Located just outside of Cherry Creek, Alton Green Apartments in Denver, Colorado offer an urban oasis featuring spacious one and two bedrooms apartment homes, all renovated for maximum luxury, right outside of the hustle and bustle of metropolitan Denver. Just minutes from downtown Denver, Alton Green offers the convenience of city life with the solace and serenity of natural living. Centrally located near Cherry Creek Shopping Center and just a short distance to downtown Denver or Denver Tech Center, Alton Green puts you right in the heart of the Mile High City/'s best -- from boutiques and small businesses, to dining, coffee shops, shopping centers, and much more.
Located off the famous Highline Canal Trail, Alton Green is also a perfect Denver apartment for those looking to get closer to nature. With an incredible natural landscape surrounded by incredible parks. Just minutes from Cheyenne Arapaho Park and Welch Park, Alton Green is ideally suited to take in the great outdoors, located near Cherry Creek Reservoir.
I have lived here for almost 4 years and have never had any issues. The leasing office is always helpful, maintenance is timely, have never had any security issues, and the complex is mostly pretty quiet. I love it!
The staff are genuinely top notch. I am always greeted by name and everyone is very friendly and always interested in making you feel welcome.
The office staff is amazing, we always get help with anything we need (maintenance, questions, etc).
The office staff are very friendly and competent people who have become closer to friends than any other apartment complex I've lived at. They take issues seriously, have never been rude, and are incredibly courteous. The maintenance staff are friendly, competent, and motivated as well. This is a place I feel safe in, where I don't have to worry about big city problems (as much). I like this place enough that when my lease expired, I chose to renew and just move to another apartment!
I like the location, price point, pool, coffee, fitness center and the office staff. I just wish there were more community events to get to know my neighbors. (Nothing that would cost much for the owners because I don't want my rent raised) something like a cookie exchange, bingo or pot luck.