Interested in moving to Broomfield Colorado? Here is everything you need to know
If you are looking for a great metro Denver suburban area to move to and love what Colorado has to offer, then Broomfield should be on your radar as a community worth exploring with plenty to explore.
The Broomfield community was first incorporated back in 1962 and was named after the “broomcorn” that was grown in the area. Over the years the Broomfield area has grown nicely and now supports a population of over 60,000 people boasting a well-educated
workforce with over 51% of the residents having a bachelor’s degree or higher. The average median family income is over $95,000, and property values hold very well. Broomfield is also its own County in Colorado as well, providing the City and County services that go along with it.
Read more below about what Broomfield, CO has to offer.
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Career and job opportunities
If career or job opportunities are something you want to explore, the Interlocken Business Park is host to several companies providing a wide range of industries and job opportunities featuring Oracle, Clifton Gunderson LLP, Corporate Express, McKesson, Vail Resorts, and so forth. Ball Corporation also features their headquarters in Broomfield, so as you can already tell there are plenty of career and job opportunities in the area to explore.
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The Bay Aquatic Park
Broomfield also has its own outdoor water park to take the family to on those hot summer days called The Bay .
Broomfield Community Common
Dog park, soccer and football fields where many sporting events for the kids take place, playground, and you get the idea.
Flatiron Crossing Mall
Offering a wide array of major retail shopping outlets along with local stores as well.
Eagle Trace Golf Course
Eagle Trace Golf Clubs’ amenities include a 3500 sq. feet clubhouse with a full service restaurant and bar.
Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant
The restaurant is warm, fun and comfortable with modern-day décor and unique architecture.
Serves the best possible food, at affordable prices, using only the finest freshest ingredients, and to enrich the lives of each other.
C.B. & Potts
You will always find samples of their hard work at local festivals up and down the Colorado Front Range.
Twin Peaks Restaurant
Everything is rarefied to make you feel special. They offer everything you crave and more.
AMC Flatiron Crossing 14
AMC is always innovating and changing the way their guests see movies. They are a leader in the entertainment industry.
1st Bank Center
1st Bank Center can accommodate live music, family shows, sporting events, community functions, and more.
Omni Interlocken Golf Course
Their 27-hole championship golf course with striking scenery and more than 400 feet of elevation changes
Omni Hotels & Resorts
While Omni Hotels & Resorts provide concierge services to the golf course or relax in their spa and outdoor pool.
Broomfield Parks and Recreation
Broomfield offers very close to plenty of parks and recreation, schools, retail/shopping, offices and business complex, and is located between Denver and Boulder offering easy access to both with reasonable commute times to either location. Speaking of parks and recreation, looking for a great recreation center to take the family or go hang out? Check out the Paul Derda recreation center (https://www.broomfield.org/339/Recreation) offering plenty of amenities like indoor swimming and water slides, workout facilities, basketball courts, children’s playing area, gymnasium, and plenty of walking and hiking trails throughout the area. Broomfield also has its own outdoor water park to take the family to on those hot summer days called The Bay and you can click on the link to learn more at: (https://www.broomfield.org/Facilities/Facility/Details/2). The Broomfield Community Commons (https://www.broomfield.org/Facilities/Facility/Details/9)is also a must see featuring a dog park, soccer and football fields where many sporting events for the kids take place, playground, and you get the idea.
Looking for shopping and restaurants?
Look no further as Broomfield features the Flatiron Crossing Mall (http://www.flatironcrossing.com/) offering a wide array of major retail shoppingoutlets along with local stores as well. This particular location features a wide array of eating venues to check out like P.F. Chang’s (https://www.pfchangs.com/colorado/7700-broomfield---flat-irons), Gordon Biersch (http://www.gordonbiersch.com/locations/broomfield?action=view), Village Tavern (http://www.villagetavern.com/), sports bars like CB Potts (http://www.cbpotts.com/locations/flat-irons/), Twin Peaks (http://www.twinpeaksrestaurant.com/locations/flatiron/), and if you want to take in a movie after doing all your shopping and eating, visit the AMC Flatiron Crossing 14 for a movie (https://www.amctheatres.com/movie-theatres/denver/amc-flatiron-crossing-14). Also don’t forget to check out the Bank One Center (http://www.1stbankcenter.com/) located in the Avista development off of Hwy 36and Wadsworth Blvd.
Are you a golfer?
Check out the championship golf course at Omni Interlocken Golf Course (https://www.omnihotels.com/hotels/denver-interlocken/golf) as this 27 hole course will provide scenery, fun, and challenge you while you play this beautiful course. Even if you are just visiting, you can stay at the Omni Hotel and Resort (https://www.omnihotels.com/)while they provide concierge services to the golf course or relax in their spa and outdoor pool. You can also check out other local courses in Broomfield like the Eagle Trace Golf Course (https://www.eagletracegolfclub.com/) entrenched in the Broomfield Country Club sub-division.
Airport and sub-divisions
With the Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport (http://jeffco.us/airport/at-the-airport/) close by in the business park, don’t be surprised if you see a few leer jets, recreational airplanes, or helicopters flying by once in a while too.
Broomfield offers some really great sub-divisions worth living in if you are considering making this city and county your home. Anthem, one of Broomfield’s latest developments, offers two main areas focusing on two types of demographics (http://www.anthemcolorado.com/). Anthem Ranch is a 55+ community catering to the active senior looking for interaction within the community that has plenty to offer. The other part of Anthem is in Anthem Highlands, catering to everyone and also provides lots of interaction and community events with all of the residents who live there. Other popular sub-divisions include the Broadlands which also features a public gold course, McKay Landing, and Wildgrass to name a few. If you are looking for the more luxury home setting, check out the amazing Spruce Meadows sub- division featuring custom built homes galore.
As you can see, Broomfield has quite a bit to offer individuals, families, or just about anything you can think of. If you or you family are considering making this great community your new home or are considering selling your home, please consider Fuller Home Options as “Your Colorado Real Estate Specialist” source to help you or anyone you know with your real estate needs. Thanks and we look forward to helping you!