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Prices and availability subject to change without notice.
Floor Plan Models and Units
Number of BedroomsNumber of BathroomsRent RangeSquare FootageName of Floor PlanUnit NumberAvailabilityNewly AddedView More Details
BedsBathsRentSq. Ft.Availability
1 Bathroom $1,405 - $1,925 561 - 608Available Now


Available Now $1,405 - $1,925 561 - 608 Sq. Ft.
1 Bathroom $1,405 - $1,925 608Available Now


Available Now $1,405 - $1,925 608 Sq. Ft.
Prices and availability subject to change without notice.
Prices and availability subject to change without notice.
Prices and availability subject to change without notice.


Expense TypeFee
Cat and Dog Rent$35
Unassigned Garage Parking$125 - $200
Expense TypeFee
Cat and Dog Fee$300
Admin Fee$175
Application Fee$15
Security Deposit$500
Included Utilities
Expense TypeFee
Trash RemovalIncluded

Apartment Description

300 East 17th Avenue

In the heart of downtown Denver and steps from the 16th Street Mall, 300 East 17th Apartments offers richly appointed residences that deliver everything you desire. 300 East 17th features studio, one and two bedroom floor plans to fit your lifestyle. You'll find spacious apartment homes with great gourmet kitchens featuring granite countertops, luxurious hardwood floors, cozy bedrooms with walk-in closets, and private balconies to take in the gorgeous views of downtown Denver. With added conveniences such as individually controlled air and heat, extra storage, and gourmet kitchens—you’ll discover what makes 300 East 17th Apartments your perfect home.

Office Hours

Monday9:00 AM6:00 PM
Tuesday9:00 AM6:00 PM
Wednesday9:00 AM6:00 PM
Thursday9:00 AM6:00 PM
Friday9:00 AM6:00 PM
Saturday10:00 AM4:00 PM



  • Air Conditioning
  • Broadband Internet Access

Unique Features

  • BBQ & Picnic Areas in Courtyard
  • Brand New Gated Courtyard
  • Car-Optional Lifestyle
  • Coffee Bar
  • Flexible Lease Terms
  • Gorgeous Denver Views
  • Granite Countertops
  • High Rise
  • Near Light Rail
  • Open, Light-Filled Spaces
  • Private Patios/Balconies
  • Renovated+Refreshed Apartments!
  • Rooftop Bark Park
  • Space to Work & Play at Home
  • Stainless Steel Appliances
  • Tile Backsplash
  • Tour On Your Own
  • Walking Distance to 16th Street Mall


  • Club House
  • Elevator

Outdoor Space

  • Courtyard
  • Gated Community
  • Grill
  • Picnic Area
  • Roof Terrace
  • Yard


  • Dog Park
  • Dry Cleaning Service
  • Laundry Facility
  • Maintenance on site

Fitness & Recreation

  • Fitness Center
  • Pool
  • Sauna
  • Spa


  • Granite Countertops
  • Stainless Steel Appliances

Living Space

  • Hardwood Floor
  • Recreation Room
  • Walk-In Closets


Unassigned Garage Parking

Unassigned Other Parking

Pet Policy

Cats and Dogs Allowed

Restrictions may apply

  • $35Monthly Pet Rent
  • $300Fee
  • 2Pet Limit

Nearby Shopping

Strip Center at 401-417 E 17th AveWalk: 2 min (0.1 mi)
Strip Center at 421-439 E 17th AveWalk: 3 min (0.2 mi)
Robinson BuildingWalk: 10 min (0.5 mi)

Transit / Subway

18th-CaliforniaWalk: 13 min (0.6 mi)
20th-WeltonWalk: 13 min (0.6 mi)
18th-StoutWalk: 15 min (0.7 mi)
16th-CaliforniaWalk: 14 min (0.7 mi)
16th-StoutWalk: 14 min (0.7 mi)


Denver InternationalDrive: 45 min (25.5 mi)

Colleges within 10 Miles

The Art Institute of ColoradoDrive: 2 min (0.7 mi)
Metropolitan State University of DenverDrive: 6 min (1.7 mi)
University of Colorado DenverDrive: 6 min (1.9 mi)

Parks and Recreation

History Colorado CenterWalk: 13 min (0.7 mi)
Civic Center ParkWalk: 12 min (0.6 mi)
Lower Downtown Historic District (LoDo)Walk: 19 min (1.0 mi)
Centennial GardensDrive: 7 min (2.0 mi)
Denver Botanic Gardens at York St.Drive: 7 min (2.1 mi)


Attendance Zone Nearby Property Identified
Attendance Zone Nearby Property Identified

