Downtown Boulder has upwards of
1,000 businesses ( 85 percent of which are
locally owned and operated). A nice mix
of popular chain stores and locally owned
shops and restaurants dot the Pearl Street
Mall, an outdoor pedestrian mall with the
best people watching in the region. About
two-dozen restaurants downtown offer a
full lunch for $5 or less, and many other
restaurants provide elegant dining options.
Denver’s innovative and thriving restaurant
scene may take visitors by surprise. It’s one
of the region’s best kept—but rapidly disap-
pearing—secrets! From classic American
comfort food and steakhouses, to endless
Ethnic options from around the world, it’s
an exciting time to be immersed in Denver’s
dining scene. In recent years, a large number
of Denver’s chefs have been recognized at
the national and even international level.
Business opportunities are plentiful in metro
Denver. The same qualities that make people
want to live in Denver also create an ideal
environment for the growth of all kinds of
businesses and industries. Employers have no
trouble drawing top employees to work at their
businesses in the Denver metro region. Denver
attracts companies both large and small, representing a healthy cross section of industries,
including aerospace, aviation, biosciences,
telecommunications, software development,
health care, financial services and energy.
Denver’s location is optimal for more
than just incredible views and recreational
possibilities. It’s also a very convenient place,
strategically, located in the middle of the
country, making it easier to conduct business
and stay connected with people all over the
nation—and world, for that matter. Both
domestic and international businesses find
opportunities to thrive in Denver.
Denver International Airport, one of the
busiest airports in the U.S., makes operating out of Denver ideal for businesses
that rely on the ability to move quickly
and efficiently to grow their businesses.
Other modes of transportation in the area
also make the metro area increasingly
connected. FasTracks, the metro area’s
project to build out its mass transit system,
is steadily adding infrastructure and
capacity to the area. The project includes
122 miles of new commuter rail and light
rail, 18 miles of bus rapid transit, 21,000
new parking spaces at light rail and bus
stations, and enhanced bus service across
eight counties. This investment in the
region’s future will make it easier than ever
for people to move around the area.
WELCOME TO THE
Denver residents enjoy an enviable “
Mountain West” lifestyle that allows them to enjoy
the great outdoors, stay active, and relax
with a view of the Rocky Mountains always
in the distance. But residents also benefit
from city amenities made possible by vibrant
arts, culture, shopping, dining, and sports
scenes. The excellent business opportunities
attract companies and high-quality workers.
Residents value education and believe in
investing in the future.
Add Colorado’s temperate and sunny
climate, affordability, quality healthcare,
and friendly people, and you’ll understand
why so many people move here. Welcome
New city, new state?
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President, Greenwood Village Office, AWS
Wealth Advisor, RJFS
Certified Portfolio Manager
Certified Divorce Financial Analyst
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