As the most populous city in the Mountain region, Denver's a popular place to look for apartments to rent, primarily because its thriving culture, recreation and economic market make it a dynamic global city.
The Mile High City was founded in 1858 as a relatively diminutive mining camp, but over the years it has developed into a top destination for apartment residents looking for big city living with a mix of modern and natural amenities. Denver features hundreds of city parks ranging in size and features, anchored by the 314-acre City Park. The park is also home to the Denver Zoo and the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, as well as a golf course, lakes and a boathouse, all locations that apartment residents often frequent on a day in the park.
Denver's status as a transportation and economic hub has made it a popular location for corporate headquarters, and workers from around the country seek apartments in the city in order to be close to the action. Apartment renters also attend a number of top education institutions, including the University of Denver, Johnson & Wales University and the University of Colorado.
Apartment residents can get a taste of the city's cultural scene at the Denver Performing Arts Complex - the second largest center for the arts in the country - and the city's art museum, as well as a number of popular venues and music halls. Denver also has a thriving professional sports scene, featuring a team in each of the major four U.S. sports. Baseball's Rockies, football's Broncos, hockey's Avalanche and basketball's Nuggets all play their games in Denver.
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