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Reasons to Move to Denver

Denver is increasingly the chosen city for Americans to call home. People who live in Denver love it, and people who have family there love to visit. So what’s all the hype about the Mile High City? We have a few reasons to share with you why moving to Denver might be the best decision you make. Read on and by the end of this list, you’ll be browsing available Denver properties in no time.

Sports fan? Denver has every major sports team—Broncos for football, the Avalanche soccer team, basketball is the Nuggets, and the Rockies on the baseball field.

The Red Rocks Amphitheater is a prime venue for shows, musical acts, and more. The Red Rocks are a geological treasure and have been utilized in a way for residents to enjoy them multiple ways.

Foodie? You will love Denver chili, which is crafted from Hatch Chilies from New Mexico. It’s a unique and delicious taste that is a Colorado staple.

Downtown Denver is a hub for work and for play. Loft and apartment living is available for young professionals, and the nightlife downtown is pretty great—not to mention extremely walkable.

Local laid back bars like The Cherry Cricket make Denver unique. Cherry Creek North is a ritzy neighborhood that is home to this low key bar.  This down-to-earth, laid back bar and restaurant is a staple among Denver residents. Locals love the upside down hockey rink that adorns the Cricket’s ceiling along with the solid food and beer menu.

The National Western Stock Show is held here every year in January. Come check out rodeos, livestock auctions, dancing horses, and much more at this event that takes place for two weeks in downtown Denver.

Bike rentals are a huge thing. Denver B Cycle is a city-wide bike sharing system. People can purchase varying packages depending on their needs. Options include an annual pass, 30 day card, 7 day card or one that’s good for just 24 hours—and stations are located all over Denver.

Money is made here—literally! Denver’s branch of the U.S. Mint first started producing coins in 1906. The general public can swing by, take a tour of the facility and see currency still being made for circulation.

Enjoy craft beers? You’ll really enjoy Denver. There are micro breweries located all over Colorado and many within the Denver city limits. Despite being home to Coors, the craft scene in Denver is amazing.

There you have it—a few reasons why Denver is an amazing place to live. If you need more convincing, why not come visit? We’re pretty sure you will love it!