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Northglenn is a small city located in Adams and Weld Counties and is just 15 minutes north of downtown Denver. The city began in 1959 when a housing and land development firm, Perl-Mack Co., finalized plans for a large housing subdivision north of the Denver metro area. 15,000 people came to see the 5 model homes that had been built near I-25th and 104th Avenue. By 1962, 3000 homes had been constructed and Life Magazine had recognized the development as “The most perfectly planned community in America.” Northglenn was officially incorporated in 1964. Northglenn now encompasses 7.5 square miles and has a population of just about 38,500. The city now offers 250 acres of open space that includes 27 parks which are connected by the 35-mile Greenway Trail System and three designated nature areas: The Oscar Arnold Nature Area, Croke Reservoir and Fox Run Open Space. Northglenn also includes plenty of places to shop such as Northglenn Marketplace, Palmer Plaza Shopping Center and Northglenn Pavilion. Northglenn is conveniently located along I-25, providing residents easy commute access to Denver and is just 20 minutes away from Denver International Airport. Although Northglenn’s home values are rising, they are much more affordable than many of the surrounding communities. The median home price for homes that closed in the last quarter of 2021 was $445,000, up from 17.4% year-over-year. 88% of the homes that sold in the city in 2021 sold for $500,000 or less. Learn more about Northglenn here.

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