Denver is one of the fastest growing cities in the United States: in the last decade more than 100,000 people have moved to the city, with more arriving every day. It’s easy to understand why, since Denver is set against the dramatic backdrop of the Rocky Mountains and has a booming tech sector and a thriving arts and culture scene.Now Blueground has come to town with flexible, beautifully furnished move-in ready apartments in three neighborhoods. Each of these areas is convenient, safe, and makes an ideal home base for exploring all the Mile High City has to offer—and Blueground’s streamlined check-in process means that our guests can get out to see the sights as soon as they arrive.
This quaint neighborhood located just north of downtown is notable for its Victorian architecture and the bars, restaurants, and shops along 32nd Avenue in Highland Square, one of the city’s most vibrant streets. The neighborhood’s eclectic dining scene includes Linger, a small-plates restaurant with a global focus housed in a former mortuary, and Root Down, where trendy New American fare is served up inside a converted gas station.
This northside neighborhood is also home to local favorites like Novo Coffee, where the fair-trade beans are roasted in-house daily, Sweet Cow, an independent creamery with divine ice cream, and West Side Books, where bibliophiles will find collectible and used books along with the latest releases.
The LoDo district—the name is local shorthand for “Lower Downtown”—comprises 25 blocks in historic downtown Denver. The neighborhood is home to Coors Field, where the Colorado Rockies baseball team plays, the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, and the one-of-a-kind Denver Selfie Museum.
You won’t want to miss downtown highlights like the pedestrian-only 16th Street Mall, historic Union Station, and always hopping Larimer Square, where you can stroll between popular dining spots and boutique shops. The local restaurant scene includes the Delectable Egg, famous for its omelets and pancakes, and steakhouse Urban Farmer Denver, where all meats and produce are locally sourced. All Blueground apartments have fully equipped kitchens, so guests will also want to stock up on Japanese ingredients at Pacific Mercantile Company.
Short for River North, RiNo (it’s pronounced like rhino, not Reno) is a neighborhood set along the banks of the South Platte River with a thriving cultural scene. The neighborhood, a former industrial sector, has become one of Denver’s hubs for development and culture. The entire area is peppered with murals by local artists—so many that there’s an official Denver Graffiti Tour. Notable restaurants include Il Posto, serving up modern Italian cuisine, Israeli hotspot Safta, and Hop Alley, known for its regional Chinese fare.
RiNo also has an abundance of craft breweries. Beer lovers can plan the ultimate pub crawl with options like Bierstadt Lagerhouse, Blackshirt Brewing, Odell Brewing Company, Mockery Brewing Company, Our Mutual Friend Brewery, and Ratio Beerworks.
Every turnkey Blueground apartment is professionally decorated with high-end furniture and linens and stocked with everything our guests need. We’re constantly adding new apartments to our inventory of more than 3,000 homes worldwide and will soon expand into Denver’s Capitol Hill and Cherry Creek neighborhoods so that even more of our guests can enjoy the city’s unique energy.