Posts Tagged: moving to Denver

Apartment Hunter’s Guide to Denver
Apartment Hunter’s Guide to Denver

Apartment Hunter’s Guide to Denver

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
So, you’re thinking of moving to Denver? Great choice! Denver is an amazing city. It’s full of active young people, many of whom migrate to the mountains on weekends to ski, hike, and have other outdoor adventures. It’s widely considered one of the best cities for craft beer lovers, with dozens of breweries in the…
Best Way to Learn About Your New City – Be a Tourist!
Best Way to Learn About Your New City – Be a Tourist!

Best Way to Learn About Your New City – Be a Tourist!

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
When traveling, we tend to experience a place differently than if we lived there. However, when you move to a new city, one of the best ways to learn more about it and get a sense of what the city is really all about is by exploring the city like a tourist would. When I…
How I Did My Long Distance Apartment Search
How I Did My Long Distance Apartment Search

How I Did My Long Distance Apartment Search

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
If you’ve ever tried remotely searching for an apartment in a new city, then you know it’s not exactly easy. When I was still living in Des Moines, Iowa, but planning my move to Denver, I spent hours on the internet, just searching for apartments. After figuring out which neighborhoods I wanted to focus on,…
Researching Neighborhoods Before The Move
Researching Neighborhoods Before The Move

Researching Neighborhoods Before The Move

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
When I was planning my move to the mile-high city, the most important thing for me was researching Denver’s various neighborhoods to decide where I wanted to live. I grew up in suburban Des Moines, and went to college in a small Iowa town, so I expected that Denver, no matter where I lived, was…
3 Reasons Why I Choose to Live Alone
3 Reasons Why I Choose to Live Alone

3 Reasons Why I Choose to Live Alone

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
My roommate pees in the living room. No, my roommate is not a wild party animal. He is just an animal—an orange and white tabby cat, named Winchester, and his litter box is in the living room. Long before I started apartment hunting, when I was planning a move to a new city for my…