Virginia Village

Renowned Small Town
Virginia Village began as a town back in 1864 and acted as an agricultural and rural area for most of its history. It was occupied by farmers, growing crops like horseradish, grain, and asparagus. It has since evolved and has become a traditional neighborhood in the present day. Many young families choose to live here for the suburban atmosphere with the city only a short drive away. On the outskirts of town is Cook Park, a popular hotspot for townies to visit. Picnics, outdoor pools, and sports fields are all available to the public there.

Virginia Village also has a plethora of eateries to choose from when thirsty or hungry. Restaurants and bars are scattered throughout town, and among them, many are highly rated. Restaurants in the area include Chakas Mexican Restaurant, Breakfast Inn, Pantaleone's, Esters Neighborhood Pub, and La Fogata Restaurant. Bars in the area include The Dirty Duck Bar, Skippy's, Crimson and Gold Tavern, and J.L'S Cheers Pub. Virginia Village is a great spot for young adults, families, and couples thanks to all the destinations in the area and its close vicinity to the urban side of Denver.
What Virginia Village Residents
Think About Their Apartments
Median rents in Virginia Village
Studio
$
970
1 Bedroom
$
1,115
2 Bedroom
$
1,320

Getting to Know
Virginia Village

Neighborhood Boundaries
East to West Boundaries: S Colorado Blvd to S Quebec St
North to South Boundaries: E Mississippi Ave to Evans Ave
dining
Caitlin’s
Cherry Famous Pizza
Damascus Restaurant
Detour Bakery
Hacienda Colorado
Old Chicago
grocery
King Soopers
Whole Foods
convenience
7-Eleven
fitness
Tran’s Fitness & Kickboxing
coffee
Starbucks
bus
40 (bus)
46 (bus)

Best Apartments
in Virginia Village


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Studio $1,110
1 Bed $1,095
2 Beds $1,430

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1 Bed $1,025
2 Beds $1,305

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Nearby Neighborhoods

Neighborhood Guide
Cherry Creek
A Crossover of Downtown and the Suburbs