Whether you love living in Colorado Springs or simply come for the weekend or the summer, you’re not alone. The city was recently singled out by Inc.com as a favored destination for entrepreneurs and their families. Ranked among the country’s top 50 most populous cities, local neighborhoods maintain a small town feel. Key selling points include the community’s affordability, a thriving tech industry (including key Air Force Academy-private sector partnerships) and of course, an amazing mountain backdrop. As Colorado Springs-based CEO Frank Caris points out, a great location is a strong selling point in a tight job market. “Recently we’ve hired engineers out of Silicon Valley. They love it here,” he says.
The city’s historic and scenic Central and Westside areas are particularly popular with homebuyers. Views of Cheyenne Mountain, the Garden of the Gods or even Pikes Peak are spectacular. And check out this video describing the new U.S. Olympic Museum and Hall of Fame. The state-of-the-art facility will celebrate the achievements of our U.S. Olympic and Paralympic athletes. Opening next spring, it has already spurred exciting downtown development.
Thinking about a move? For more than 20 years Broadmoor Properties has represented some of the area’s most desirable homes and neighborhoods. We’re already seeing terrific for-sale properties come on the market. We also welcome prospective buyers who may live in the Pikes Peak region or have visited the area. Some have growing families and are looking for a larger home. Others are relocating for work or simply want a secure, maintained community where they can escape hot summers elsewhere. And many past clients have referred their friends. That’s because brokers Michael Raedel and Tim Sheridan understand the value of discreet, professional service.
Visit www.broadmoorproperties.com or call 719-471-6200 to check out a wide range of lifestyle possibilities.