Ideally located within minutes of Cherry Creek, the Aurora Mall, Lowry, Stapleton, and Downtown Denver, Stratford at Lowry offers upgraded one and two bedroom apartments for rent in Denver, CO. Nestled in a quiet and welcoming neighborhood in east Denver, Stratford at Lowry has all the best of urban living: just a short bike ride to Exposition Park, close to RTD bus lines, and convenient to major highways.
You?ll love our spacious and renovated floor plans, featuring stainless steel appliances, including a dishwasher and disposal, espresso cabinetry, brushed nickel finishes, and upgraded lighting and plumbing fixtures that all add up to a sleek, modern design. Wood-burning fireplaces keep your home cozy and you?ll love sipping coffee on your private patio or balcony every morning, enjoying those beautiful Colorado views.
When you live at Stratford at Lowry, you?ll also enjoy our convenient business center, keep active with our sport court and fitness center, take a dip in our crystal clear swimming pool, and little ones will swing away the day at our playground. Plus, you?ll be just a short bike ride to the Lowry Town Center, Exposition Park, golf courses, and the Highline Canal Trail. If you?d rather hop on public transportation, we are just 5 minutes from the Alameda and Havana bus station.
Plus, Stratford at Lowry has plenty of upgrades in store! Our residents will soon be enjoying a brand new fitness center, updated business center, new-and-improved playground, expanded pool deck, and an off-leash dog park!
I was told that my apartment would be newly renovated and everything would be brand new. Whoever renovated the apartment did a terrible job. Paint is chipping, the heat was stuck on (in the summer), my kitchen has flooded two or three times, and the toilet is loose. The office and the maintenance team gives me attitude almost every time I complain about my apartment. Also, one of the major reasons I decided to live here was the pool and it was closed for the summer. Extremely disappointed.
People generally keep to themselves, which I'm not used to, but I'm sure that will change with time. I'm used to close neighborhood ties.