Denver Area Cities and Communities
There are a number of Denver-area cities that form the Denver-Aurora-Broomfield, CO Metropolitan Statistical Area. We represent real estate in Denver’s metropolitan region as well as specializing in Denver’s unique neighborhoods, so don’t hesitate to contact us if you’re interested in a home outside the ‘big city’!
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Featured Denver Area Communities
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Just seven miles outside of Denver, Arvada is a growing community popular with families and young professionals. Great planning, plenty of recreation, green space and friendly neighborhoods make Arvada homes a great choice for buyers looking for a healthy lifestyle right next door to Mile High city. View homes for sale and read more about Arvada real estate.
One of the most vital ecomomic and educational centers in the state, Boulder Colorado is home to the University of Colorado, a thriving high tech industry, the National Center for Atmospheric Research, and a wealth of music, arts and culture. Boulder homes are nestled between the iconic Flatirons and the Great Plains in the foothills of the Rockies and offer families and singles alike an outstanding standard of living. View homes for sale and read more about Boulder real estate.
Cherry Creek is an affluent Denver neighborhood famous for its rich mix of well-heeled boutiques, art galleries, exclusive restaurants, and quiet residential streets hosting some of Denver's most sought-after real estate. View homes for sale and read more about Cherry Creek real estate.
Denver is one of America's youngest and most exciting cities. Founded in 1859 as a gold mining camp, this booming metropolis now has a population of 2.4 million and is the largest city in a 600-mile radius. It is the entertainment, shopping, cultural, sports and recreation capital of the vast Rocky Mountain West. View homes for sale and read more about Denver real estate.
Highlands Ranch is a 22,000-acre planned community founded in 1981. Highlands Ranch real estate places residents just 12 miles south of Denver in Douglas County and offers them a wonderful quality of life, together with opportunities for an active lifestyle. View homes for sale and read more about Highlands Ranch real estate.
With an easy commute to Denver, quick access to the foothills of Golden and new shopping and restaurant developments, Lakewood real estate owners have a great deal to be happy about. Lakewood real estate has provided homes as well as sound financial investments for residents over the years; the reasons are obvious once you become familiar with all Lakewood has to offer. View homes for sale and read more about Lakewood real estate.
Big city lights and high rises give way to a rocky mountain backdrop in Littleton, a thriving community at the southern edge of the Denver Metro Area. Residents here enjoy some of the area's finest scenery in an attractive mid-sized city setting. View homes for sale and read more about Littleton real estate.
From our small town atmosphere to our hometown friendliness, you'll be glad you moved to Parker. A rapidly expanding community, Parker's population is currently 35,000 and growing. In your new community, you'll find myriad activities and countless ways to get involved. We encourage citizen involvement, in both the activities of the community and in the workings of our town government. View homes for sale and read more about Parker real estate.
Park Hill is located approximately three miles from Denver's central business district. Primarily residential, Denver's Park Hill neighborhood begins just east of the Denver Museum of Nature and Science on Colorado Boulevard, stretching to Quebec Street, and from Colfax Avenue to as far north as 52nd Avenue and Montview Boulevard. View homes for sale and read more about Park Hill real estate.
Stapleton is a tapestry of homes, offices, parks, shops, and schools in a walkable community of classic city architecture. The development of Stapleton real estate began in 1989, and has become one of the most attractive and talked about regions in the greater Denver area. View homes for sale and read more about Stapleton real estate.
Wash Park real estate first became popular with prominent Denverites in the early 1900s. Today, this historic, well-maintained area just south of downtown is still one of the city's most popular neighborhoods.
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