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Centennial City Luxury Real Estate
Just 12 minutes away from Parker, the City of Centennial is located at the southern part of Denver metropolitan area and is the newest City in Colorado. It is part of Arapahoe County and has approximately 106,114 residents, ranking it as the 10th most populous municipality in the state. It is also one of the top 15 safest municipalities in the entire country. The majority of the working class in Centennial has office, administrative, sales, executive and construction-related occupations. The top employers in this city include Jones International University, US Foods, Comcast, South Metro Fire Rescue, Saunders Construction and United HealthCare to name a few. The close proximity to the Denver Tech Center makes this an excellent location for many professionals who work in one of its many large office buildings. The ‘Streets at Southglenn’ is a new outdoor shopping area located on the Western end of the City.
Centennial came about as the result of combined efforts from volunteers representing several unincorporated segments of Arapahoe County in an attempt to prevent further annexation by Greenwood Village. The vote for incorporation was passed in September 2000, and the official creation of the city came about a few months later, in February 2001. Six years later, the citizens would vote incorporate home rule for Centennial. It is one of the youngest cities in the country.
Amenities and Famous Landmarks
Centennial maintains a good portion of public and private enterprises that provide education, health, recreation, and safety for its citizens. Many of these amenities are offshoots of those established before incorporation. Most of Centennial can be accessed via Regional Transportation District (RTD) at the Dry Creek station. RTD bus lines also pass throughout the metro including Arapahoe Road and Quebec Street. Public education is available from either Littleton or Cherry Creek. Regis Jesuit High school and Saint Thomas More Catholic School are some of the private school options. Medical facilities include East-West Health Center, Catholic Health Initiatives, Centennial Medical Plaza, Children’s Hospital Colorado Orthopedic Care, University of Colorado Hospital, Rocky Mountain Urgent Care, and Littleton Adventist Hospital.
This is the first park that was made specifically for Centennial. Opened in 2012, this award-winning 11-acre park provides spaces for kids to play in and spots for the adults to enjoy a night of fun and music.
- Broncos Training Facility
Located in nearby Engleton, the Paul D. Bowlen Memorial Broncos Center is the headquarters and main training center for the Denver Broncos.
Centennial Colorado Homes
Most of the houses that you can find in Centennial are single-family homes with larger lots than many Cities in the Denver Metro Area. There are approximately 36,000 households in this city and majority of which are property owners. The average housing price in this area is around $500,000, while the average cost of renting is about $2,000. Houses can go for as high as $4,100,000 in certain spots of town. Some of these properties may be:
- Custom contemporary
- Bungalow style
- Georgian style
Call up Matt Metcalf today to learn various purchasing options for homes in Centennial.