Relocating to Colorado is a Great Move!

You’re never far from beautiful vistas and great outdoor recreation opportunities when you live in Colorado. This is a view of the Flatirons in Boulder.

Well known for its average of 300 sunny days per year, its vast array of outdoor activities and its healthy and fitness minded population, Denver is popular location for business. According to the Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation, ” In the last three decades, the region diversified its oil and gas-dependent economy, spearheaded construction of the nation’s only new airport in the past 25 years, and rolled on the nation’s largest single transit buildout.” With all of its advantages, it’s no wonder many high end executives are relocating to Colorado. If you are among them, there are many things you can expect out of your new state.

You can always play outside

With the largest public parks system in the country, consisting of several acres of city and mountain parks, there are many ways for you and your family to enjoy the outdoors. The Denver metro area is located mere hours away from world-class skiing, snowboarding and other mountain sports. There are also over 35 golf courses in the metro area alone, many of which are open all year. Add that to miles of hiking/biking trails, and you have a different way to explore the metro area every weekend.

You can enjoy new foods

Denver is fast becoming a culinary destination in the United States. Over the past decade, several respected chefs have brought their own unique culinary creations to the Mile High city. In an article in Conde Nast Traveler, chef Jennifer Jasinski (founder of Rioja) opens up to the author about some of Denver’s unique food opportunities. “Farm to table isn’t new, but our people are really health conscious and outdoorsy, and small farms, especially dairy farms, are popping up and integrating into the food scene here in a really unique way.” Jasinski and other chefs have offered up many fine dining options for residents and visitors alike.

There is an abundance of sports teams – and fans

Catch a hockey or basketball game or see a concert at the Pepsi Center.
Catch a hockey or basketball game or see a concert at the Pepsi Center.

If you and your family are into sports, the Denver metro area can not be beat. Home to major league teams in seven different sports, as well as the country’s largest rugby stadium. Coors Field was voted one of the “Top 10 Ballparks” by Fox Sports in 2011, and Denver has some of the most passionate fans in sports. You and your family will love taking in a game in the boxes, or even sitting field-side and cheering on the team.

These are only a few of Denver’s selling points. One of the best things about relocating to Colorado is that residents who work hard have plenty of opportunities to play hard. Denver offers many neighborhoods that have a multitude of homes that will allow you to relax on your down time. To find your perfect home in your ideal neighborhood, contact us, and then begin reaping all of the benefits that Colorado has to offer.