Discover Your South Denver Metro Real Estate Expert: Greg Waldmann
Centennial is located just south of the Denver metro area in Arapahoe County and is one of Colorado’s newest and largest cities. The community is rated to be one of the top safest communities in Colorado, perfect for families and singles. The City of Centennial encompasses 29.4 square miles and access to Denver is easy as locals can jump on RTD light rail and head downtown to explore shops and restaurants.
At the juncture of rough and refined you’ll discover availability of a one of a kind lifedata-style, hard against the backdrop of the majestic Rocky Mountain range. The Mile High City is an awe-inspiring old west town offering the cultural experiences of a Big Apple and the welcoming warmth of a Mayberry.
Englewood is home to 35,000 residents in the heart of the Denver metropolitan region. Englewood is proudly independent, full-service community with the third highest concentration of millennials in Colorado. Minutes from world class art and entertainment venues in downtown Denver and the Rocky Mountain foothills.
Franktown is a charming small town with a population of just over 3,000. The town is located about 30 minutes southeast of Denver and is known for its rustic western vibe. Franktown is a favorite stop for bikers of both the motorized and the fat-tire variety. The area also features Castlewood Canyon State Park featuring sheer canyon walls, rolling trails and the remains of the century-old Castlewood Canyon Dam. Around the ruins lie miles of scenic hiking trails, numerous technical rock-climbing routes and excellent birding areas.
Is it any wonder that a city inhabited by more than 74 percent college graduates has created a place nationally recognized for its business parks? Combine that with offering some of the loveliest residential developments in the state, and you’ll find Greenwood Village.
Highlands Ranch is an unincorporated community located south of Denver which began in 1978 when a large parcel of land was purchased by the Misson Viejo Company to build a planned suburb. The plans included several schools, a recreation center, public library, several public parks, bike paths and a green belt of undeveloped land.
Lakewood, Colorado is the 5th largest suburb in the city of Denver and is located just west of downtown Jefferson County. The city is easy to reach and commute to via RTD light rail from Union Station and provides spectacular views of the Rocky Mountain foothills. Lakewood has over 80 maintained parks for family fun and outdoor activities. The world-famous Red Rocks Amphitheater is located just outside of town and is easily accessible to locals who want to enjoy great concerts or hikes.
Littleton is a suburban city of about 41,000 people, located south and west of Denver. It spans parts of the Arapahoe, Douglas, and Jefferson counties. Western Littleton is in close proximity to C-470 & I-70, making it very popular for easy access to the mountains. The South Platte River runs through the western part of town. Downtown Littleton is located around the historic main street area, you can find urban living options, light rail access, and lots of walking paths.
The City of Lone Tree is ideally situated at the crossroads of I-25 and C-470, which provides high visibility and easy access for businesses. It is the home to five RTD light rail stations, each with unique transit-oriented development opportunities. Lone Tree has multiple retail, healthcare and class A office projects and is home to a workforce of over 25,000.
Parker holds the distinction of being one of few places in Colorado that declared itself a town per the home rule statutes. Founded in 1864 and incorporated in 1981, this Douglas County town has a strong sense of community pride and a proud heritage of outstanding adherence to the highest civic duty standards.