Apartments for Rent in Boulder, CO

Listings last updated 07/27/2021

Only 23 listings are available in Boulder. Below you can find apartments for rent from nearby areas in Boulder County:

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much is the average rent in Boulder, CO?

The average rent in Boulder, CO is at $2,093. There are 23 apartments for rent in Boulder, CO to choose from, with prices between $1,475 and $9,203 per month.

How to search for apartments for rent in Boulder, CO?

Your perfect apartment for rent in Boulder, CO is just a few clicks away on Point2. You can look up 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, 3-bedroom apartments, studio apartments or any other type of rental in Boulder, CO. Just use the filtering options available to find properties according to your needs. 

How to find Boulder, CO apartments for rent I can afford?

On Point2, you can search for apartment rentals in Boulder, CO based on your budget. Sort all condos according to price, or get a tailored list of properties by setting the minimum and maximum monthly rates you're comfortable with. Moreover, you can use the Price Drop filter to look for any recent rent declines on the Boulder, CO rental market. 

What type of information can I find on Point2?

Point2 offers a lot of information about rentals in Boulder, CO, from property type, square footage and amenities to area demographics and even local rent trends. Additionally, you can use the map view to check if the apartments you're looking at are close to the facilities and services you need. The name and contact details of the real estate agents handling the condos are available on all listings, so just reach out to them directly through the contact forms provided. 

How to find apartments for rent near me?

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Renter’s City Guide to Boulder, CO

Introducing Boulder Expenses & Housing Stats Jobs & Education Lifestyle & Renting Tips

The fairly secluded Boulder features a tight-knit community east of the Rocky Mountains with 151 miles of nature trails on all its sides. The city is a rare combination of scenic beauty and city life and, over the years, has gained the nickname “the city nestled between the mountains and reality.”

Where is Boulder located?  

Boulder is a 30-mile drive from Denver, a destination many commuters enjoy. Meanwhile, Colorado Springs and its awe-inspiring landmarks are 97 miles away. 

How big is Boulder?

The city is approximately one-sixth the size of Denver and a fraction as populated. It’s also about one-eighth the size of Colorado Springs, with one-quarter of its population. 

What is the weather like in Boulder? 

Boulder has a high desert climate with year-round pleasant weather conditions. Spring here lasts between March and May and comes with an agreeable, dry heat with 49°F averages. The summer months between June and August have very low humidity and average 70°F. Autumn lasts between September and November, features average temperatures of 52°F, and can either be wintry and windy or unseasonably warm. Winter, from December through February, boasts alternating periods of warm and wintry weather with averages of 34°F.

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What are the advantages of living in Boulder? 

The city was named the healthiest in Colorado in 2015 by USA Today. The abundant natural wonders, progressive attitude of the city’s residents and reliable public transportation system are some of the city’s best features. 

What are the disadvantages of living in Boulder? 

The high cost of living and overall lack of diversity are two of the largest drawbacks of living in Boulder. 

Boulder Demographic Highlights

Total Population 106,392
Female
Male
51,232
55,160
Median Age 28.6
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How much does public transportation cost in Boulder? 

Local bus lines are run by RTD, with average regional tickets costing $3 and monthly passes being priced at $114. Discounted fares are available to seniors 65 and older; disabled individuals; as well as Medicare participants and children between the ages of six and 19. 

What is the average commute time in Boulder? 

The average commute time in Boulder is 19.1 minutes, which is more than five minutes less than the national average of 26.4 minutes. 

How much does a meal cost in Boulder?

The cost of living in Boulder is in line with the national average. A single meal at an inexpensive restaurant costs $15, which is the same as the national average. A bottled soft drink costs $2.66, slightly above the national average of $1.88. A loaf of bread is also slightly expensive at $3.51, which is higher than the average of $2.71 established for the U.S., in general.    

How much do utilities cost in Boulder? 

Boulder residents pay $155.20 for basic utilities for a 915-square-foot apartment, which is below the national average of $160.32.

Boulder Rent Statistics

Apartment Rent Ranges

$501 - $7000%
$701 - $1,0000%
$1,001 - $1,50024.19%
$1,501 - $2,00035.08%
> $200040.73%

Average Rent Trends

What is the average rent in Boulder?

The average rent for an apartment in Boulder is $2,093 per month.

