Denver

64
Ranked in the 40th percentile

Denver

  • Denver is ranked #221 in Colorado
  • Denver is ranked #17,475 in the USA
  • Lots of Local Amenities
  • Sunny Weather
  • High Income per Capita
  • Stable Housing Market
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Best Neighborhoods In & Around Denver, CO

PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Cherry Creek, Denver802.66,586
Lodo, Denver790.88,519
Alamo Placita, Denver791.511,380
Washington Park, Denver772.714,825
PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Stapleton, Denver777.219,385
Park Villas, Aurora7611.6141
Central East Denver, Denver753.764,393
University, Denver754.817,164

Best Cities Near Denver, CO

PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Superior, CO851612,928
Louisville, CO8417.919,972
Pine Brook Hill, CO8426.61,091
Cherry Creek, CO822.612,053
PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Bow Mar, CO828.41,047
Cherry Hills Village, CO827.46,414
Meridian, CO8215.83,327
Rock Creek Park, CO8125.657
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Not the Right Place for Me - Could be Good for Many Others

Attractions7/10
Community1/10
Nightlife4/10
Dining4/10
Shopping6/10
I lived in Denver for around 2 years. I was fooled by visiting a few times before that it's a dynamic US city that can compare to the coasts. Well, it isn't. As others have said, if you're used to living in larger cities like Los Angeles, Dallas, Houston, NYC, Boston, etc Denver will more than likely provide disappointment and regret. There are PROS: The weather is ideal. Winters aren't bad at all compared to say MN or NJ, but snow can and will start in October and happen as late as May. It does go away fast as temperatures can be 80 degrees as early as February. Outdoor activities are abundant, but if you're a homebody you can stick out like a sore thumb. There are many affordable bars and restaurants. Denver can be walkable and good for biking depending on where you live. Neighborhoods are quite charming. Despite my type A personality, I met and retained a lot of good friends in DEN even after I moved out. The BAD: People are very passive aggressive - there is a lot of Midwest influence here as many move from places like Iowa or Wisconsin to get out of their small conservative bubbles in favor of the "big city" (lot's of sheltered adults, you catch my drift.) The service at bars and restaurants is SLOW, that will piss anybody from the coasts off. In the workplace, I've never witnessed more games and indirectness. HOA associations are crooked and stupid. They also play games. Anybody that works hard and is direct will likely become an outcast fast. And that's just sad. The dating scene here is horrible, I never encountered so many self centered sanctimonious women. It was rated the worst place to date in the nation last year. It's easy to rub people the wrong way by having any kind of an outside opinion here, or giving people advice. The local neighborhood bar for instance has "Monday Morning Meetings" to discuss the behavior of their regulars. Seriously? Who the hell does this? I go to bars in L.A. where I live and I'm beloved there, what gives as to why I'm not liked in Denver is beyond me. Cost of living and traffic is going up, but not nearly as bad as many larger metro areas. And altitude sickness is real, you'll get hungover fast and feel like you want to pass out. You'll have to drink so much water that you'll be peeing every 15 minutes. I can't see Denver being a good city for old people because of the altitude and exposure to extra radiation. Denver is probably a great city to move with a family, or if you're a stable couple in need of change. But for most other direct and smart people, I can't recommend it.
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The Good and Bad about Denver, CO I've heard a lot of really good things about Denver and some not so good things on Denver. I'm hoping some locals can shed some light. First, let's start with the good stuff. I've heard that there housing market and local economy is fairly strong, all things considered. Housing is affordable, neighborhoods are safe and employment rates are below the national average, at around 8%. I've also heard that there …
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Furniture stores in Denver or nearby? Hello, what furniture brands would you recommend. I'm interested in wooden cabinets to my kitchen, but not too expensive?
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Source: The Denver, CO data and statistics displayed above are derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).