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An Outstanding Community for High Quality Business
The City of Greenwood Village is an extraordinary community with a high quality business environment. Home to part of the Denver Tech Center, Greenwood Plaza, the Village Center, and other desirable business development, Greenwood Village is an economic leader in the Denver area, well positioned in the south metro region.
It’s no wonder why many national and international industry leaders, such as Great West Life and Annuity Insurance, Red Robin, Merrick and Company, Fidelity Investments, Cobank, and many others call Greenwood Village home. With numerous retail and restaurant establishments, the community is a hub for people, activity and business.
The City of Greenwood Village's location in the south metro region allows it to be conveniently reached from the entire metropolitan area by multiple ways of travel. Within its boundaries, the Village has three light rails stations:
Dayton Street Station located at Dayton and I-225
Orchard Station, located at Orchard and Greenwood Plaza Boulevard
Arapahoe Station at Village Center, located at Caley and Yosemite, directly adjacent to I-25. The station is also connected to the Village Center development, a premier site for office and retail.
In addition, the recently opened light rail extension to Denver International Airport (DIA), provides access to the Village by rail from DIA. Just 10 minutes to the east of Greenwood Village, Centennial Airport, one of the nation's leading general aviation airports.
The Village also has convenient highway access with Interstate I-25, the main north/south thoroughfare in Colorado, going directly through its boundaries. Just outside its boundaries, the Village is adjacent to I-225, a spur off of the I-25, which goes to the northeast metro area and connects to the I-70.
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