The rent at Solera Apartments ranges from $1,208 for a one bedroom to a $2,533 two bedroom. Apartments in this building are about 4% less expensive than the Central Business District average.
Solera Apartments is a seven minute walk from the 101 Light Rail D Line, the 101 Light Rail F Line and the 101 Light Rail H Line at the 18th & Stout Station stop.
This apartment is in the Central Business District neighborhood in Denver. Nearby parks include Skyline Park, Skyline Park and Larimer Square Historic District.
Solera Apartments has a Walk Score of 89 out of 100. This location is Very Walkable so most errands can be accomplished on foot.
Nearby schools include Polaris at Ebert Elementary School, Montessori Academy Of Colorado and Institute of Global Scholarship.
The closest grocery stores are Pacific Mercantile Company, La Popular Food Company and MMJ America - Downtown LoDo.
Nearby coffee shops include Twentieth Street Cafe, Euphoria Lounge & Coffee House and Cafe Intermission. Nearby restaurants include Lower48 Kitchen, Yoko's Express and J J Bistro.
Solera Apartments is near Qwest Communications Headquarters, DaVita Headquarters and University of Colorado - Denver.
There are excellent bike lanes and the terrain is flat as a pancake. Solera Apartments is very bikeable, biking is convenient for most trips. Bike sharing is available from Denver B-cycle.
High-design goes hand-in-hand with environmentally smart living at our LEED Gold Certified community. At Solera, the beautiful and smart designs allows for natural light to flood interior bedrooms, and the Okite kitchen surfaces dazzle while being environmentally sound. The quality and craftsmanship of each Solera interior are examples of the attention to detail that elevate these residences above the rest of the apartment choices in the market. Whether you select one of our two-bedroom/two-bathroom apartments or prefer a one bedroom, you'll find smart, sustainable design and materials throughout each apartment. All apartments have an open living, dining and kitchen space. Large windows reveal the views of downtown Denver, Coors Field, LODO loft district, and the Rocky Mountains. Most residences offer private decks or Juliet balconies.