In some cities, finding a dog-friendly apartment is harder than wrangling your stinky pup in the bathtub for fluff’s sake. Luckily, The Mile High is one of the most dog-friendly cities in the country, and boasts 11,000+ dog-friendly apartments. When looking for an apartment, consider your pup’s lifestyle and priorities, such as whether she needs on-site dog parks/dog runs and washes, close proximity to city parks, or if she has a preference between carpeting or laminate. Narrowing down your search can be difficult, so we sniffed out 12 Denver dog-friendly apartments in three categories: budget-friendly, mid-range, and luxury with all the bells and whistles.
Budget-Friendly Options: $1500 or less
Fairways at Lowry
Located in Aurora, Fairways at Lowry borders the up-and-coming Northeast Denver neighborhood. Sporty spice pups’ll love gallivanting around the nearby Lowry Dog Park. For the hoomans, this complex features a pool, playground, fitness center, and some furnished units.
Deets: Studio, 1, and 2 bedrooms; $300 one-time, non-refundable pet fee, $200 pet deposit, $30 monthly pet rent; no breed or weight restrictions; 2 pet limit.
Pups’ll ruv living at Monaco Lakes. My rescue yellow Lab spent the first years of his life chasing geese around the spacious grounds with ponds, fountains, and two dog parks. Situated in the Virginia Village neighborhood, this complex also features a pool, fitness center, business center, and basketball court.
Deets: Studio, 1, and 2 bedrooms; $300 one time, non-refundable pet fee, $30 monthly pet rent; Pit Bulls are restricted; 100 lb weight limit; 2 pet limit.
Sage at Panorama
Looking for newly renovated apartments and gorgeous complex grounds while sticking to a budget? Check out Sage at Panorama in Southeast Denver. Because your classy pup refuses to slum it, Sage boasts a dog park, pool, fitness center, and garage access for an additional monthly fee.
Deets: Studio, 1, and 2 bedrooms; $300 one-time, non refundable fee, $100 pet deposit, $35 monthly pet rent; no weight restriction; call for full pet policy.
Advenir at Cherry Creek North
For city living with a suburban feel for dogs who love a night on the town as much as they love cozying up on the couch, Advenir at Cherry Creek North is an excellent fit. Walking distance from the Cherry Creek Trail in Virginia Vale, this complex features a pet park, pool, community grills and outdoor kitchen, and a fitness center.
Deets: Studio, 1, and 2 bedrooms; $385 one-time, non-refundable fee, $35 monthly pet rent; 150 lb weight limit; 2 pet limit.
Mid-Range Options: $1500-$2200
TAVA Waters Denver
Residents and their beloved frens boast that living at TAVA Waters Denver feels like living at a resort (so long as you have plenty of pina colada mix). This Southeast Denver complex features a bark park, huge private lake, and water features for your H2O-lovin’ pups. Active social butterflies will love their state-of-the art fitness center, huge pool with cabanas, yoga studio, climbing wall, and kayak rentals.
Deets: 1 and 2 bedrooms; $400 one-time, non-refundable fee, $35 monthly pet rent; no weight restrictions, breed restrictions include Pit Bulls, Doberman Pinschers, Rottweilers, Huskies, and Chows.
Radius Uptown Apartments
Uptown doggos with a love of high-class culture and art will appreciate the location of Radius Uptown Apartments. Situated just north of downtown, this high rise offers apartments with skyline and mountain views, a rooftop pool, and an upscale fitness center. If pup starts looking more like Pig-Pen than Snoopy after playing in the Benedict Fountain Park down the street, you can wash her off in their pet washing station.
Deets: Studio, 1, and 2 bedrooms; $100 pet deposit, $250 one-time, non-refundable fee, $30 monthly pet rent; breed restrictions include Pit Bulls and related breeds.
My Block Wash Park
Wanna party like you’re on a Spring Break, but avoid all the hassle of traveling (and next day regrets)? You can soak in the infinity rooftop pool while enjoying Rocky Mountain panoramas at My Block Wash Park. Although there is no dog park, this complex has 5 parks within 3 miles, including Washington Park and Civic Center Park.
Deets: Studio, 1, and 2 bedrooms; $200 pet deposit, $200 one-time, non-refundable fee, $35 monthly pet rent; 2 pet limit; call about specific pet policies and breed restrictions.
5150 Downtown Littleton
For a taste of true Colorado suburban living, check out 5150 Downtown Littleton. Your mountain lovin’ hound can head for a hike, then embark on a shopping spree at dog-friendly Aspen Grove Shopping Center. Tire your woof out at the dog park, then make it a spaw day at the year-round pool and therapeutic spa.
Deets: Studio, 1, and 2 bedrooms; $385 one-time, non-refundable fee; no breed or weight restrictions, 2 pet limit.
The Whole Kit and Caboodle: Luxury Options Starting at $2400
Parq on Speer
Because you are special and not basic barks, you and your fren will love the luxury, custom amenities at Parq on Speer. Imagine afternoons playing in the elevated indoor/outdoor barq parq (open 24 hours!), then indulging at the dog grooming spa, and finishing the day at the doggy vending machine. While pup is napping, you can explore the Cap Hill neighborhood, exercise in the state-of-the-art gym, or take in mountain views.
Deets: Studio, 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms; $100 pet deposit, $250 one-time, non-refundable fee, $75 monthly pet rent; Pit Bull restriction; 3 pet limit.
The Seasons at Cherry Creek
Impress your friends, Uber driver, DoorDasher, and Dominos delivery person by giving them directions to the very fancy sounding building, The Seasons at Cherry Creek. This bougie complex is located near the super dog-friendly Cherry Creek Shopping District. Dog’ll love shopping, then hitting up the building’s dog park. Enjoy the high life with a 24/7 concierge service, coffee bar, and hotel-inspired pool and cabana.
Deets: 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms; $400 one-time, non-refundable fee, $50 monthly pet rent; Restricted breeds include Rottweilers, Pit Bulls, Chows, Akitas, Wolf-Hybrids, German Shepherds, Doberman Pinschers, and any mix of those breeds; 2 pet limit.
Swim in the lap of luxury at The Acoma. This Golden Triangle complex boasts two dog parks with dog runs and a dog spa, so your dog doesn’t have to brave the cold (or the scorching heat) for too long to play or relieve himself. Bask in the skyline and mountain views from your apartment’s floor-to-ceiling windows, the rooftop pool and hot tub, or the fire pit/bar area.
Deets: 1 and 2 bedrooms; $450 one-time, non-refundable fee, $50 monthly pet rent; breed restrictions include Pit Bulls, Doberman Pinschers, Rottweilers, and Chows.
Has your dog dreamed of going to the rooftop to strut her stuff (and look down on the world as she pees?). Via Apartments has a rooftop dog run and dog wash. Meanwhile you can get your grill on at community grills, take a dip in the pool, and hang by the fire. Via also features in-unit washer and dryers, because hauling laundry downstairs is for simpletons.
Deets: Studio, 1, and 2 bedrooms; $300 one-time, non-refundable fee, $50 monthly pet rent, breed restrictions include Pit Bulls and German Shepherds.
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