Planning on winning the lottery? You might be able to afford one of these luxurious apartment homes in Denver.

With today’s rent prices, you might think that every building in Denver has luxury apartments. But while there are many nice places to live in the city, there are a handful of buildings that stand out in terms of their amenities, location, and price. These high-end apartment homes are unaffordable for most people, but one can dream. Plus, they’re just really nice to look at …

Steele Creek

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Located right on 1st Ave in Cherry Creek, Steele Creek offers apartments starting at $1,780 for a studio, but their most luxurious apartments rent for upwards of $20,000. The keyless entry apartments feature expansive views, patios or balconies, and premium finishes. There’s also a rooftop infinity pool, round-the-clock concierge and valet, a fitness center, group fitness classes, a sundeck, a golf simulator, a spa, and clubhouse. You can even shop on-site (not that you’d have any money leftover) or take your dog to the pet wash station.

St. Paul Collection

The St. Paul Collection in Cherry Creek North offers unique residences that range in price from $2,545 to more than $15,000. Enjoy the great views from the sun terrace or relax in a private cabana near the heated rooftop pool. The contemporary decor alone is worth a visit, and this building also features a curate private art collection. It sure is pricey, but the coffee is free.

The Quincy

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Studio apartments start at $1,835 at The Quincy, while a three-bedroom apartment could cost up to $12,000 or more. But it’s located downtown nearby Union Station, the residences have gorgeous features, and the community amenities are plentiful. These include a glass-sided sky pool, a business center, a fitness center, and on-site grocery store.

Country Club Towers II & III

These luxurious apartments start at $1,840 for a studio and range up to $9,000 or more. Located in the Speer neighborhood, these residences feature oversized soaking tubs and giant walk-in closets. Take in the views by the fire on your private terrace or balcony, or take advantage of the complimentary cooking classes or personal training sessions. There’s even an on-site bike/snowboard/ski maintenance shop.

One Observatory Park

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Studios start at $1,561 for this South Denver luxury building, which features such ammenities as a 24-hour fitness hub with Peleton bikes, a rooftop deck with a spa and aqua lounge, a resort-style pool and hot tub, and more.

Line 28 at LoHi

With studios starting at $1,506 and two-bedrooms renting for as much as $6,827, this LoHi luxury building offers eco-friendly apartments in a bustling neighborhood. There are also panoramic skyline views, a resort-style pool, an all-season rooftop deck, a fitness center, and a clubroom with billiard. This building also happens to have excellent reviews from numerous residents.

Acoma

Located in Denver’s historic Golden Triangle, this luxury building has apartments $1,907 – $6,974. The apartments have 20-ft. ceilings and built-ins, and many feature fireplaces and floor-to-ceiling windows. Community ammenities include group fitness classes, mountain bike rentals, a personal trainer, a theater room, spa, and billiards.

There are many other beautiful apartment buildings in Denver that stand out from the pack. If you could live anywhere in Denver, where would you live? Let us know in the comments below.

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