apartment rentals in Denver International Airport are also conveniently located next to Colorado Collection-DIA.
Neighborhood Schools and Districts
The schools near the apartments in Denver International Airport are Martin Luther King Middle College, Otho E Stuart Middle School and The Academy At High Point. The school information here serves as an approximation of what districts your children might attend, but be sure to speak with school district officials to confirm the precise schools serving apartments in the area.
Among Brighton School District 27-J middle schools, Otho E Stuart Middle School has the lowest student-teacher ratio at 19-to-1.
In the Brighton School District 27-J, there are 15 elementary schools, 10 middle schools and six high schools. The ratio of students to teachers and the size of the student body is smaller in Brighton School District 27-J than in Denver Public Schools. Brighton School District 27-J has more blue ribbons and a higher Great Schools score than the Denver Public district.
Demographics and Cost of Living
The cost of living in Denver International Airport is lower than it is in Northeast. The average household spends $36.4K/year in total expenditures, compared to Northeast's $91.9K/year.
Denver International Airport is distinct from neighboring Northeast by average household size and the percentage of households in the neighborhood that have children. There are 2.28 people per household in Denver International Airport and 2.84 people per household in Northeast. With respect to the percentage of households with children, 48% have children in Denver International Airport and in Northeast it's 38% of households with children.