Renters in Denver better have a fist full of dollars if they want to find housing.
While it’s no surprise that Colorado is expensive, an analysis by Rent Cafe revealed how much cash renters have to pony up to live in the state’s most expensive zip codes, mostly found near Denver and Boulder.
The title for priciest rent goes to the Congress Park/Cherry Creek area. There, renters spend about $2,000 per month, nearly 50% higher than the $1,350 national average. Englewood and Cherry Hills Village are close behind with rents costing $1,914 and $1,891, respectively.
– Leah Steinberg, The 100 Companies