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Old 07-03-2011, 11:35 AM
 
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Hi all,

We are going to be moving to the Denver area the second week of October and are trying to figure out where to settle at first. We are moving from central AZ to start my career in IT.

We are looking for a place to live that is "centerally" located, in a decent neighborhood, has close access to shopping, grocery, places to eat for not too much money (not more than $900/mo) and has access to an interstate for easier commuting. I know, that's what everyone wants . I think I have a gist of what areas are ok or not, but it seems to vary. Schools aren't important.

I don't have a job lined up yet, so being close isn't something that I'm looking for, yet. I guess I just want to know whats a good area. I have read a few threads on areas but sometimes they seem to lose track (i.e. the weather ). I know everyone's idea on what's a "good" area is different, but I'm hoping someone who has moved to Denver recently will pipe up and recommend a few areas or places to live.

Thanks all!
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Old 07-03-2011, 12:02 PM
 
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Lots of IT jobs along the Rte 36 corridor from Denver to Boulder, in the Denver Tech Center (DTC) along I-25, and in other parts of town.

Search on DTC for more info on that area, it sounds like your best bet for jobs, housing, shopping, eats, etc.
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Old 07-12-2011, 08:10 PM
 
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Lots of IT jobs along the Rte 36 corridor from Denver to Boulder, in the Denver Tech Center (DTC) along I-25, and in other parts of town.

Search on DTC for more info on that area, it sounds like your best bet for jobs, housing, shopping, eats, etc.

Thanks for the info Mike. I too would need to make a move like he is doing. I am a single female though.
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