Posted on September 26, 2018 by shawn_manwaring
When I am working with clients from out of the area there are many questions that come up regarding our community. One of these is the size of our city. Glenwood Springs CO is the largest city on the I-70 corridor between Denver CO and Grand Junction CO. Please find the chart below to learn about the population of Glenwood Springs CO.
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In addition to population, there are many other factors you might want to learn about if you are considering the move to Glenwood Springs CO. As you can see from the chart above, we have a fairly diverse community compared to some other small towns in Colorado. One could argue this is because the schools, weather, attractions or many other things.
One thing that is undeniable is that our population is continuing to rise. The culture of Glenwood Springs CO attracts people and tends to make visitors turn into residents. As we look at housing, there is starting to become a shortage because of the population increase. Since we live in a valley and cannot really expand construction outward we are seeing people start to relocate further up or down valley to some of our neighboring communities. To get more information on Glenwood Springs CO and the community check out this post: http://manwaringproperties.com/glenwood-springs-real-estate/
If you are interested in Glenwood Springs CO real estate or just the community in general, we hope you find this article helpful. If you or someone you know are interested in learning more about Glenwood Springs CO or the real estate market here, please contact me today.