Englewood, CO is located in Arapahoe County. It has a population of 31,877. Englewood is a diverse place of modern and history, and home to an equal amount of singles, working families, and a popular home to many Millennials.
Popular Englewood Neighborhoods
Incorporated in 1903, Englewood has a lot of history to explore! The Arapahoe Acres neighborhood is on the National Register of Historic Places. This subdivision contains 124 completely unique homes purchased by developer Edward B. Hawkins as part of the Revere Quality House Program. With its wooden street signs, staggering architecture, and a great deal of lawn art, this community is worth strolling through. Englewood is also home to the historic 1915 Englewood Railroad Depot building Englewood Depot, a living museum of letterpress printing, typography, design, poetry, and art. The Englewood Community Garden next door, where you can volunteer, register for your own plot, or just check out the homegrown produce. The Gothic Theatre is a recently renovated art deco building. Originally built in the 1920s, The Gothic remains a classic Denver music venue.
The Museum of Outdoor Art has indoor exhibits that rotate throughout the Englewood Civic Center as well as 33 outdoor statues around the Center itself. The museum represents an effort by the city of Englewood to blend art with businesses and landscapes. Take the kids for a day at Belleview Park. This 36-acre open space contains a petting zoo, playground, multiple pavilions, miniature train, dog park, creek, sports fields, and Pirate’s Cove Water Park—a family water park with rides and slides, including a lazy river and beach area. If the waterpark isn’t your thing, visit Cherry Creek Reservoir and Cherry Creek Trails which border Englewood in neighboring Centennial.
Working in Englewood
Englewood is a full-service city that is centrally located within the Denver Metropolitan area. With outstanding access, Englewood is ideally situated for residents, businesses, and visitors. Englewood boasts a strong employee base and business-friendly government; it has long been the location of choice for a successful business. The City prepares and updates a variety of plans and reports. Upon request, the Economic Development Office can prepare specialized reports pertaining to consumer spending, traffic reports, daytime employees, etc.
Commuting from Englewood
Englewood is bike- and public-transit friendly with a WalkScore of 55. The C and D light-rail lines drop passengers at CityCenter Englewood, a transportation hub, where you can catch another train downtown or south to Littleton. Cyclists can access 20 miles of bike trails. The City of Englewood and RTD also operate a free shuttle named “Art.” Art takes riders from CityCenter to Englewood Parkway. Englewood is a primary transportation hub for the RTD, and has two light-rail stations at the Englewood Civic Center and Sheridan/Oxford. These stations are conveniently located within two- to three miles of most of the homes in Englewood. Riders can access stops along the Santa Fe corridor, downtown Denver and Union Station, via the C and D lines.
Schools in Englewood
Englewood is also home to the private college, The University of Denver.
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