What is the average apartment size in Boulder?

The average apartment size in Boulder is 824 sq. ft.

What is the rent for a studio apartment in Boulder?

Rent for a studio apartment in Boulder ranges between $1,580 and $2,090 per month.

What is the rent for a 1-bedroom apartment in Boulder?

Rent for a 1-bedroom apartment in Boulder ranges between $1,475 and $5,594 per month.

What is the rent for a 2-bedroom apartment in Boulder?

Rent for a 2-bedroom apartment in Boulder ranges between $2,103 and $6,120 per month.

What is the rent for a 3-bedroom apartment in Boulder?

Rent for a 3-bedroom apartment in Boulder ranges between $2,535 and $9,203 per month.

Boulder Housing Statistics

Occupied Housing Units 42,121
Owner occupied 48.36%
Renter occupied 51.64%
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Where to work in Boulder?

The city features a strong, thriving economy governed by aerospace, software development, bioscience and the outdoor recreation industries. Some of the largest companies headquartered in the city include Ball Aerospace and Boulder Running Company, while the Boulder Community Hospital is another large employer graded “A” by a national safety survey.

Boulder Employment Statistics

White Collar 55,476
Blue Collar 4,420
White Collar 92.62%
Blue Collar 7.38%
Self Employment 7,664
Private Companies 37,155
Governmental Workers 9,297
Not for Profit Companies 5,780
Self Employment 12.8%
Private Companies 62.03%
Governmental Workers 15.52%
Not for Profit Companies 9.65%
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What are the top colleges in Boulder?

The University of Colorado in Boulder is still ahead of the technological curve due to its Desire2Learn (D2L CU) online interface for out-of-classroom educational experiences. Additionally, a handful of students from the Boulder Valley School District won medals in the “National Scholastic Art & Writing Awards” in 2016.

Boulder Education Statistics

No High School1.02%
Some High School10.52%
Some College29.91%
Associate Degree3.47%
Bachelor Degree28.5%
Graduate Degree0%
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What free activities to do in Boulder? 

You might want to check out the Boulder Public Library or volunteer for the Boulder Humane Society for some free attractions. 

What family attractions are there in Boulder? 

Boulder Reservoir is a fantastic destination for a family getaway with beachfronts to splash the day away, while Gateway Fun Park in the northern part of the city comes with mini golf, go-karts and batting cages. The Boulder Indoor Soccer Complex features youth and adult leagues. 

What couples attractions are there in Boulder? 

Boulder offers a wide range of exciting things to do for couples. Century Theater and Boulder Theater both air the most recent flicks, with the latter being around since 1906 and featuring gorgeous art deco elements. The Yoga Pad is great for yoga enthusiasts, while the Fox Theater dance club — which was voted one of the “Best Big Rooms in America” by Rolling Stone Magazine — is ideal for dancers. Sports fans will find the finest ski and snowboarding equipment at Boulder Ski Deals.

What are the top restaurants in Boulder? 

Blackjack Pizza and Cosmo’s Pizza offer some of the finest slices in town, while Japango is home to Japanese delicacies. The Kitchen is an upscale bistro in downtown, and Boulder Dinner Theater is an ideal destination if you want to grab a few gourmet bites. If you’re someone who likes to cook, head over to the Boulder Farmers Market, where you’ll find the freshest ingredients from April to November.

What events are held in Boulder?

The “Bolder Boulder” 10K race is an annual event that’s been raising money for rehabilitation programs and food drives since 1979. 

Where to shop in Boulder? 

The Apple Store and Pearl Street Mall offer some of the finest shopping opportunities for residents and visitors.

Boulder Household Statistics

Total Number of Households 42,121
Average People Per Household 2
Median Household Income$69,520
Average Household Income$109,416
Family
Non-family
17,682
24,439
Children
No Children
7,867
34,254

What to know about renting in Boulder?

In Boulder, a landlord can evict you for no reason, but does need to give proper notice in accordance with the rental agreement. Tenant rights here include a legal obligation to the security deposit within 72 hours of a gas leak that requires evacuation. 

What to know about moving to Boulder from Chicago? 

Those relocating from Chicago will be happy to learn that the city is bike-friendly and offers much better weather conditions. Those visiting should stay at the Millennium Harvest House hotel to get to experience the best of what Boulder has to offer.

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