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Broomfield Colorado 9th Fastest Growing City in U.S.

Broomfield Colorado is experiencing a growth spurt.  Residents are moving to the Colorado front range suburb in record numbers.

Technically it’s own County, Broomfield Colorado has long been known for its centerpiece Interlocken Advanced Technology Business Park. featuring such company headquarters as;  Vail Resorts, MWH, Level 3 Communications, Staples, Brocade, Oracle, White Wave Foods, and Ball Corporation.

But residents are being drawn to Broomfield for so much more.  New and varied housing stock  including new luxury apartments in Broomfield, new single family housing developments, golf courses, shopping centers, the First Bank Center -events, concerts, and more.  And of course the Flatirons Crossing Mall is located in Broomfield.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau estimates released for the time period of July 1, 2014 through July 1, 2015, Broomfield posted a 5.2 percent growth rate for a population of 65,065 – up from 62,138.  The bureau measures growth of cities with a population of 50,000 residents or more.

If you are considering a move to Broomfield Colorado, Housing Helpers has you covered.   We have local relocation specialists on the ground in Broomfield that can help with your rental search including a Broomfield Apartment Finder service, as well as a large inventory of Broomfield Corporate Housing, and a team of seasoned expert Broomfield Real Estate Agents.   Simply call our office at 303-545-6000 or complete the quick request form on this page.

 

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Considering a move to Broomfield Colorado?

For the past few years it has seemed like everyone is moving to Broomfield, Colorado. The city’s population nearly doubled between 2000 and today, and it currently numbers just under 50,000. The average age is 36.9 years and a little more than 25 percent of the local population is under age 19.

So if you’re thinking that means young families are moving to Broomfield, you’d be right.

What’s bringing them to Broomfield?

A location that’s an easy commute to both Denver and Boulder is certainly a selling point, but beyond the convenience there is basic economic sense.

Broomfield offers value for money—even in a strong local residential market in which 98 percent of single-family homes are selling at or above their asking price.

Property taxes are among the lowest in the region. The average annual property tax for a single-family residence was $672 in 2012. And the property tax mill levy has not increased since 2001, when Broomfield became a combined city and county. Retail sales tax revenues (which topped $46 million in 2012) help keep the numbers in line.

What’s keeping them in Broomfield?

Broomfield and the surrounding area offer tremendous opportunity for employers and employees in the high tech, computer and telecommunications industries. Major area employers include Level 3 Communications, Hunter Douglas, Oracle, Brocade Communications Systems, Ball Corporation, Sandoz, MWH Global, Gaiam, Vail Resorts, SCL Health Systems, and Vail Resorts

Pharmaceuticals and healthcare are also key industries here. And let’s not forget that this is Colorado—a magnet for anyone pursuing a healthy, outdoor lifestyle—so you’ll find companies large and small working on green technology and natural and environmentally friendly products and services.

What’s coming next?

Broomfield’s population growth is bound to taper off. Projections are for an increase of about 12 percent during the next five years, which is healthy and positive. The city is planning accordingly.

Throughout its history Broomfield has always been a community with a plan. It started as a farming community and it’s named for the acres and acres of broomcorn that once grew there. (Broomcorn is used to make the natural bristles of whisk brooms. It thrives in places such as Colorado, where the summers are warm and dry.)

In addition to housing developments, such as the new Anthem master-planned residential community, Broomfield’s next big plan is for a 9.8-acre mixed use activity center on Main Street and First Avenue, adjacent to the Mamie Doud Eisenhower Library, that will include retail and restaurants, parks and public spaces, residential townhomes /low-rise buildings and commercial property. A request for development proposals was issued in mid-November and bids are due in January.

Another exciting plan in the works involves the 66 acres in the North Park mixed-use community in northern Broomfield where University of Colorado Health (UCHealth) plans to build a medical campus.

In typical Colorado fashion, everything is thoughtfully planned to be gentle on the environment, to retain and preserve extensive areas for outdoor recreation, and to encourage the active lifestyle for which the state is famous.

If your plans include a move to the area, contact us to talk about Broomfield and what it can offer you.

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Business is Booming at the Interlocken Business Park in Broomfield Colorado

According to an August article from Colorado Career Network, though the casual passerby may not realize it, big things are happening at the Interlocken Business Park in Broomfield. And by big things, we mean big business from big names.

XetaWave, a wireless technology provider, announced recently that it will be relocating to a 24,000 square-foot facility in Broomfield in order to manufacture its software designed radios. The radios are produced for use in such industries as oil and gas, water and wastewater, energy and military. Investors put up $7 million for the relocation of the company to Colorado, in order to provide the in-house, cost-effective manufacturing plant.

Many technology companies just like this one have found Broomfield Colorado to be the perfect place to start up or relocate. In fact, earlier this year, Colorado was ranked 3rd in the nation in terms of workforce concentration in the industry, representing 8.7 percent of the private sector workplace in the state.

While the most notable recent change in recent years at Interlocken could very well be the acquisition of SUN Microsystems by Oracle, the business park is also home to Booyah Networks, a digital marketing and technologies companies that was ranked one of the 500 fastest growing companies in the U.S. Also residing at the park is Clifton Gunderson LLP, the 13th largest CPA and consulting firm in the country and Corporate Express, one of the largest business-to-business computer and office supplies providers in the world. Add to this distinguished list McKesson, a top-notch healthcare services company, VMWare, who produces popular computer virtualization products for Fortune 500, MWH a leading environmental engineering firm, Vail resorts, and other companies with global headquarters. And, of course, if you’re listing Interlocken’s well known companies, you can’t forget Time Warner and Hunter Douglas.

Behind every successful business are the people who work hard to make it great.  Housing Helpers has been providing corporate relocation services since 1987 and we have been recognized both locally and nationally for our commitment to the communities we serve. We understand that each company and each individual’s needs are unique, and we are prepared to provide a personal approach. Our Relocation Needs Assessment is the first step in determining your goals for your relocation. Some of our other services include area orientation, neighborhood and school tours, temporary housing, help in locating rental properties, analysis on home value and home purchase financing, the coordination of household goods moving, and contractor referrals.   Whether you already work for a company in Broomfield or you’re moving to Broomfield, contact us today for a free consultation.

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