Is it any wonder that a city inhabited by more than 74 percent college graduates has created a place nationally recognized for its business parks? Combine that with offering some of the loveliest residential developments in the state, and you'll find Greenwood Village.
Situated just south of Denver, named for a dairy farm that operated in the 1800s, Greenwood Village incorporated in 1950, and today boasts as the site of the Denver Technological Center area. The DTC, as it's more aptly known, is a unique blend of lovely residential and high-end business park properties that serve as headquarters to numerous companies employing thousands from the neighboring communities.
A beautiful merging of business park and urban residential development has been attained quite successfully, as the full-time residents, numbering about 15,000, mingle easily with the additional approximately 20,000 people that swell their numbers during the work week.