Sometimes referred to as the Queen of the West, Denver, Colorado has always embraced its historical roots while boldly moving into the 21st century. Located just east of the magnificent Rocky Mountain range, this state capital is a gleaming city with no fewer than 78 distinct neighborhoods, each having its own unique niche and restaurants with foods from around the world. Denver has something for everyone.
City-Data.com reports the population of Denver exceeded 663,000 people in 2014, close to a 20% increase since the 2010 census. This is no surprise considering the wonderful way of life and the incredible amenities the city offers. Denver boasts close to 20,000 acres of parkland. Swimmers enjoy the 16 outdoor and 13 indoor pools maintained by the city's Parks and Recreation department.
City residents are serviced by the Denver Public Schools with an enrollment of over 92,000 students in 199 schools. Offering a range of educational choices, the district includes magnet and charter schools as well as specialized schools. Parents can participate in school choice in which children may apply to schools other than their neighborhood boundary school. According to GreatSchools.com, several district schools have received the highest rating of 10.
Denver has many different attractions to choose from. The Denver Botanic Gardens introduces visitors to the beautiful plants found around the region and educates the public in ways to protect them. Sports enthusiasts love Denver. Coors Field is home to Major League Baseball's Colorado Rockies while Sports Authority Stadium at Mile High houses the National Football League's Denver Broncos. Others may wish to explore the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. Featuring floors of exhibits, hands-on activities, an IMAX theater and more, the museum is an amazing educational experience for all. Of course, everybody loves to see the incredible wildlife at the Denver Zoo.
Denver's median home value is $371,100. This represents an increase of 9.6% over last year with another 3% increase anticipated this year indicating a healthy real estate market here. Prices vary depending on the selected neighborhood. Those unsure of whether to buy or rent should anticipate a median rental index of $1999. Want to see the latest Denver housing market activity? Create a free custom market report for YOUR neighborhood or area!
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