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Broomfield Area Information


Broomfield’s thriving community of 53,000 residents is perfectly situated between Denver and Boulder. The area’s 33 square miles is a dynamic powerhouse of global businesses, top technology companies, varied retail shopping venues, and corporate headquarters – and it continues to grow as a prime choice for families and working professionals to call home.

Culture: Warm and Inviting, It's a Good Place to Call Home

Broomfield has it all: an active business community that includes the successful Interlocken Business Park and popular Flatiron Crossing Mall, excellent public and private schools, an ongoing program to preserve open space, and expanding new residential construction.

It’s no wonder the city is the fifth fastest growing in the nation, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

With its continuing development, Broomfield’s civic leaders have established measures to control growth and maintain a high standard of living.
Currently, Broomfield has 8,361 acres of open lands. Residents enjoy more than 281 miles of trails, 700 acres of park, 45 playgrounds, Broomfield Bike Park, a community center, ballpark complex, outdoor water park, and the Broomfield 1stBANK Event Center.

There’s even a park for remote-control planes and drones.

Economy: From Level 3 to Ikea

All roads point to economic success for Broomfield as it serves as a technology and retail center for miles around. Ranging from entertainment to high tech and manufacturing, Broomfield is home to some of Colorado’s hottest developments, according to BizWest Economic Profile & Market Facts.

Businesses span diverse industries, including:

  • Butterfly Pavilion, a major tourist attraction and educational resource  
  • Baseline, a 932-acre commercial development in the Anthem neighborhood 
  • Interlocken Advanced Technology Environment, home to Level 3 Communications, Vail Resorts, Webroot Software, Oracle Corp., Staples Inc., and two four-star hotels — the Omni Interlocken Resort and Renaissance Boulder Suites at FlatIron
  • The Omni, a 27-hole championship golf course
  • MWH Global, recently acquired by Stantec
  • Ball Corp., a metal-packaging manufacturer with a major aerospace division 
  • Crocs Inc., creator of foam-like clogs and casual footwear, which is relocating from Niwot 
  • Nuventra, a consulting firm for the pharmaceutical biotech industry
  • Strategic Environmental & Energy Resources Inc.
  • Mile High Labs
  • Ikea’s second Colorado store

Real Estate

Just like its economy, Broomfield’s residential housing and commercial market is booming. With a high rate of home ownership, Broomfield offers many affordable homes, whether you’re looking for a place to raise your family or something convenient to work or outdoor activities.
Arista is the new transit-oriented mixed-use development that will include 1,500 residential units, commercial and retail space and numerous parks and pedestrian walkways.
In addition, the residential portion of Anthem is slated to include up to 3,100 homes.


Broomfield has received top honors, including:

  • No. 3 Healthiest Community in the U.S., U.S. News and world report, 2018
  • No. 5 Safest City in Colorado, Backgroundchecks.org, 2019

Sources: BizWest Economic Profile & Market Facts, U.S. Census Bureau, Boulder Area Association of Realtors, IRES MLS 2017
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