|The Real World: Denver|
|Season Run||November 22, 2006 – May 16, 2007|
|No. of Episodes||28|
|Previous||The Real World: Key West|
|Next||The Real World: Sydney|
The Real World: Denver is the eighteenth season of MTV's reality television series The Real World, which focuses on a group of diverse strangers living together for several months in a different city each season, as cameras follow their lives and interpersonal relationships.
The Denver cast worked for Outward Bound. They were trained on wilderness courses and later guided New Orleans teenagers displaced by Hurricane Katrina in hiking treks.
The 21,927-square-foot (2,037.1 m2), two-story building is located in Lower Downtown (LoDo) Denver, a historic district and mixed-use neighborhood. Constructed in 1963, the building was sold in late April for $2.7 million to 1920 Market Street, LLC, a holding company that included the producers of the series. The Denver LoDo building was the first property in the 18 seasons of The Real World that Bunim-Murray Productions purchased for the filming of the series. Bunim-Murray had to seek permission from the city to temporarily rezone it from its commercial status to residential. The purchase of the building included extensive renovations, including the addition of an Endless Pool. On December 1, 2006 the building was sold for $3.3 million to Steve and Shane Alexander, partners in The Alexander Group, LLC. The sale included all of the furnishings that were used for the filming of the series, except for the artwork, which had been on loan.
|Alex Smith||22||Houston, Texas|
|Brooke LaBarbera||24||Nashville, Tennessee|
|Colie Edison||22||East Brunswick, New Jersey|
|Davis Mallory||23||Marietta, Georgia|
|Jenn Grijalva||22||Martinez, California|
|Stephen Nichols||22||Sacramento, California|
|Tyrie Ballard||23||Omaha, Nebraska|
Note: (*) Age at the time of filming.