East High School

Grades 9-12

(720) 423-8300

out of 10

Bruce Randolph School

Grades 6-12

(720) 424-1080

out of 10

Whittier K-8 School

Grades PK-8

(720) 424-3040

out of 10

Institute of Global Scholarship

Grades PK-5

(303) 832-6393

out of 10

La Academia at the Denver Inner City Parish

Grades 7-12

(303) 629-0637

out of 10

Loyola Grade School

Grades K-6

(303) 355-9900

out of 10


Walk Score®


Walker's Paradise

Transit Score®


Rider's Paradise

Bike Score®


Biker's Paradise

Renter Reviews

For 300 East 17th Apartments

10 Ratings & Reviews


Great overall, minor inconveniences

On the whole, I love living here! It's a great location, close to downtown. Convenient to tons of restaurants, bars, concert venues, etc. Also easy to get around to the suburbs and the mountains. The newly re-done courtyard is gorgeous! I don't have a dog, but I always see people using the dog run. There's a Game Center, pool, hot tub, grills, and a fire pit. So nice to walk through! I haven't used the gym, as I have a membership elsewhere, but that also seems well-used, if a little small. The laundry centers are large and usually open enough that you can do multiple loads at a time so you don't have to spend the whole day or evening doing laundry. They also take cards for payment; the readers are finicky, but it's still so much easier than collecting quarters! It's nice that the office signs for and stores packages in a locked room, but not always easy to catch someone to unlock it for you. You definitely have to time it right, or be left waiting. The maintenance crew usually responds to requests quickly and efficiently. My only complaint with them is that I usually come home to lights left on, or my belongings scattered. They recently fixed an issue with my bathroom sink and left tools there and the bathroom was a mess! Another very minor issue is that my name still isn't in the directory, despite turning in my form months ago. I have a space in the garage, which is nice, but the garage isn't very well lit and occasionally, one or the other set of doors will be blocked off with no warning. The staff is good about communicating upcoming outages or work issues, but it would be nice if they sent this out via email, too. I really enjoy living here and if my rent doesn't increase too much, would definitely renew my lease next year! Recommended!

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300 East 17th

I have lived at this complex for over 5 years and have lived in multiple units (1 and 2 bedroom units, in 2 of the 3 buildings). The 300 East 17th complex is in a great location, is priced decently, but can be poorly maintained. The building is located in Uptown Denver which has great restaurants, and next to the Central Business District which hosts many events throughout the year. It is also walking distance to the 16th Street Mall and the Light Rail public transportation. The prices are definitely not the cheapest compared to other apartments in the area, but are not as high as the bigger or newer complexes. The common areas are not nearly as nice as the newer complexes, and do not have things like a dig wash station, but the units are bigger (I have a king sized bed fit comfortably in my current bedroom). Because the buildings are older and not new like some of the other complexes 1-2 blocks away, there are issues with the units and common areas. The plumbing leaks in the underground garages creating large dirty pools of stagnant water, the main trash is on the same level as the Logan building lobby so the smell permeates throughout the lobby and onto the 2nd floor laundry room and hallways. The bathroom cabinets are metal and have rust on the inside, there are areas that are not caulked where ants and/or drafts constantly stream in, the windows and balcony/patio doors are old and not energy efficient so if it's cold outside it will be cold inside your apartment. Overall the complex is not great because every time my lease is up I am always looking to jump ship to other complexes, but ok enough that I stay and keep signing rent checks to them.

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An A-

I've lived at 300 17th Street for a year. It's a reasonably priced apartment in a great neighborhood. There are several nice restaurants and bars in the area. The building has undergone several renovations that have really improved the ambiance. My only complaint would be a lack of a washer and dryer in the apartment.

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Absolutely Love Living Here!

Excellent staff. Paul, the supervising manager, is fantastic...his energy, courtesy, and attention to detail are contagious amongst the entire staff. The building is in a prime location. Close to everything. Surrounded by parks, restaurants, entertainment. Great walkability. Condition of the renovated apartments is excellent. The property recently constructed a 24-hour dog park, complete with lights. I just recently adopted a dog, and he and I love the park! In addition to my pup making new friends, I have plugged into an entirely new population of the building: dog lovers! Great people renting here. Superb people managing. Billy Riesing Logan Tower

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Pool area loud 9pm-2am-EVEN ON TOP FLOOR-don't let mgmnt tell you otherwise. Up to you to call cops if you want to relax w/open windows. Staff IS responsive on other issues; heat, plumbing ,etc. Building renovations look modern and clean. An older concrete building-well made. Hallway doors are cheap-rude neighbors in the hall and cigarette smoke will waft in-door slamming constantly. Stainless appliances are cheapest builder grade-look ok but the fridge gurgles and runs. Fitness room not state of art. Laundry rooms are fine-people are respectful of others. Not an inexpensive place to live, but the rates are average. All in all, not a bad place to live, if you have decent neighbors. Convenient if you work downtown, but downtown is disgusting and depressing nights/weekends

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