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Located just 25 miles to the northwest of Denver, Boulder is truly a diverse and magical one-of-a-kind kind city dedicated to the enjoyment and preservation of the natural beauty that surrounds it. Boulder’s fresh air, incredible food, entertainment options and progressive thinking has earned it National Geographic’s title for Happiest City in the U.S. It is the county seat of Boulder County and is 12th most populated city in the state, with just over 105,000 residents. Boulder was first settled in 1858 by gold seekers in what is called Settler’s Park today. In 1861 Boulder County was formed as one of the original 17 counties of the Colorado Territory and the Colorado General Assembly selected the town for the location of the University of Colorado. In 1967, Boulder became the first city in the United States to tax itself for funds necessary for the acquisition and preservation of open space. Today there are more than 45,000 acres of open space in and around Boulder that contains more than 300 miles of hiking and biking trails. No visit to Boulder is complete with a trip to the Chautauqua area to get up close and personal with the city’s iconic Flatirons. Downtown Boulder, with well over 1,000 businesses, is filled with amazing dining, shopping, and artistic destinations. At the center of downtown is the historic Pearl Street mall. This 4-block long, brick-paved pedestrian shopping corridor is always bustling with street performers, award-winning restaurants and breweries, and dozens of locally owned shops. Boulder also has a vibrant arts and cultural scene. Catch a performance at the Dairy Arts Center or catch big-name musicians at the Boulder Theater or Fox Theatre. The Colorado Shakespeare Festival and Colorado Music Festival both call Boulder home. The National Center for Atmospheric Research and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration are just two of several federal research facilities in Boulder. Boulder’s home values are easily among the highest in the entire Denver metro area. The median home price for homes that closed in the last quarter of 2021 was $923,750, up 21.6% year-over-year. 70% of the single-family homes that closed in 2021 sold for more than $1 million, up from 46% in 2020. Learn more about Boulder here.

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