University House Denver, at 2400 East Asbury Avenue, Denver, CO 80210 is the answer to all your student housing prayers! It’s just one block from the University of Denver and is designed especially for local and international students. The student accommodation comprises smart, spacious studio to four-bedroom apartments. There’s also garage parking, along with a fitness center, clubhouse, and barbecue grilling area. Student housing facilities don’t get any better.
The range of studio through 4 bedroom student apartments at University House Denver are fully furnished, with full-size beds and available private bedroom-bathroom suites. Should you want to cook, there’s a fully equipped kitchen. And since you can’t do without the Internet, there’s Wi-Fi. You’ll never look shabby because of the in-unit laundry. To keep the mind as well as body healthy, there’s a 24-hour fitness center, a clubhouse with a big-screen TV, study lounges, and a barbecue grilling area. Car aficionado or bike hound? Either way, there’s bike storage along with garage parking.
At University House Denver, you pay a monthly rental installment with a flat utility/amenity fee that includes furnishings, high-speed Internet, electricity, water/sewer, and trash disposal. There’s an extra charge for in-unit laundry, but none whatsoever for community features such as the fitness center and clubhouse.
Security and maintenance
The student accommodation has a fire sprinkler system. Electronic locks and individually locking bedroom doors are part of the package. Community courtesy patrols are provided, and management staff are on-site 24×7 reachable by a 24-hour phone number.
Public transport accessibility
The University of Denver campus is just one block away. Public transport is also a short walk or bike ride away. This includes RTD bus stops for two routes within two blocks, and the RTD Rail University of Denver station, six blocks away. You won’t ever be stranded.
Things to do nearby
There are fine museums and arts centers close by in Denver. For students who prefer the great outdoors, weekends can be earmarked for exploring the many natural parks, urban areas, and trails.
For urban pursuits, check out LoDo – lower downtown -- for shops, ethnic eateries and locally made craft beverages.
Don’t forget to visit My Brother’s Bar, once a favorite hangout of Neal Cassady and Jack Kerouac.