Information Industry Association, the
Boulder/Longmont area has the highest
concentration of software-related jobs in
the nation. Longmont was named one
of the “Best Places to Live” in 2014 by
24/7 Wall Street.
Louisville lies roughly six miles east
of the City of Boulder and 25 miles
northwest of Denver. Louisville has
often been recognized for its livability.
Most recently, Money Magazine named
Louisville #1 in 2009, and then in an
unprecedented action again named
Louisville #1 in its 2011 “Best Place to
Live” issue. Many things contribute to
this exemplary quality of life and positive economic condition including 1,700
acres of open space, dozens of great
eateries, a thriving arts scene, great
schools and a diverse mix of employment opportunities. The city owns,
either alone or in conjunction with other
governmental entities, approximately
1700 acres of designated open space.
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Known as “the gateway to Boulder Valley,” the town of Superior
is about a 30-minute drive northwest of downtown Denver and six
miles east of Boulder. Superior was the fastest growing town in Colorado throughout most of the 1990s. The city has more than 540 acres
of parks and open space and 28 miles of trails that connect neighborhood parks and the regional trail network. Superior offers a small-town
environment with a rich history, an ideal location and great access to
Boulder County amenities.