Living in Lakewood
Lakewood, Colorado is the 5th largest suburb in the city of Denver and is located just west of downtown in Jefferson County. The city is easy to reach and commute to via light rail from Union Station and provides spectacular views of the Rocky Mountain foothills. Locals spend time near the downtown shopping, dining and enjoying activities at the Belmar shopping development. Community areas such as the Lakewood Cultural Center and the Lakewood Heritage Center provide locals with expansive cultural experiences throughout there year, from history to art. If you’re looking to soak up the Colorado sun, 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 a great concerts or hike.
Lakewood Community and Neighborhoods
Home to about 154,000 residents, the community of Lakewood is rising in popularity due to its great location and ideal amenities. A mix of housing options can be found throughout town, perfect for someone who prefers either a urban or suburban lifestyle. Condos, apartments and townhomes can be found near the light rail station and are popular because of the easy commute to downtown Denver. Suburban living is easy in Lakewood, single-family homes, big and small can be found around town. With friendly neighborhoods and access to great public schools, Lakewood is an awesome place to raise a family. Locals love the small community feel and gorgeous views of the mountains in Lakewood!
Lakewood Neighborhood Map
Moving to Lakewood
If you are looking to relocate to Lakewood, or buy Lakewood 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 Lakewood easier.
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