Perhaps it’s the 300 days of sunshine Colorado receives that energizes residents of Denver South. Perhaps it’s the constant hum of progress and creativity. Perhaps it’s the access to nature, urban density, culture, opportunity and life experience that produces happy, balanced, resourceful citizens that live here. With over half the population being part of the workforce, this community is a reflection of the positivity of its people.


Community Amenities

Internationally renowned as a future-forward center of business and innovation, Denver South is an unsurpassed destination to lead an active, productive, culturally-rich Colorado lifestyle.

You haven’t lived until you’ve summited a fourteener.

Colorful Colorado is world-renowned for our awe-inspiring natural beauty, our endless parks, national forests, and more fourteeners (mountain peaks exceeding 14,000 feet) than any other state in the union. And getting out of doors is quintessentially why so many bright, talented, and motivated people flock here to live, work and play.

Denver South is one the fastest growing suburban areas in the United States and that’s why it’s critical that we thoughtfully manage our growth.

In the last 15 years, we’ve permanently preserved more than 50,000 acres of natural open space, guaranteeing future generations the breathtaking vistas and exotic wildlife that only Colorado can offer.

NFL Football = Denver Broncos

Major League Baseball = Colorado Rockies

NBA Basketball = Denver Nuggets

NHL Hockey = Colorado Avalanche

NLL Lacrosse = Colorado Mammoth

MLS Soccer = Colorado Rapids


The Denver South region is home to over 70 schools that serve more than 53,000 students across three of Metro Denver’s largest K-12 school districts including the Cherry Creek School District, Douglas County School District, and Denver Public Schools. Parts of Centennial and Greenwood Village are also served by Littleton Public Schools.

The Denver South region is home to numerous higher education institutions including Regis University Denver Tech Center Campus and Rocky Vista, among others.

Several community colleges serve businesses and residents of the Denver South region including: Arapahoe Community College’s Parker Campus, Community College of Aurora, and Community College of Denver. The number of graduates by institution located in the Denver South region is included below.


Denver South features a broad array of housing opportunities for all lifestyles and ages. From expansive apartment complexes with every possible amenity and amazing mountain views to beautiful and secluded bungalows surrounded by open space; from transit-oriented developments featuring trendy lofts and flats located in close proximity to light rail stations to elegant gated communities with horse properties, the region is quintessential Colorado.

The Denver South region added households and housing units at a faster pace over the period, compared with Metro Denver.

Slide 7,850 Over 7,850 housing units were added to the Denver South region in 2022.

Healthcare Facilities

Over 10 top-ranked health systems or organizations provide care to residents in the Denver South region, including HealthOne/Sky Ridge Medical Center in Lone Tree and Children’s Hospital Colorado’s South Campus in Highlands Ranch.