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HISTORY of Greenwood Village Colorado Mortgage
Greenwood Village, Colorado in 1815 was a gathering place for French trappers and Arapaho, Cheyenne, Kiowa and other Indian tribes who held a rendezvous on Bear Creek, a few miles northwest of Greenwood Village. Among the early settlers to Greenwood Village was John Melvin, who came to Colorado from Connecticut in 1859. He purchased 320 acres along Cherry Creek. During that time, a steady stream of covered wagons made their way across the Smoky Hill Trail, which followed the Smoky Hill River across Kansas and wound its way northwest towards Denver.
By the early 1900s, the Greenwood Village area thrived with orchards of cherry, apple, apricot, plum and pear trees. During the early and mid 1900s Greenwood Village was also an area rich with farms, dairies, gravel roads and a population of 500 residents. A Colorado pioneer named Rufus Clark bought 160 acres of land along the Platte River. Clark raised potatoes and eventually acquired 20,000 acres of land, including much of Greenwood Village east of Holly Street.
Another pioneer named Cyrus G. Richardson ran the Greenwood Ranch. An 1899 farm map showed Greenwood Ranch with eight reservoirs stretching from Steele Street and Stanford Avenue on the northwest to Garden Avenue and approximately Dahlia Street on the southeast. The northern half of the old Greenwood Ranch included Glenmoor of Cherry Hills Village and the southern half-included Horseshoe Park and The Preserve in Greenwood Village.
In September of 1950, an election was held to incorporate Greenwood Village as a town. Greenwood Village was named after Cyrus Richardson’s “Greenwood Ranch.” Over the years, Greenwood Village has grown from a rural community to a dynamic blend of urban and residential community along with a nationally recognized business parks to help the community to grow.
Greenwood Village sits at an elevation of 5,466 feet above sea level and has a total area of 8.1 square miles of all land. As of 2007, Greenwood Village’s population was 13,440 people. Since 2000, the population growth in Greenwood Village has been 21.79 percent. The income per capita is $64,272, which includes all adults and children. The median household income is $112,543. Greenwood Village, Colorado is listed at thirty-first place for the highest income in the United States with a population of at least 10,000.
The median age in Greenwood Village is 41 years old and the median income for a household is $116,147, with the median income for a family at $145,802. The per capita income for the city is $69,189. About 1.5% of families and 1.9% of the population are below the poverty level.
With approximately 4,206 housing units, the median home price in Greenwood Village is $497,700. Greenwood Village homes have appreciated at 3.98% last year. Renters make up 24.41% of the Greenwood Village population. Approximately 5.03% of houses and apartments in Greenwood Village, Colorado are unoccupied.
The eastern section of Greenwood Village houses multiple covenant-controlled subdivisions. The western section has open space and can be considered as rural. On either side of Greenwood Village, the areas have the most expensive real estate in south metro Denver. For the most part homes in Greenwood Village have upscale prices, although it is possible to find affordable town homes and condos in the area along the I-25 corridor.
Some of the most expensive subdivisions in Greenwood Village are The Preserve at Greenwood Village, Greenwood Village Hunt Club and Schayes Estates. All the custom-built homes in these subdivisions are million plus dollars. If you are considering moving to Greenwood Village, Colorado and looking to finance a new or used home, contact Stone Creek Mortgage. We are a mortgage company who has helped many Coloradans buy homes.
TOP 5 ATTRACTIONS
Fiddlers Green formerly known as Coors Amphitheater is located at 6350 Greenwood Plaza Blvd, Englewood, CO, phone 303 220 7000, offers live concerts in this acoustically rich outdoor theater.
Crescent Amphitheater located at 8350 East Crescent Parkway (directly behind Yia Yia’s Euro Cafe, Belleview at DTC Blvd.) offers free outdoor summer concerts. Come and enjoy jazz bands and dance bands and don’t forget to bring a picnic dinner.
Curtis Arts & Humanities Center located at 2349 East Orchard Road, Greenwood Village, CO, phone 303 797 1779 is a renovated circa 1914 schoolhouse. In 1931, it was expanded to a two-room schoolhouse. In 1990, the Center was moved to its current site and opened its doors to the community in 1992. Here you can see the historic architecture and relive the early days of a two-room schoolhouse.
Pirate Cove Family Aquatic Center located at 1225 W. Belleview Avenue, Englewood, Colorado, hone: 303 762 2683, Web site:firstname.lastname@example.org. The whole family will enjoy a day filled of sun and swimming adventures at Pirates Cove Family Aquatic Center. The center includes a leisure pool with a large play structure, a 25-meter – 6-lane pool, a 35-foot slide tower with three slides, a lazy river and concessions
Museum of Outdoor Arts located at 1000 Englewood Parkway, Suite 2-230, Englewood, Colorado, phone: 303 806 0444, Web site http://www.moaonline.org/. You’ll enjoy visiting the Museum of Outdoor Arts – a museum without walls. This museum showcases collections of outdoor sculptures and art displayed against a background of marvelous architecture, sweeping landscapes and attractive urban environments.
