Newcomers are excited to discover the variety of home styles and the diverse neighborhoods in the metro Denver area. Encompassing seven counties across approximately 4,500 square miles, the metro Denver area is home to a distinctive mix of cities, towns and unincorporated communities.
Housing options within the metro area range from urban lofts and downtown high-rise buildings to horse properties and rural acreage. Neighborhoods are available to suit any lifestyle.
Planned communities are emerging in areas recently available for housing construction, such as Riverfront Park in Denver’s newest Central Park neighborhood and the redevelopment of the former Stapleton International Airport area.
Co-housing options, town centers and lifestyle communities are key elements in the redevelopment of the original Elitch Gardens and the former Lowry Air Force Base sites. Revitalization in the Cherry Creek, Hilltop, Highlands and Washington Park neighborhoods adds eclectic and innovative new housing as older homes are refurbished or razed, making way for new designs.
Metro Denver’s cost of living is lower than most major cities and ranks near the national average compared with more than 300 urban areas included in the fourth quarter 2005 ACCRA Cost of Living Index. The metro area’s index of 100.6 for all items means that price levels for consumer goods and services are just above the national average of 100.
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