Get the scoop on the best studio apartments Denver has to offer. Studio apartments are often the unsung heroes of the rental world. They offer residents a minimalist approach to daily life in large cities while providing a more affordable housing option. If you’re looking for studio apartments, Denver offers beautiful units in some of the most coveted locations. Plus they’re much more affordable than shoebox studios you see living in big cities such as New York.
Studio apartments are easy to clean, require less furniture, and cost less to maintain. Plus, with all the extra time and money you’ll save on living in a studio, you can get out and enjoy Denver and the mountains more. We’ve interviewed our AptAmigo team to get their take on the best studio apartments Denver has to offer. We based it on building amenities, spacious floor plans, and ideal neighborhoods.
Then, if you’re still not sure which neighborhood your perfect studio apartment is in, we outlined each Denver neighborhood for you here. Or, keep reading to see what buildings we consider the best studio apartments Denver has to offer.
20th Street Station
Pricing: $1,500 – $1,800
What the team says: “Great city and mountain views, and some of them have a partition wall that gives it more of a one-bedroom feel rather than a studio.” – Jordan
At the heart of Denver’s vibrant Five Points neighborhood stands this beautiful, modern apartment building. Steps from the light rail and within walking distance to numerous bars and restaurants, 20th Street Station gives residents convenient access to the mile-high city’s coolest neighborhoods.
It’s state-of-the-art studio apartments include stainless steel appliances, key-less entry, USB outlets, and round-the-clock package services. Studios are spacious and well designed, with 9 ft. ceilings, ample storage space, and a balcony overlooking downtown. Your 20th Street Station studio offers some of the best creature comforts while placing you in the center of the action.
Pricing: $1,700 – $2,000
What the team says: “It has a partition wall that you can move, which not many studios have. They have studios with balconies and you can’t beat the location.”- Jordan
The Lower Highlands neighborhood of Denver is one of the most coveted and fastest-growing. The streets are lined with top-rated restaurants, killer bars, and unique concert venues. Its close proximity to Union Station gives LoHi House residents direct access to the Light Rail, Metro Ride, and Mall Ride.
LoHi House’s stellar studio apartments feel even bigger thanks to oversized windows and ample natural light. Its mobile partition walls allow residents to define the space according to their needs. Plus, no studio has a bad view and residents will enjoy scenic Rocky Mountain panoramas or sweeping views of Denver’s downtown.
Cortland Cap Hill
Pricing: $1,600 – $2,000
What the team says: “Cortland Cap Hill is awesome, they have unique floor plans, great mountain views, and huge windows. Plus there are Nest thermostats in every unit.”- Connor
These brand-new apartments are one of Denver’s hottest deals. Modera provides incredible amenities including a pet spa, yoga room, elevated pool and spa deck, and a rooftop lounge. Residents won’t want to linger inside with these awesome outdoor spaces. Modern studios include Nest thermostats and, contrary to traditional studio design, each unit employs a unique floor plan.
Cortland Cap Hill’s large windows give dwellers sweeping mountain views. Its location is just minutes from the 16th Street Mall, South Broadway, the Golden Triangle, and downtown. With a walk score of 93 and a bike score of 96, residents will never run out of things to do living in these conveniently located apartments.
Pricing: $1,300 – $1,800
What the team says: “They have very large Urban One Bedrooms, some as big as 700 sq ft!” – Connor
Live like a royal at 1600 Glenarm. This luxury apartment building’s amenities include an in-home massage therapist, car-detailing service, movie theater with airplay, and a 24-hour valet. Glenarm also provides awesome entertainment options like a game room with pool, Foosball, and ping-pong tables. Its rooftop deck outfitted with yard games make for the perfect afternoon summer BBQ locale. You truly may never want to leave.
1600 Glenarm is at the heart of downtown Denver, meaning residents of its spacious studios have access to fantastic dining, drinking, and music. Urban One Bedrooms can get up to 700 square feet and walk-in closets give apartment dwellers plenty of living space and storage solutions.
Emery West Highland
Pricing: $1,400 – $1,800
What the team says: “Awesome city views with a great amenity floor and clean, new units.” – Sean
The studios at Emery West Highland don’t really feel like studios. The walk-in closets, high ceilings, and large windows make each place feel open and airy. Apartment features include keyless entry, quartz counter tops, plank flooring, full-size washers and dryers, and private balconies.
Emery’s studios are created in seven different floor plans so residents can select a style that best fits their preferences. Amenities here include a resort-style pool, hot tub, bike service center, dog wash, and clubhouse. Life at the West Highland apartment is both comfortable and convenient.
If you find apartment hunting daunting, reach out to AptAmigo. We love helping residents find the best studio apartments Denver has for them. Let us show you that finding your next apartment can be fun! Contact AptAmigo today to find your dream apartment, at no additional cost to you.
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Abigail is a freelance writer who loves exploring new places - especially in the southwest - and moved into her van full time last fall. When she's not working on writing gigs to support her #vanlife endeavors, she loves packrafting alpine lakes, floating lazy rivers, and trail running.