Greenwood Village, Colorado believes in preservation and enhancement of the natural environment. The city has been involved in protecting vital wetlands and naturally occurring drainage ways and wildlife corridors. With 40 miles of trails that wind throughout the diverse landscapes of Greenwood Village, these trails provide recreational opportunities, preserve community and neighborhood character, protect natural habitat and allow for improved water and air quality.
Approximately, 5.47 miles of the premier High Line Canal Trail winds through Greenwood Village. Along these trails, you will enjoy breathtaking views, glimpses of wildlife, scenery of Greenwood Village’s rural heritage and preserved waterways. Trail surface types include soft surfaces such as crusher fines and earthen, along with asphalt and concrete trails. Greenwood Village’s trail system is open to pedestrians, hikers/joggers, bicyclists and equestrians.
For a really fun time, visit the Westlands Park located at 5701 South Quebec Street, Greenwood, Village, Colorado. There you will find a kid’s playground that is every kid’s dream. The playground has great swings, climbing structures, sand area, water/spray area and a tree house.
Greenwood Village has acres and acres of open spaces. One of these open spaces is Marjorie Perry Nature Preserve along the High Line Canal, south of Belleview Avenue. This natural area offers scenic landscapes of natural vegetation, wildlife habitat and is the perfect location for artists and photography buffs to capture the beauty of nature.
Cattail Park at 7500 East Prentice Place is located at South Holly Street at East Prentice Place. Here you can enjoy the beauty of the natural surroundings. Hiking and biking trails are available.
William McKinley Carson Park located at 6000 S. Quebec Street offers a gazebo with picnic table, a boardwalk and a hiking and biking trail.
Two school districts – Cherry Creek School District and Littleton Public Schools – serve the students living in Greenwood Village, Colorado. Students living east of Holly Street attend Cherry Creek School District schools and students living west of Holly Street attend Littleton Public Schools.
Cherry Creek School District
4700 South Yosemite Street
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
303 773 1184
Littleton Public Schools
Education Services Center
5776 South Crocker Street
Littleton, CO 80120
303 347 3300
Elementary schools in Greenwood Village include:
4851 South Dayton Street
Phone: 720 554 3100
5550 South Holly Street
Phone: 720 554 3400
Greenwood Elementary Cherry Creek Schools
High Plains Elementary
6100 South Fulton Street
Phone: 720 554 3600
Eugene Field Elementary International Baccalaureate School
5402 South Sherman Way
Phone: 303 347 4475
6350 South Fairfax Way
Phone: 303 347 4575
3128 East Maplewood Avenue
Phone: 303 347 4625
Greenwood Village middles schools include:
Campus Middle School
4785 South Dayton Street
Phone: 720 554 2677
West Middle School
5151 South Holly Street
Phone: 720 554 5180
Euclid Middle School
777 West Euclid Avenue
Phone: 303 347 7800
The two high schools in Greenwood Village are:
Cherry Creek High School
9300 East Union Avenue
Phone: 720 554 2285
Cherry Creek Schools
Littleton High School
199 Littleton Boulevard
Phone: 303 347 7700
Greenwood Village also serves the community with excellent higher educational schools.
Arapahoe Community College is a two-year college offering associate degrees. The campus in Greenwood Village is located at 5660 Greenwood Plaza Boulevard, Suite 100, Greenwood Village, Colorado, phone 303 734 3701, Web site: www.arapahoe.edu .
College for Financial Planning Institute offers certificate course study for Financial Planners and is located at 6161 South Syracuse Way, 3rd floor, Greenwood Village, Colorado, phone 303 220 1200, Web site:http://www.cffpinfo.com/.
Colorado Technical University is an institution of higher learning that provides career-oriented education by teaching applied, real world and industry-current programs in selected areas. The university serves the needs of students for employment and career advancement and the needs of industry for highly qualified professionals at the associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate levels. It is located at 5775 DTC Boulevard, Suite 100, Greenwood Village, Colorado, phone 303 694 6600, Web site www.coloradotech.edu.
DeVry University offers associate, bachelor and master degree programs and certificates and is located at 6312 South Fiddler’s Green Circle, Greenwood Village, Colorado, phone 303 329 3000, Web sitewww.devry.edu.
