Proximity to Denver

Small Town Feel, Big-City Benefits

Call it the best of both worlds. Just an hour drive away from Denver, Northern Colorado’s growing communities offer less traffic, a competitive cost of living and welcoming neighbors – all a stone’s throw from Colorado’s capital. That means residents get the perks of small- and medium-sized towns with the benefits of a metropolitan hub.


Business travelers and weekend warriors can book one of 1,600 daily flights out of Denver International Airport, with nonstop service to destinations throughout North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia. Satisfying your wanderlust locally is easy, too. The state’s main north-south interstate – I-25 – runs through the middle of Northern Colorado and connects with the main east-west interstate – I-70 – in Denver.

In addition to Denver, there are three regional airports:

 The Bustang and RTD Light Rail are two public transportation options for travel to and in the state’s capital.

Entertainment & Sports

Take your pick of professional sports in Denver, which is home to the Denver Broncos, the Denver Nuggets, the Colorado Rockies, Colorado Avalanche and the Colorado Rapids. Since most stadiums and arenas are in or adjacent to downtown Denver, sports fans can move the post-game festivities to one of the city’s stylish and popular bars and restaurants.

With 10 performance spaces on 12 acres, the Denver Performing Arts Complex is the largest arts center under one roof. Ballet, the symphony, opera, traveling Broadway shows and local theatre productions are on the schedule year-round. Well-known and up-and-coming music acts also visit Denver, taking the stage at one of multiple small and large venues across the city.