Lakewood, Colorado is a very friendly place. Whether you live in the Belmar district or one of the distinct neighborhoods, you will be glad to call your Lakewood apartment home. With a focus on the arts and an excellent community resource department dedicated to making Lakewood a top-notch place to live, this town is more than a reflection of its nearby neighbor, Denver. It is a bright spot in the state of Colorado.
Over 98 parks serve both the very young and the older population of the city and all ages in between. Surely with this many parks featuring playing fields, playscape and picnic tables there is one near your Lakewood apartments. Combined with the parks are four recreation centers with classes galore, two golf courses, early childhood services and an older adult community center, and miles of paths for walking or hiking. Outdoors is a great place to be in Lakewood, yet with inside activity options abounding.
With the city's proximity to Denver, residents of Lakewood apartments have access to Winter Park skiing area plus numerous other ski areas in Colorado. In addition, Denver is home to the NFL Broncos, the Colorado Rockies major league baseball team and the Colorado Avalanche, a National Hockey League team, bringing national sports to your back door.
The city of Lakewood, having been incorporated only 40 years ago with 90,000 people has no official "downtown." Belmar is its closest alternative, and is a diverse development on 104 acres featuring modern Lakewood apartments and living spaces, retail and restaurants. The Laboratory of Art and Ideas at Belmar is a museum space that was conceived as an area for varied artists to engage with the public. The Lab has hosted numerous unique exhibits and lecture programs that draw people from nearby Denver as well as the Lakewood community. Another arts facility, the Lakewood Cultural Center fosters different mediums of art and art education with art classrooms, gallery space and a theater.
The economy of Lakewood is fueled by the Denver Federal Center located in Lakewood, area school districts and Gambro, a medical device company, as well as many commuter jobs to Denver. The Federal Center covers about 670 acres and employs around 6,200 people. Twenty six government agencies are located here, making it the largest concentration of Federal agencies outside of Washington, D.C.
Crisp mountain air, cultural amenities and friendly people. A great lifestyle can be expected by residents of Lakewood apartments.more...