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Colorado apartments and off campus rentals for college students. 1 bedroom apts, 2 bedroom apts (great for roommates), studios, lofts, duplexes and homes. Search a variety of floor plans, rental rates and leasing options of off-campus housing places including apartments, rooms, condos, duplexes and houses. Maybe you need a cheap apartment because your budget is limited, or it needs to be walking distance from campus because you don't have a car. Whatever your reason you can find your next place today at Campus Rent the apartment finder and college rental site!

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Colorado Facts & Figures

August 1, 1876 brought Colorado into statehood making it the 38th state. The capitol of Denver, known as the Mile High City, is the largest in this state of over 5 million and contains nearly 350,000 apartment units.

The state tree is the Rocky Mountain Columbine, appropriately named for its location amid the Rocky Mountains. Colorado is famous for its snow skiing and was even popularized in a song by John Denver, "Rocky Mountain High".