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About Boulder

Boulder is is the 11th most populous municipality in Colorado. The city is located at the base of the foothills of the Rocky Mountains.

Boulder is famous for its colorful Western history and is home of the main campus of the University of Colorado, the state's largest university. The city of Boulder frequently acquires top rankings in health, well-being, quality of life, education and art.

With over 40 college apartments to choose from, you will be able to find the perfect apartment that matches your needs, when you're making Boulder your new home!

You can find student apartments for rent near the University of Colorado, Naropa University, Foothills hospital, and plenty of other places around town. Each apartment listing contains photos, floor plans, amenities, and more.

Boulder Stats
State: Colorado
Settled: 1858 as Boulder City, N.T.
Incorporated: 1871-11-04[3]
ZIP Code: [6] 80301-80310, 80314, 80321-80323, 80328, 80329
Area Stats
Land: 24.7 sq mi (63.9 km2)
Water: 1.0 sq mi (2.6 km2)
Elevation: 5,430 ft (1,655 m)

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Recent Questions:
Q : What are the pros and cons of a short term lease vs. a year lease? Are there any apartments in Boulder that offer a short term lease?

A : The pros of a short term lease are well, it's short term. If you decide to live there for three months, you aren't obligated to stay there any longer than three months. If you like to move around a lot, that would be a good option for you. The cons are that it can cost more per month than signing a longer lease, you might have to be moving heavy furniture more often than you would like, and it's hard to make a connection with your neighbors if you live there for such a short time (this might be a benefit if you don't like your neighbors though). The pros of a long term lease are it might cost less money per month when signing a longer lease, you can get settled in and be comfortable in your apartment for a longer period of time, and you don't have to be on a constant hunt for a new apartment! The cons are that it is hard to break a long term lease if you need to and you might not like where you are living and you can't move. In Boulder, I only know of one place that offers a short term lease and that is Canterwood.