The Ultimate Guide for Moving to Denver

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Moving to the Mile High City is a grand adventure that many look forward to! Whether you are moving to Denver from Colorado Springs or elsewhere, there are quite a bit of differences when moving from the quiet, suburban lifestyle, to the great city experience. With so many great corporate job opportunities in Denver, the awesome attractions like Sports Authority Field at Mile High (home of the Denver Broncos), as well as the lure of city life in downtown Denver or the 16th Street Mall, there is a lot to look forward to. As you are planning your move to Denver, check out this ultimate guide to moving, adjusting, and living in the grand, Mile High City.

 

When We Say High, We Mean High

Denver has an altitude of 5,280 feet, placing it at an incredible distance above sea level. Colorado Springs is even higher, situated at 6,035 feet above sea level. So if you are moving from the Springs, this shouldn’t be too much of a change. But if you are moving into Denver from a lower sea level, this could be a major adjustment. Be sure to pack lots of sunscreen and lots of water for moving day. Denver is known for its dry heat and thin air, so be prepared!

 

Looking for Affordable Housing in Downtown Denver?

If you haven’t yet found a home before your move to the city, there are plenty of housing options to choose from. Some of the better neighborhoods for the budget include the Denver Dry Apartments, the Bank Lofts, The A.T. Lewis Rio Grande Apartments, the Chamber Apartments, and the Buerger Brothers Lofts. All of those are located right downtown, close to the 16th Street Mall. There’s also the Studebaker Apartments off of Blake Street, and the Mercantile Square at the intersection of Wynkoop and 16th Street.

 

Looking for an Upscale Neighborhood in the Denver Suburbs?

Similarly, there are a lot of upscale homes and neighborhoods as well, including Washington Park area, Cherry Creek, City Park and Governor’s Park. Other neighborhoods include Capital Hill, Golden Triangle, Lowry, Wellshire, Montclair and Stapleton.

 

Schools in Denver

If you are moving with a family to Denver, education is another big decision when deciding where to move. Some of the best elementary schools in Denver are Challenge School, Polaris at Ebert Elementary School and Steck Elementary School. High Schools include D’Evelyn, the Denver School of Science and Technology, and Denver School of the Arts to name a few. Colleges are also very centralized in Denver, as this city is home to The University of Denver, Johnson & Wales University and Regis University.

 

Public Transportation in Denver

Being in the hustle and bustle of the city, Denver has a decent public transit system that you can take to make your commute. There’s over 170 bus routes, the Denver Light Rail, and a subway station as well. Biking or walking is also a popular mode of transportation, especially if you live in or near the downtown area.

 

As you plan your move to Denver, there are so many things to look forward to. With the proper preparation and the proper moving company, your move out of Colorado Springs will be a breeze. Here at Little Red Wagon, we can help you move anywhere in the Colorado area, including Colorado Springs and Denver, as well as Monument, Castle Rock, Lakewood, Aurora, and more. Check out our Residential Moving Services or Contact Us today for an estimate. We’re your Colorado Springs honest movers.

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