Living in Centennial
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 is home of over 100k residents who have a median household income of $102k. Locals of Centennial enjoy spending time outdoors and being active with over 300 sunny days in Colorado. Access to Denver is easy as locals can jump on the light rail and head downtown to explore shops and restaurants.
Centennial Community and Neighborhoods
A big draw of Centennial is the great public school districts and family oriented neighborhoods. Easy access to Denver and attractive homes are also large factors for Centennial’s popularity. The majority of Centennial’s neighborhoods are suburban with a majority of residents who own their home. Around the town, locals have lots of options for dining, recreation, and shopping. The town is home to the popular shopping center Streets at SouthGlenn, which is a walking mall full of shops, boutiques and dining options. Family oriented fun around the town is of no shortage as well, with popular attractions such as Elitch Gardens, the Denver Zoo, the Botanical Gardens, and various museums surrounding the area.
Moving to Centennial
If you are looking to relocate to Centennial, or buy Centennial real estate, it helps to have all your tools and resources in order. There are several ways that 8z Real Estate can make moving to Centennial easier.
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