Don’t miss the cozy and quaint downtown district of Arvada, located 12 miles northwest of Denver, Colorado.
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Aurora is the 3rd largest city in Colorado, with dozens of things to do, places to see, and food to try.
Brighton is a close-knit community located 20 miles from downtown Denver. If you’re looking for the feeling of a small town with the amenities of a metropolitan city, Brighton might be for you.
With over 8.000 acres of open land and a perfect balance of residential and commercial offerings, Broomfield offers Coloradans an excellent place to call home.
Castle Pines is a peaceful, residential area 20 miles south of Denver. It was established in 2008 and is characterized by its upscale convenience.
Visitors will find that the charm and small-town character of Castle Rock comes from the friendly people, community events, small businesses, outdoor spaces, and neighborhoods.
Centennial is located 12 miles south of Downtown Denver and is currently celebrating its 20th anniversary. It’s recognized as one of the best places to live in national publications.
Located south of Denver, Englewood is ideal for those looking to enjoy both the outdoors and their neighborhoods. Englewood’s history began in 1858 when gold was discovered in Little Dry Creek.
Visitors will find Evergreen 19 miles west of Denver. The town was named for the surrounding evergreen trees and boasts a delightful and historic downtown area with over twenty restaurants and forty retail stores.
With over 1,200 acres of open space, living in Genesee will feel like home for those who love what Colorado outdoors offers. You’ll enjoy the magic of the Colorado Rockies, along with the convenience of being located just 16 miles from Denver.
Located at the Rocky Mountains base, Golden was founded during the Pike’s Peak Gold Rush in 1859. Established as a minting camp, Golden has grown into one of the most charming towns in Colorado.
Located south of Denver and incorporated in 1850, Greenwood Village is home to the Denver Tech Center, along with over forty miles of scenic walking and biking trails.
Just 12 miles south of Denver, Highlands Ranch is home to beautiful neighborhoods, excellent schools, retail districts, and over 2,000 acres of Colorado open space.
Pronounced “law-fee-et” by locals, this northern Colorado community grew from a coal mining community beginning in 1889. Residents love the small-town feel, public schools, and access to the entire Boulder Valley.
Lakewood is located just west of Denver and enjoys sweeping views of the Rocky Mountain foothills. It’s the fifth-largest city in Colorado and can be easily reached by light rail from Downtown Denver.
Littleton is a family-friendly community that combines outdoor adventure access with proximity to Denver and a delightful downtown and growing art scene.
You’ll find Lone Tree on the southern edge of the Denver-Metro area. It’s home to the Park Meadows Mall and celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2020.
Located in Southeastern Boulder County, Louisville started as a small mining community in 1877 and has grown to be included on numerous lists for best cities to call home.
Don’t confuse this town with the equally popular Loveland Ski Area! You’ll find Loveland, Colorado, on the northern end of the Front Range. The so-called “Sweetheart City” is home to a vibrant art and culture community.
Named the second-best place to live in America, Parker has an idyllic feel thanks to its Western-Victorian downtown.
Located 30 miles south of Denver, Sedalia was first established in 1859. Today, you’ll find plenty of local businesses, antique shops, and a restaurant with one of the best burgers in Colorado.
Thornton is the most eastern community of the Denver-Metro area and, therefore, the closest to the Denver International Airport.
Located conveniently in the Denver-Boulder corridor, Westminster is a bustling community with plenty to offer new residents.