"The number one rankings that Boulder has earned include The Brainiest City, the Happiest Town, the top Well-Being Place, the Best City to raise an Outdoor Kid, Platinum (best) Biking Town, the best LGBT family friendly town, America's Foodiest Town, Best City to Live In, and Healthiest City To Live and Retire..." Boulder Daily Camera, December 22, 2013
The Condominiums at Dakota Ridge offer a North Boulder lifestyle, steps away from the vibrant NoBo shops and restaurants, and adjacent to the open Space trails!
Wonderland Lake, a wildlife sanctuary encompassing open water, streams, wetlands, short-grass prairie, foothill-woodlands and shrub. These overlapping ecosystems provide essential habitat for waterfowl, prairie dogs, mule deer, fox, coyote, rattlesnakes and raptors.
Settler's Park, named after the first American prospectors who camped beneath this iconic rock formation during the 1858-1859 winter, and who struck gold on Jan 12, 1859. Word spread, an influx of settlers followed, cabins were built, sawmills erected, and Boulder quickly grew into a bona fide mining town.
Boulder's Best Rental Properties
The Pearl Street Mall, including Boulder's famed West End and East End neighborhoods, features outstanding shopping, restaurants, lodging, services, entertainment and events, with over 1000 business, 85% of which are locally owned.
The Gold Run Condominiums are located on Boulder Creek, adjacent to CU in a private park-like setting. One of the best condo complexes in Boulder!
West Pearl Street
The West End is Boulder's most coveted neighborhood, nestled quietly between the foothills and the Pearl Street Mall, only steps from trails, restaurants, shops and more!
The Trout Farm Condominiums enjoy a fabulous location on the Goose Creek path, close to downtown, the 29th Street Mall, and the new Transit Village!
The Flatirons, an iconic rock formation consisting of five large numbered Flatirons ranging from north to south along the east slope of Green Mountain on Colorado's front range in Boulder. The Flatirons got their name from pioneer women who named them after the flat, metal irons they used to press their clothes.