This listing is for the entire apartment. I have a separate listing if you are interested in only renting one bedroom with ensuite, private, full bath in a shared apartment. Look under "homestay".
This 2br/2ba, almost new apartment home is located at 29th Street Mall between Pearl & Walnut. Next door, are retail shops (such as Macy's, Apple & Nordstrom Rack) and restaurants/bars/coffee shops, as well as seasonal outdoor events/music, 16 screen theater and a skating rink.
Just outside of the mall, is Whole Foods, Barnes & Noble, Target and more on Pearl St. The popular pedestrian mall portion of Pearl St is a 20 minute walk or 5 minute bike ride.
Here, you will find 50+ restaurants, street performers, music and great people watching. Chautauqua hiking is also nearby. Everything Boulder is at your doorstep. The view faces South, overlooking the mountains and Macy's parking. You can see the start of the annual Bolder Boulder marathon from the balcony.
24 hr gym
salt water pool & hot-tub (both open year-round)
2 large courtyards w firepit/outdoor grill kitchens & tvs
cyber café - computer/printer/fax/coffee/wi-fi
club/game (pool table) room.
excellent bus service (see below)
pets welcome @ $40 additional/night We have a pet shampoo room.
flat screen tv in living room
Bathrooms equipped w/robes, hairdryer, toiletries
Contemporary kitchen with stainless appliances
Furniture less than one yr old - wood/brown leather
Q bed w/very expensive pillow top mattress -2nd room has 2 twins which can convert to a King.
Natural granite counter tops in kitchen & baths
Showers with built-in seats & curved rods,
Oval tub with lounge back (bubbles & candles provided, chocolate & champagne are extra :-)
Secure, heated, underground parking for one car (2 cars MAY be possible)
The space is ideal for 2 couples. It's more private, convenient and luxurious, not to mention less expensive....than just ONE room at one of Boulder's better hotels.
Denver International Airport to Boulder's RTD station at Walnut & 14th St (1.3 mi away) is $13pp/OW.
The Super Shuttle door to door service is $33pp/OW.
The local HOP bus loops 29th St Mall, CU and Pearl, every 15 minutes. (The bus system is fantastic)
Bike rental - advance reservation @ $10/day (highly recommended) Take the Boulder Creek bike path to the Farmer's Market, Sat morn & Wed eve.
NEED ADDITIONAL SPACE/BEDS/REQUESTS?
With advance notice, a regular height, automatically inflatable, Q air mattress can be available.
If you need an additional 1 or 2 bedrm apartment in the same building, I may be able to arrange one for you.
If you need babysitting, a stocked refrigerator, fresh flowers, etc....just ask me. (My 21 yr old daughter does a lot of babysitting, school schedule permitting)
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Polar Bear Plunge: New Year's Day
The Ice Rink at One Boulder Plaza: January - February
Chocolate Lover's Fling - Benefit Safehouse, featuring a silent auction, dinner, and many wonderfully decadent chocolate goodies.
Screamin' Snowman Snowshoe Race
Boulder International Film Festival - Boulder Theater - Held annually on President's Day Weekend, featuring an eclectic infusion of innovative storytellers, actors and audiences from all over the world.
Downtown Boulder Sidewalk MidWinter Sale
St. Patrick's Day Parade - The ‘World's Shortest St. Patrick's Day Parade' is a fun Boulder tradition.
Boulder Bach Festival - Live performances by local area orchestras, choruses, soloists and a handful of nationally-known musicians.
Fashion Under the Flatirons - Boulder Theater
Boulder Spring Half Marathon
Retro Ski Day - Eldora Mountain Resort
Farmer's Market - April -Oct - The Farmer's Market takes place outside and is the largest in the state. Twice a week residents and visitors can fill their bags with goodies on Wednesdays 4pm - 8pm ( May) and Saturdays 8am - 2pm (April).
Conference on World Affairs - University of Colorado -Started by the late CU professor Howard Higman, this yearly event attracts world-renowned experts.
Tulip Fairy & Elf Parade - Spring officially arrives in Downtown Boulder when the beautiful, colorful Tulip Fairy, along with pint-sized fairies and elves, parades around the Pearl Street Mall ‘waking up the tulips'.
Boulder Distance Classic
Taste of Pearl
Boulder Home & Garden Fair
Chautauqua Summer Festival - May - September - A series of high quality, vibrant and diverse performances.
Boulder Creek Festival - This Memorial Day weekend festival along Boulder Creek celebrates spring with live entertainment, food and drink and art exhibits.
Bolder Boulder 10K Race - On Memorial Day, more than 50,000 people run this 10 kilometer (6.2 mile) race, while another 80,000 people come just to watch the event. WATCH THE START OF THE RACE FROM YOUR OWN BALCONY!
Village Arts Coalition (VAC) International Festival - Music and dance from cultures around the world on Pearl Street Mall for two days of events and performances.
Community Folk Dancing - Tuesdays June -September - Celebrate Colorado's ethnic and cultural heritage with a weekly program of dance - Dushanbe Teahouse.
Performances in the Park June - August - Enjoy live music in an outdoor setting in the various parks around Boulder. Monday evenings beginning at 7p.m.
Boulder Walk and Bike Month
Uni-Hill 2k & Kids 1k
Rocky Mountain Cup College Showcase Summer soccer tournament.
Twenty Ninth Street LIVE - Saturdays - June - August - This concert series features lots of great restaurants & shopping, and the best sunset in Boulder.
Boulder Jewish Festival
Bands on the Bricks - Wednesdays - June - August - Put on your dancin' shoes and hit the bricks...the bricks in front of the Boulder County Courthouse.
Noon Tunes - Fridays June - August - The concerts are held in the 1300 block of Pearl on the bricks in front of the Boulder County Courthouse.
Boulder Ballet - Ballet in the Park
5430 Sprint Triathlon
Colorado Shakespeare Festival: June - August - Founded in 1958 and still going strong, it's held outdoors at the Mary Rippon Theater.
Colorado Music Festival - June - August - This internationally acclaimed festival is held four nights per week for seven weeks at the historic Chautauqua Auditorium.
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