Cherry Creek

Neighborhood Scores

Using a combo of our local, expert knowledge + third-party stats from Yardi, here's our scorecard to help you find your next favorite neighborhood!

Avg Rent

$1,520
$1,938
$2,119

Walkability

8

Public Transportation

4.9
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What Its Known For

The first true suburb south of the city
Cherry Creek Trail
Very upscale: luxury apartments/townhomes, high-end shopping, boutique hotels

Pros

Cherry Creek Shopping Center
Walking distance to fine dining, high-end shops and trendy bars

Cons

Frequent construction
Paid parking
High rental rates

Home to Denver’s first SoulCycle, Cherry Creek is known for its high-end shops, trendy bars and fine-dining restaurants (within walking distance, no less), making it one of Denver’s fanciest neighborhoods. In fact, the Cherry Creek North shopping center offers 50 places to dine/snack and more than 100 places to shop; we’re talking designer boutiques, upscale home goods, jewelers and more.

If spending an entire paycheck in an afternoon isn’t always your style, get down with some casual burgers and beers at Cherry Cricket, tacos and margs at Machete, or satisfy even the most extreme dietary restrictions at True Food Kitchen. Car owner’s can be prepared to pay to park almost everywhere (lots and street meters), but if you prefer public transport, there are a ton of bus routes! 

Although mostly occupied by single-family homes and private condos, frequent construction has sprinkled a handful of luxury apartments throughout the area.

Don’t just take our word for it. See what our friends say!

I love the rooftop bars, amazing restaurants, and shopping. You can literally spend all day and night here!

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