Aurora may be considered a suburb of Denver, but in size, it’s slightly bigger, spread over nearly 155 square miles, with the Mile High City covering 153. It lies about 9.5 miles east of downtown Denver and is home to Denver International Airport, with its location giving it the nickname, “Gateway to the Rockies.”
Many who move to one of the Aurora apartments or buy a home here, do so to enjoy the close proximity to the mountains and all the outdoor adventures offered nearby, as well as to take advantage of the strong job market. But before you do the same you’ll want to know about the cost of living here to ensure you make the best decision possible.
The average cost of living in this city may be higher than the national average, but it’s lower than the state average, with most Aurora residents paying less not only
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