Colorado Apartments

Apartments and Rentals in Colorado (CO)

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Largest Cities in Colorado

There are a number of large urban centers in Colorado, including Denver, its state capital. Denver not only is a popular metropolitan hub, it’s also Colorado’s largest city and home to plenty of excellent apartments. Colorado Springs and Pueblo also are sizeable cities that offer reasonably priced rentals.

Other Large Cities in Colorado

If the largest of Colorado’s cities aren’t where you want to rent, this Rocky Mountain state also offers smaller urban communities that might suit your rental tastes and needs. Apartment listings from popular areas in Colorado include the cities of Parker, Littleton and Grand Junction.

 

Average July Rental Rates in Colorado


Bedrooms Rent Diff*
Studio $979 (22)
One Bedroom $1,039 (95)
Two Bedroom $1,257 (90)
Three Bedroom $1,549 (80)
note: when compared with the national average

 

Colorado Rental Rates as Compared to States Nearby


State Rent Diff
Colorado $1257 -
Wyoming $853 (-404)
Utah $939 (-318)
New Mexico $827 (-430)
Nebraska $881 (-376)
Kansas $818 (-439)
 

Rental Trends in Colorado


Month Rent Change
February $1273 -
March $1270 (-3)
April $1253 (-17)
May $1254 (1)
June $1292 (38)
July $1257 (-35)
 

Information about Colorado

In Colorado, the locations for rental availabilities run the gamut from large urban centers to small rural communities. All throughout this beautiful state, potential renters will have a wide range of apartments to choose from, so let MyApartmentMap help narrow your search.

Ranked as the 22nd most populous state in the nation, Colorado’s overall population has exploded over the past several years. As of 2009, the total populace stands at about 5 million people, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. From government jobs to careers in agriculture, Colorado residents have a wide range of professions. The state is represented by a strong high-tech workforce. The state of Colorado also has several top rated post-secondary schools and is home to United States Air Force Academy.

Colorado is marked by its expansive natural beauty. Landforms range from snow-covered mountains to deep rugged canyons. Winter activities like skiing and snowboarding are extremely popular in Colorado. Also known as the Centennial State, Colorado is without a doubt a hub for outdoor recreation. Residents and visitors alike can enjoy all the natural wonder offered in famous parks like Rocky Mountain National Park. If nightlife attractions are more for your taste, then world-class restaurants and excellent music can be at your fingertips in places like Denver and Boulder.