While urban Denver gets all the attention for the best restaurants, the best bars, the best concerts, etc., the suburbs are home to some amazing places that you just have to be in-the-know to experience.
They may be more spread out – but that just means they have more parking.
Many of us have chosen to live in the Burbs for the schools, the yards, the garages, and the walkout basements, but there are also of plenty of activities and neighborhood gems that keep our FOMO at bay. I am excited to share those with you.
If you’re looking to make a move to or within the Denver Suburbs, I can help with that too. I have lived in Centennial for the past decade, when I moved here with my two young children. We lived across the street from SouthGlenn the summer that Whole Foods opened, in a house that my grandparents owned for more than 50 years. Now we live in Heritage Greens, a neighborhood of around 600 homes that was built in the 80’s by Celebrity Homes. Out of 600 houses, only 2-4 are for sale at any given time in this current real estate market – showing again how desirable the Burbs are. As a licensed real estate agent, I know of homes for sale sometimes before they’re even listed.
So have fun exploring Real Suburban Denver, and let me know if you have any recommendations for what to eat, drink, or do!