Congress Park

A Suburban Lifestyle With City Amenities




Congress Park is a large residential neighborhood across from Cheesman Park. With a population of over 10,000 people, it is slightly larger than its neighbor but still maintains a similar feel.

Despite a large amount of single-family homes, those researching Congress Park will be happy to hear that both houses and apartments are available here. Living in Congress Park also means easy access to the rest of the city. Bounded by the main arteries of E Colfax Ave and Colorado Blvd, it is easy to drive into, out of, and around Denver. For those who don’t have a car, there are several bus lines that run through the area to move you to and from your destination.
What Congress Park Residents
Think About Their Apartments
overall
9.0
value
9.0
amenities
10
social
9.0
management
9.0
Median rents in Congress Park
Studio
$
1350
1 Bedroom
$
1600
2 Bedroom
$
2050

Getting to Know
Congress Park

Neighborhood Boundaries
East to West Boundaries: Colorado Ave to York St


North to South Boundaries: E Colfax Ave to E 6th Ave

Best Apartments
in Congress Park


Studio $1,825
1 Bed $2,100
2 Beds $2,650

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1 Bed $1,261
2 Beds $2,118

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1 Bed $1,810

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1 Bed $1,384
2 Beds $1,969
3 Beds $2,587

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1 Bed $1,149
2 Beds $1,363

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1 Bed $1,075

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