Tuesday, 11 December 2007



Denver is the capital and the most populous city in the state of Colorado and the eighth largest state in the US. It is nicknamed the Mile-High City because of its exactly one-mile elevation above sea level. If you are a person who likes different climate, Denver has a semi-arid steppe climate with four distinct seasons. The economy in Denver is strong, the population is growing and the city's national profile is on the rise.

Denver is also approximately halfway between the large cities of the Midwest like Chicago and Detroit and the cities of the West Coast, thus making it a strategic city to set up a business. Ideally, mining and energy related companies will do well from the mineral-rich Rocky Mountains. Transportation wise would not be a problem too with the many facilities available by land, by rail or by air.


Finding apartments for rent in Denver would be easy if you have the proper reference from online apartment rental sites such as Apartment Finder. Denver Apartments rental can range from as low as $400 up to luxurious apartments costing $2,000 and above. Most apartments will come with resort-style swimming pools, gyms, games room, BBQ area, picnic tables and so on.

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