Whether you’re a student, a staff member, or just dig the vibe around the University of Denver, the DU area is a great place to live. This southeast Denver neighborhood features the University of Denver academic campus, which includes the Magness Arena sport and events facility and the Newman Center for the Performing Arts, and is surrounded by cafes, and a variety of bars and restaurants. Cherry Creek North shopping district is just a short drive away, and light rail affords easy access north to downtown Denver or south to the Tech Center.
Wheelhouse Apartments manages many apartment buildings in the DU neighborhood; studios, 1 bedrooms and 2 bedrooms are available. Check out our website for latest availability and to schedule a tour.
Apartment Availability in the DU Neighborhood
As of January 17, 2017, Wheelhouse Apartments has moved its main offices. You can find us at 574 Santa Fe Drive, #110, in the Baker neighborhood of Denver. Our phone and email have remained the same.
Thanksgiving is upon us, and in addition to enjoying time with family and friends, it is a time to reflect on what we are all thankful for. We at Wheelhouse Apartments are thankful for our wonderful residents, and for the chance to provide them with a quality living experience in Denver.
We’re also thankful for all the wonderful opportunities that living in the mile-high city provides. Here are just a few Thanksgiving ideas for spending your time in Denver.
Help Others in Need
Both the Denver Rescue Mission and the Epworth Foundation have their annual events to help bring Thanksgiving into the home of people in need. You can help by donating food, money, or your time.
Don your goofiest turkey costume and join over 20,000 others in Washington Park this year for the Annual 4-Mile Turkey Trot. Or grab your skates and show off your ice-skating moves on the rink at Skyline Park.
Try Out a New Restaurant
If cooking isn’t your thing, try out a new restaurant … many Denver establishments have special Thanksgiving menus.
Increase Your Cultural IQ
See a movie, read a book, or check out a new art exhibit. Denver’s cultural opportunities abound!
If you must shop this weekend, why not buy local? It’s said that local businesses generate 70% more local economic activity than big-box stores.