Welcome to the Neighborhood

The Denver Metro Area is diverse and spread out. Every neighborhood has its history and highlights. Choose a neighborhood below to get to know better.


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Highlands Ranch is almost a world of its own.  Located 12 miles south of Denver in unincorporated Douglas County, it’s close enough to easily commute to the Denver Tech Center or downtown, yet it is tucked away enough to leave the noise behind.

This master planned community was established in 1981 and has continued to expand over the years. Many wonderful home builders have carved a beautiful, diverse neighborhood. Young families, professionals, and those enjoying retirement combine to create a diverse and thriving community.

The gorgeous Colorado terrain can be explored in one of the newest additions: Highlands Ranch-Back Country.

There is never a dull moment in “The Ranch” where you will find many planned events for all ages. Easter egg hunts in the spring and a gorgeous firework display on the 4th of July bring the community together in a fun and exciting way, and it doesn’t cost a dime. Four recreation centers are free residents and offer state-of-the-art workout facilities, meeting rooms, running tracks and sports courts.
Highlands Ranch has received tremendous recognition for its quality of life and amenities. Time Magazine ranked it #6 among the Best Places to Live in 2016 and was described as a “snug town busting with jobs.”  Forbes recognized it as one of the top places to move in the nation.  The community was also named by Business Week as one of the best places to raise families in Colorado.



  • Highlands Ranch Town Center
  • University Park Mall
  • Shops at Highland Walk


  • Median Home Value:  $480,000
  • Median List Price: $460,000
  • Median Home Age: 20 years
  • Own/Rent %: 80/20


  • Population: 104,000
  • Pop Density (per sq.mi.): 4,300
  • Median Age: 37
  • Male/Female Ratio: 50/50
  • Median Household Income: $108,570


Stretching across the entire south-eastern Denver metro area, Centennial offers a wide variety of lifestyle options. Surrounding the Denver Tech Center, it’s popular with professionals working in that area, but it also lies on many main transportation arteries to make your commute downtown a breeze.

Centennial was established in 2001 when a wide variety of neighborhoods came together and voted to form their own city. It was named after Colorado’s moniker as the “Centennial State”. Since its founding, Centennial has been recognized as one of the best places to live in the nation by Money Magazine and USA Today. Consistently rated one of the safest cities in Colorado, Centennial residents enjoy a high quality of life. Excellent schools play a large part in this with more than 50 area schools in the award-winning Littleton Public Schools and Cherry Creek School districts.

A wide variety of recreational opportunities abound in or close by. It sits on the south border of Cherry Creek State Park, which offers a natural prairie environment of gentle, rolling hills surrounding an 880-surface-acre reservoir. You can easily go camping, picnicking or rent a facility for group events without leaving the city. The much beloved Denver Broncos also have their training center here, where you can watch their training camp practices before every season.



  • The Streets at SouthGlenn
  • The Centennial Promenade
  • IKEA
  • Denver Broncos Training Facility
  • Cherry Creek State Park


  • Median Home Value:  $432,000
  • Median List Price: $410,000
  • Median Home Age: 36 years
  • Own/Rent %: 82/18


  • Population: 107,000
  • Pop Density (per sq.mi.): 3,700
  • Median Age: 41
  • Male/Female Ratio: 49/51
  • Median Household Income: $91,941


The lovely town of Greenwood Village is nestled between Centennial and Cherry Hills Village in Arapahoe County, immediately south of Denver. While well known for containing the Denver Tech Center, Greenwood Village is more than just office suites. Its home to a vibrant mix of homes, parks, playgrounds and amazing walking and biking trails. With easy access via the Light Rail, homes range from condos to mansions, so there is something for everyone here.

“The Village” was first incorporated as a town in 1950 and received its home rule charter in 1968. Once primarily a rural community, Greenwood Village has developed into a dynamic blend of urban and residential areas, and includes nationally recognized business parks, select neighborhood associations, and is part of the acclaimed Cherry Creek school district.

You will not find a dull moment in this beautiful little place. Several first-class steakhouses, like Del Frisco’s, Shannahan’s, Ocean Prime and Ruth’s Chris, provide amazing dining opportunities. Concerts galore in your own backyard with the newly renovated Fiddlers Green Amphitheater.



  • Fiddlers Green Amphitheater
  • Belleview Promenade
  • The Landmark
  • Village Plaza


  • Median Home Value: $918,000
  • Median List Price: $1.29M
  • Median Home Age: 32 years
  • Own/Rent %: 67/33


  • Population: 14,900
  • Pop Density (per sq.mi.): 1,800
  • Median Age: 44
  • Male/Female Ratio: 48/52
  • Median Household Income: $117,500


This city just south of Denver has been described as a community with a small-town feel and big city amenities and is known for its eclectic array of businesses and its focus on the arts. With handy access via highways and public transportation, it’s easy for residents, businesspeople, and visitors to get around.

