Denver walk score

Denver is the 16th most walkablelarge city in the U.S. with a Walk Score of 60.
Denver’s most walkable neighborhoods are Central Business DistrictNorth Capitol Hilland Capitol Hill.

Denver

Walk Score: 60
Transit Score: 47
Average Rent: $1,157
Population: 596,983
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Denver Neighborhoods

Denver is the 16th most walkable city in the U.S. with a Walk Score of 60. In Denver, 46% of residents have a Walk Score of 70 or above.
Rank

Name

Walk Score

Population

1 Central Business District 96 3,631
2 North Capitol Hill 91 5,662
3 Capitol Hill 90 14,662
4 Civic Center 90 1,586
5 Baker 89 4,887
6 Lincoln Park 87 6,089
7 Union Station 87 4,175
8 Cherry Creek 86 5,575
9 Platt Park 85 5,387
10 Five Points 85 12,855
11 Cheesman Park 84 7,960
12 City Park 82 3,080
13 Congress Park 80 10,273
14 Speer 80 10,903
15 City Park West 80 4,794

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Denver Apartments and RentalsView on Map

Average Denver Rents: 1 bedroom: $984, 2 bedroom: $1294, 3 bedroom: $1800, 4 bedroom: $2035
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