Overview of Goldsmith
Renting an apartment in the Goldsmith neighborhood of Denver, CO, puts you in the Southeast section of the city, close to Aurora and Glendale. Together with Washington Virginia Vale and Indian Creek, Goldsmith is a suburban enclave of quiet within easy proximity of Denver’s jobs, entertainment and other attractions. Other popular Denver neighborhoods for rental homes include: Southeast, Five Points, and Hampden.
Goldsmith Lifestyle and Entertainment
Goldsmith offers a suburban lifestyle in Southeast Denver with quite tree-lined streets. Yet if also offers convenient access to destinations in downtown Denver, the Denver Tech Center, and the Cherry Creek Mall and Cherry Creek North shopping district for weekend excursions. You’re also close to Aurora, a Denver suburb, with its golf courses, museums, dining and shopping options.
This neighborhood offers a unique generational mix that many find appealing. Goldsmith is particularly popular with young singles ages 25 to 35 and, interestingly, seniors over age 65. About a quarter of the residents have families.
Goldsmith has its share of local coffee shops and restaurants, as well as bars and night sports for an evening get together with friends close to home. For a bit more excitement, the hot spots in Cherry Creek and Aurora are just a short drive away. Denver residents are known for their love of the great outdoors. You can enjoy walking a green on one of Aurora’s seven public courses. Or you can bike or jog along the High Line Canal’s scenic trail or the 40-mile long Cherry Creek Trail. Or you can visit one of the community’s nearby parks and recreational areas.
The Goldsmith Rental Market
The Goldsmith rental market offers a number of options for your next apartment home. You can choose from garden-style apartment residences, to mid-rise buildings with a number of amenities. Rent for a one-bedroom apartment in this community begins at around $600 monthly, with two-bedrooms starting at $750, about average for Denver. You can also choose from among duplexes, condos and single-family homes. The area is served by Denver Metro’s bus routes. Residents average about 15-20 minutes for their work commute.
Goldsmith Denver Resources
Goldsmith is part of the city of Denver, CO, which is governed by a 13-member City Council, a non-partisan elected mayor and an auditor. Eleven council members are elected to represent city districts and two are elected at-large. Goldsmith is part of City Council District 4. The Goldsmith neighborhood is served by these nearby branches of the Denver Public Library: Schlessman Family Branch Library, Eugene Field Branch Library and the Virginia Village Branch Library.
Goldsmith Zip Codes
The main zip codes serving the Goldsmith neighborhood are 80224 and 80222.