Greenwood Village, Colorado was first founded over fifty years ago. Its history of dairy farms and grand estates contribute to the current day diversity of residential properties ranging in price from $400,000 condos to several million dollars estates. Greenwood Village has great retail and restaurant options and it's central location and ease of public transportation make it a popular choice for people of all ages.
Working in Greenwood Village:
Greenwood Village has an extraordinary business environment. Home to the Denver Tech Center, Greenwood Plaza, the Village Center, and other highly sought after business developments, Greenwood Village is an important economic asset in Denver metro.
For a full list of businesses in Greenwood Village, click here. With numerous retail and restaurant establishments, Greenwood Village is an important center for business.
Living in Greenwood Village:
Planning to move to Greenwood Village? The City of Greenwood Village provides a handy New Resident Checklist.
Greenwood Village has award-winning parks such as Westlands Park and Silo Park where families can play in the playground or enjoy a picnic in the park. The city also prides itself on the amenities offered at William McKinley Carson Park; this 6-acre park features a fishing pond, a skate park, trail system, and a walkway that provides a view of the Greenwood Gulch Trail. Other popular parks in Greenwood Village for equestrian users are Rollin D. Barnard Park and Alexander Lane Equestrian Park. Explore the Village’s neighborhood parks and playgrounds, open space areas, and equestrian parks and trails.
Greenwood Village has two significant regional trail systems that wind through the community: the High Line Canal Trail on the west side of the city and the Cherry Creek Trail on the east side of the city. The Village’s most significant open space area, the Marjorie Perry Nature Preserve, provides picturesque views of the Rocky Mountains Download the Greenwood Village Trail Map here.
Commuting from Greenwood Village
Greenwood Village highway access with Interstate I-25, the main north/south thoroughfare in Colorado, going directly through its boundaries. Just outside its boundaries, the Village is adjacent to I-225, a spur off of the I-25, which goes to the northeast metro area and connects to the I-70.
Greenwood Village has three light rail stations to take you to anywhere between DTC and Downtown Denver or DTC and West to Mineral Station in Littleton:
Dayton Street Station located at Dayton and I-225
Orchard Station, located at Orchard and Greenwood Plaza Boulevard
Arapahoe Station at Village Center, located at Caley and Yosemite, directly adjacent to I-25. The station is also connected to the Village Center development, a premier site for office and retail.
In addition, the recently opened light rail extension to Denver International Airport (DIA), provides access to the Village by rail from DIA. Just 10 minutes to the east of Greenwood Village, Centennial Airport.
Greenwood Village Colorado Schools
Cherry Creek School District and Littleton Public Schools Public Schools are the two school districts that not only serve this community but also set some of the highest standards for public education in the Denver Area.
Schools in Greenwood Village
Cherry Creek High School
9300 East Union Avenue, Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Campus Middle School
4785 South Dayton Street, Greenwood Village, CO 80111
West Middle School
5151 South Holly Street, Greenwood Village, CO 80121
Belleview Elementary School
4851 South Dayton Street, Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Greenwood Elementary School
5550 South Holly Street, Greenwood Village, CO 80111
5859 South University Boulevard, Greenwood Village, CO 80121
Greenwood Village Properties
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