Neighborhood Information for Indian Creek, Denver
Living in Indian Creek Denver, CO
Apartments in the Indian Creek neighborhood of Denver, CO, offers easy rental living in a suburban community that easily connects with the best the mile-high city has to offer. Located in the Southeast district of Denver, Indian Creek residents can quickly commute to jobs in Denver’s downtown or Tech Center, as well as take advantage of the shopping and entertainment offered in nearby Aurora and Cherry Creek. Other popular neighborhoods in Denver include Hampden and Five Points.
Indian Creek Lifestyle and Entertainment
Indian Creek is an easy commute to jobs throughout central Denver making the neighborhood popular with those ages 25-55, particularly singles and couples. More than 60 percent of the people selecting Indian Creek hold a college degree. Families make up about a quarter of the residents, which is a mix of all ages.
The neighborhood offers an assortment of eateries, coffee shops and night spots. For the shopping diva, the nearby Cherry Creek Shopping Mall with more than 160 shops is a top destination. The upscale mall features Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom’s and Macy’s. The suburban city of Aurora, just a short drive away, also boasts plenty of shopping and dining options.
You can explore the area’s history at nearby Four Mile Historic Park. This park features three barns with chicken coops and root cellars on 12 acres. Weekend carriage rides are great for the whole family. Kids can pan for gold or pick a pumpkin, in season. Or take a guided tour of Four Mile House, the oldest home in the city.
The High Line Canal runs through Indian Creek offering plenty of outdoor recreational opportunities. Designated a National Landmark Trail, it was originally completed in 1883 for irrigation. Today, residents enjoy hiking, biking, jogging and horseback riding on the canal’s scenic trail. The canal also winds through many parks with picnic areas and is a prime spot for wildlife viewing. The 40-mile long Cherry Creek Trail also runs close to the Indian Creek neighborhood. It begins in Denver and runs south to the Cherry Creek Reservoir. It’s perfect for biking, rollerblading, jogging and walking. It’s a great way to see the city.
The Indian Creek Rental Market
The rental market in Indian Creek includes a nice selection of apartment homes as well as townhomes. The area is slightly more expensive than the average for Denver. Studio apartments begin in the low $500s, with one bedrooms starting at about $600 monthly. You can expect two-bedroom apartments to start at just over $700. For buildings with more amenities you can expect rent of $750 to $850 for a one bedroom and of $900 to $1,200 for a two bedroom. The average commute time is about 20 minutes and the area is served by bus routes.
Indian Creek Denver Resources
Indian Creek 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. Indian Creek is part of City Council District 6. The Indian Creek neighborhood is served by these nearby branches of the Denver Public Library: Virginia Village Branch Library and the Hampden Branch Library.
Indian Creek Denver Zip Codes
The main zip code serving Indian Creek is northern portion of 80231.