Originally the site of a gold miner’s camp at the confluence of Little Dry Creek and the South Platte River, Englewood still reflects its distinct and colorful history. The community welcomes public art displays and encourages music, theater, and dance performances. The historic Gothic Theatre has been refurbished and operates as a successful entertainment venue.

Recreational amenities abound in Englewood with 12 neighborhood parks, several athletic fields, an award-winning recreation center, a first-class golf course, one of the most successful senior centers in the region, and the popular Pirates Cove Family Aquatics Center.

The Englewood area has also become a hub for healthcare providers. The Swedish Medical Center, a Level 1 Trauma Center, is the Denver area’s referral center for neurotrauma and is a recognized leader in the treatment of stroke. Craig Hospital has been rated one of the top ten rehabilitation hospitals in the country.



  • Pirates Cove Family Aquatics Center
  • Gothic Theatre
  • Belleview Park


  • Median Home Value:  $438,000
  • Median List Price: $414,000
  • Median Home Age: 44 years
  • Own/Rent %: 49/51


  • Population: 31,900
  • Pop Density (per sq.mi.): 4,860
  • Median Age: 37
  • Male/Female Ratio: 50/50
  • Median Household Income: $47,046


Just a few miles south of downtown Denver, Littleton has a charm all its own. With its beginning during the “Pikes Peak” gold rush of 1859, this small town has retained much of it historic character. Turn-of-the-century buildings and antique shops mingle with cozy eateries, restaurants and bars.

The historic Main Street in downtown Littleton is filled with independently owned shops and galleries featuring local artists. And with nearly 1,500 acres of parks and open space, you can stay fit on more than 35 miles of bikeways or spend the day swimming, kayaking or standup paddle-boarding at Chatfield Reservoir.

Easily accessible from downtown Denver via the Light Rail, Littleton is a great place to raise a family. It was ranked #4 on Livability’s 5 Best Cities for Families in Colorado and has been recognized as a leader in education in the state. In 2016 it was the only school district in the Denver Metro Area to have earned the top rating six years in a row by the Colorado Dept. of Education.



  • Historic Downtown Littleton
  • Chatfield Reservoir
  • Hudson Gardens & Event Center


  • Median Home Value:  $441,000
  • Median List Price: $425,000
  • Median Home Age: 35 years
  • Own/Rent %: 62/38


  • Population: 44,600
  • Pop Density (per sq.mi.): 3,430
  • Median Age: 42
  • Male/Female Ratio: 48/52
  • Median Household Income: $65,221


Parker, located 20 miles southeast of Denver in Douglas County, is a small town with a big heart. Founded in 1864, but only incorporated in 1981, Parker is rooted in history and heritage.

The spirit of the west lives here and offers a unique blend of modern culture and a hometown feel. Its historic downtown hosts several cafes and restaurants along with the PACE cultural arts center and the H2O’Brien Pool. Sprinkled throughout the area are miles of multi-use trails and equestrian trails in addition to about 250 acres of developed parkland and more than 900 acres of open space.

With the small-town feel and the excellent schools, Parker makes for an excellent place to raise a family. Many commute via the convenient proximity to major roadways to southern Denver.



  • Parker Recreation Center
  • PACE Center
  • H2O’Brien Pool


  • Median Home Value:  $465,000
  • Median List Price: $486,000
  • Median Home Age: 20 years
  • Own/Rent %: 79/21


  • Population: 47,300
  • Pop Density (per sq.mi.): 2,310
  • Median Age: 34
  • Male/Female Ratio: 50/50
  • Median Household Income: $100,469


Lone Tree is home to some of the best shopping, dining, recreation, and entertainment in Metro Denver. Located less than 20 miles south of downtown Denver and 8 miles south of the Denver Tech Center, it’s a short drive or a simple light-rail ride to most of the commercial and entertainment locations in the Denver area.
The Park Meadows Mall is Colorado’s premier retail destination, while just across the way sits a vast entertainment complex. The Lone Tree Arts Center is just further down the road. With Lone Tree’s location on the southern edge of the Denver metro area, it’s outdoor recreation is outstanding. Bluffs Regional Park is 235 acres of open space with miles of trails and connections to Colorado’s best trail networks. Runners, walkers, hikers, and bikers are all greeted with some of the best views in the Rocky Mountains.



  • Park Meadows Mall
  • Lone Tree Entertainment District
  • Lone Tree Arts Center
  • Bluffs Regional Park
  • Schweiger Ranch


  • Median Home Value:  $644,000
  • Median List Price: $733,000
  • Median Home Age: 18 years
  • Own/Rent %: 57/43


  • Population: 12,500
  • Pop Density (per sq.mi.): 1,300
  • Median Age: 37
  • Male/Female Ratio: 50/50
  • Median Household Income: $110,150

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