Overview:Broomfield is situated between Denver and Boulder along the Boulder Turnpike also known as Highway 36. The City of Broomfield has contiguous boundaries with the County of Broomfield. Broomfield offers a quick commute to Boulder, Denver and Denver International Airport. Broomfield was incorporated in 1961, and in 2001 become Colorado's newest and smallest county.
Attractions:Broomfield boasts a wealth of open space and parks, along with miles of hiking and biking trails. In addition, Broomfield is home to a thriving retail center at Flatiron Crossing. Interlocken Business Park, the Broomfield Event Center and the Broomfield 9/11 Memorial are just some of the other attractions that Broomfield has to offer.
Real Estate:Broomfield is sometimes referred to as a "city of neighborhoods," with most of the single-family homes clustered in residential subdivisions. Broomfield offers many different housing opportunities, ranging from affordable townhomes and condos to multi-million dollar luxury homes. Commercial, retail and industrial opportunities are abundant in Broomfield, with expansion focused in and around Flatiron Crossing shopping center and Interlocken Business Park.