If you are looking for economical and not-so-expensive apartments in Colorado Springs, then you will certainly want to check out the Divine Redeemer neighborhood, located in the eastern part of the city. In this large neighborhood that houses over 10,000 residents, you will find an abundance of shopping, schools, and restaurants. Most residents who live here are either under 20 years old or are considered middle-aged who have small families.
If you are looking for apartments in Divine Redeemer, there are several options to choose from that rent between $450 and $875, depending on the size of the apartment and the number of bedrooms. Some of the apartments in Divine Redeemer Colorado have a swimming pool and a fitness center. Most all of them come with amenities such as air conditioning and washer and dryer hook-ups.
Divine Redeemer is home to a variety of places to eat and shop. If you are looking for good places to eat, some of the local favorites include Maggie Mae's Restaurant & Pub, La Carreta, Tomo Sushi and Jim Bobs Bistro. If you're looking for entertainment, there is an all-ages, standing-room-only music venue called The Black Sheep that hosts several concerts throughout the year. Divine Redeemer Colorado Springs is also home to the Otis Park Community Center where residents can have fun playing volleyball, going for a walk or taking the kids to the play area. The outside community center also has plenty of picnic tables in the shade. If you are looking for more of an adventure, the Cheyenne Mountain State Park is easy to get to and offers a variety of outdoor experiences.
if you are a pet owner, you will be happy to know that both cats and dogs are allowed in most Divine Redeemer apartments. Also, if you are looking for pet services, there are many to choose from that are in close proximity. Pike's Peak Veterinary Clinic and Bijou Animal Hospital are both located nearby along with several pet-grooming and pet-sitting services.
Most of the people who work in Divine Redeemer drive or carpool to work with the average commute being 15 minutes. However, the city of Colorado Springs tries to encourage carpooling to work and school as much as possible. The city-wide transportation service, Mountain Metro Rides offers free automated carpool matching and Park-n-Ride lots. US Highway 24 and State Highway 4 allow easy access to anywhere in the city.
Because Divine Redeemer encompasses such a large area, there are many schools from which to choose. Public elementary schools located here include: Audubon, Queen Palmer, Stratton, Taylor and Twain. The only middle schools are North Middle School and Mann Middle School. High schools include: Mitchell High School, Palmer High School and Wasson High School. These schools all belong to the Colorado Springs Public School System. Catholic schools include: St. Mary's High School and Divine Redeemer Catholic School. There is also another private school called Evangelical Christian Academy. A few more choices for education include Bijou Alternative Program, Galileo School of Math and Science and Globe Charter School.