10 Great Reasons to Live in Commerce City
A nature refuge in the center of a major metropolitan area! The Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge takes up a vast area of the city, primarily in the south and southeastern sector. Lake Mary and Lake Ladora provide opportunities for wildlife education, fishing and photography.
Efficient connection to Interstate 25! I-270 offers quick transit to the I-25 corridor for residents of the Sandcreek and City Center neighborhoods. There are rent to own homes in this area with an estimated median value of $185,151, an increase of $75,551 since the year 2000.
Convenient outdoor recreation areas! The Riverdale Knolls Golf Course and the Adams County State Park sit right next to one another at the northwest edge of town and offer outdoor fun for residents of the Hazeltine and Derby neighborhoods. These districts have homes available on a rent to own basis at a median list price of $126 per square foot.
Two wheeled trail adventures! The are dozens of trails in the area offering hundreds of miles to conquer for cycling enthusiasts. Take the Stapleton and City Park Trail or the Denver Century Ride for comprehensive tours of the area.
A community for interactive health! The Commerce City Recreational Center offers gymnastic and weightlifting. The Conter Community Center offers social events throughout the month. Both facilities are in neighborhoods with rent to own houses with a median list price of $254,900.
A sports park for all skill levels! The Dick's Sporting Goods Park is a complex with 24 designated areas for competitive sports. Colorado Rapids Soccer happens in the main stadium while local lacrosse, soccer and tennis play out in fields two through 24. Meet with friends on one of the Party Deck or you can even rent out the Cantina or the Range for special occasions and receptions.
Near a bustling shopping district! Residents of the southern end of Commerce City enjoy proximity to Walmart, Walgreens, King Soopers and Ace Hardware as well as the Northfield and Stapleton shopping districts. This area is comprised of the City Center, Derby, Sandcreek, Dupont and Irondale neighborhoods and has rent to own homes at a median sale price of $217,485.
Take the gang out for a bite to eat! The local restaurants range from Mexican to American to eclectic. Turn up the heat at La Casa Del Rey Restaurant, enjoy the Alaskan King Crab at Gala Gardens or a friendly Philly Cheesesteak at Charlotte's Web Restaurant & Lounge.
What's dinner without a movie! An old school cinematic experience awaits at the 88 Drive-In Theater complete with three back-to-back features shown per night. You can also go super modern and swanky at the Northfield 18 Theater Complex.