Metropolitan State College of Denver is one of the largest public baccalaureate colleges in the country. The college offers 52 major fields of study and 79 minors and awards bachelor of science, bachelor of music, bachelor of arts and bachelor of fine arts degrees through its three schools. The college also offers majors/programs in Management, Biology, Psychology, Marketing, Behavioral Science, Criminal Justice and Criminology, Art, Accounting, English and History. Metropolitan State Colleg of Denver is located at 5660 Greenwood Plaza Boulevard, Suite 100, Greenwood Village, Colorado, phone 303 721 1391, Web site http://www.msudenver.edu/.
Regis University has been meeting the needs of students since 1877, through innovative classroom-based or online programs centered in academic excellence. Regis University’s heritage and values are centered on the Jesuit education. This Colorado-based college is comprised of three Schools – Regis College, the Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions and the College for Professional Studies. All classes are offered on a campus-based setting as well as online programs. The University is located at 7600 East Orchard Road, Greenwood Village, Colorado, phone 303 458 4383, Web site www.regis.edu.
Webster University is a private, nonprofit, accredited university offering undergraduate and graduate education programs. Programs include business and technology, communications, education or select majors in the colleges of fine arts or arts and sciences. Students at this University are traditional college age students to adult learners. The University is located at 9250 East Costilla Avenue, Suite 310, Greenwood Village, Colorado, phone 303 708 8305, Web site www.webster.edu.
First Bank of Tech Center
5105 South DTC Parkway
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Phone: 303 694 1000
Community Banks of Colorado
5690 South DTC Boulevard
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Phone: 720 529 3336
Colorado State Bank and Trust, N.A.
5910 South University Blvd.
Greenwood Village, CO 80121
Phone: 303 318 6070
Colorado State Bank
7800 East Orchard Road
Englewood, CO 80111
Phone: 720 963 7500
Colorado Capital Bank
5251 DTC Parkway
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Phone: 303 814 5500
The Denver Technological Center founded in 1968 is located in Greenwood Village, Colorado. The center is the location of hundreds of businesses. Employers such as U.S. West, Great Western Life, Microsoft, First Data and RE/MAX International are located at the Denver Technological Center.
First Data located at 6200 South Quebec Street, Greenwood Village, CO, phone 303 488 8000, is a global technology leader in information commerce. The company provides services to businesses, such as merchants and financial institutions, by safely and efficiently processing customer transactions.
American Medical Response located at 6200 South Syracuse Way, Greenwood Village, CO, phone 303 495 1200, is a medical transportation company with 18,000 paramedics, emergency medical technicians (EMTs), nurses, doctors and support staff.
WildBlue Communications, Inc. located at 5970 Greenwood Plaza Blvd., Greenwood Village, Colorado offers high-speed Internet access via satellite for businesses and homes.
24-hour Electric and Gas Emergency Contacts:
Electric Emergency/Power Outage
Gas Emergency/Gas Odor
Web site: http://www.xcelenergy.com/
1600 W. 12th St.
Denver, CO 80204
Phone: 303 628 6000
Web site: http://www.denverwater.org/
City of Greenwood Village
6060 South Quebec Street
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Phone: 303 773 0252
Web site: http://www.greenwoodvillage.com
Greenwood Village Police Department
6060 S Quebec St
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Phone: 303 741 5960
Web site: www.greenwoodvillage.com
South Metro Fire Rescue
9195 E. Mineral Avenue
Centennial, CO 80112
Phone: 720 488 7200
Web site: http://www.southmetro.org
Littleton Fire Rescue
2255 W. Berry Ave.
Littleton, CO 80165
Phone: 303 795 3800
Web site: Littleton Fire Rescue
Southglenn Mall located at 6911 S University Blvd, Centennial, CO phone 303 795 1511 is an open-air mall with plenty of parking. The 3.7% sales tax rate is one of the lowest sales tax rates in the area. Enjoy shopping at Dillard’s, Macys, Sam Goody and The Mole Hole. Good eating at food stands at Auntie Anne’s Pretzel and Orange Julius.
Park Meadows Mall, Colorado’s only retail resort, located at 8401 Park Meadows Center Dr, Lone Tree, Colorado, phone 303 792 2533. You’ll enjoy the best of the Colorado outdoors with 160 of the finest retailers and restaurants in America. Top name retail stores include Crate & Barrel, Pottery Barn Kids, Sundance, Planet Funk, John Atencio, Janie and Jack, P.F. Chang’s China Bistro, California Café, and The Cheesecake Factory.
Cherry Creek Shopping Center located at 3000 East First Avenue Denver, CO, phone 303 388 3900. This up-scale shopping center in the heart of Denver has a total of 160 shops, restaurants and services. Cherry Creek Shopping Center is a well-known Denver’s premier shopping destination and one of the top tourist attractions in town. This world-class shopping center features renowned stores such as Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Macy’s, Tiffany & Co., Cartier, and Nordstrom