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Best Neighborhoods In & Around Denver, CO

PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Dayton Triangle, Aurora797.47,850
Meadow Hills, Aurora7611.16,085
Sable Altura Chambers, Aurora739.17,208
Side Creek, Aurora7312.65,691
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Heather Gardens, Aurora7310.15,227
Rocky Ridge, Aurora7210.65,863
Meadow Wood, Aurora7211.55,390
Aurora Highlands, Aurora7211.711,997

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Glendale CDP, CO863.878
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Seven Hills, CO8327.298
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Pine Brook Hill, CO8226.61,091
Louisville, CO7917.919,972
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Columbine Valley, CO789.91,190
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I was excited to move to Denver. Even though I'm originally from nearby ever since I've moved to Denver I've constantly been made to feel like I'm part of "new denver" and am somehow intruding on other people just by existing here and visiting the establishments I enjoy. There is a "shaming" attitude towards people moving here and many other people I've met here have told me they feel the same way. A lot of the Denver natives I've met have never left the state or the zip code where they were born and have an attitude that "Denver is the best place" and seem to be really full of themselves even though compared to larger cities and cultures they would be considered somewhat closeminded. There are a lot of people here who seem to have small town mentalities and are mainstream in their tastes, clothing, and approach to life. Denver has a very midwestern feel and is a town that is traditionally a ranching/western community. In the 2000s I used to visit by bus and walk around downtown and it was dead with not a lot going on. There is obvious tension now with people who enjoyed the quiet Denver life and are suddenly confronted with large amounts of people moving here. It makes a really weird social dynamic with transplants feeling out of place and defending how long they've been here as well as idolizing natives (which seems to only add to their unwarranted) narcissism. I've also found the job market to be highly competitive and a lot of jobs here to pay between $12-16 with the average cost of a 1-bedroom in a comfortable apartment building to be around $1400-$1800 a month. It's really stressful financially to live here. There are some job opportunities in start up tech but those jobs can really grind you down and are typically high turnover rates. I've found people I've met here to be mean and not friendly. Restaurants are also very expensive. I work a full-time job and work part time jobs on the side to stay afloat. It feels like price gouging. There have been two nationally covered mass shootings in Denver (Columbine and the Aurora Movie Theater shooting). A sad and unfortunate observation of the city, but one I think needs to be portrayed because there is an aggressive understated energy here that is hard to ignore. Parking is really stressful and driving here has been frightening at times because people are out of control. Not to mention the hoards of Lyft drivers who stop all over the road with their hazard lights on and congest traffic downtown. I've found the dating scene to be dismal I've had better luck in other places. The food is definitely good and there are a lot of health food restaurants which is one pro of the city. Another pro is the quiet of the surrounding open space. Denver is on a brown plain and is not as congested or "boxed in" as other suburban communities like Los Angeles or New York. There is a peace felt here and it is a great size for a city. Since there is a lot of growth there are opportunities to get involved in side hobbies that you would not experience at bigger cities where the talent pool is much higher.
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philly to colorado Hey all, first off, thanks so much for reading this and your efforts to lead me in the right direction! I currently live in philadelphia, and am visiting the Denver/Fort Collins area at the end of the month for the first time with strong interests in moving when my lease is up in the spring here in Philadelphia. A bit about myself, I am 27 and would be moving on …
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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).