Westminster, CO

Overview

Situated roughly 25 minutes away from both downtown Denver and Boulder and less than an hour from the ski resorts and hiking trails of the Front Range, Westminster apartment residents enjoy a prime position to access the best of what Colorado has to offer. In town and nearby, huge scenic parks provide great opportunities for sledding and ice skating in the winter and running and biking in the warmer months. The local schools perform very well and the community offers no shortage of family-friendly entertainment options. Several museums and theaters are scattered around the area, and more than 100 public works of art can be found throughout Westminster—noteworthy in particular is the Sculpture on 73rd Avenue exhibit, which features a rotating display of artwork in a sculpture garden setting.

2 Neighborhoods in Westminster, CO

  • East Westminster

    With the scenic vista of the Rocky Mountains in the distance, it’s no wonder that Westminster, a suburb to the northwest of Denver, is well known for its beauty. While the big city continues to experience rapid growth, Westminster holds on to its historic roots, providing this neighborhood with a unique character. The range of things to do and see makes for an active and thriving community. Of course, you can find even more to do in Denver, which is accessible in fewer than 20 minutes from Interstate 25. Families, commuters and those who thrive on variety make up just some of those residents who call Westminster home.

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  • Westcliff & Cambridge

    Westcliff and Cambridge, a neighborhood in the Westminster suburb of Denver, sits just 14 miles north of Denver. Relatively new construction fills this area, with small ranch houses being one of the most common types of accommodation. Families as well as young professionals call this area home thanks to its affordable rent, unpretentious atmosphere and beautiful open spaces, including the area around Standley Lake. Westcliff and Cambridge provides its residents with everything they need, but the area doesn't loose esteem by trying to be cool or trendy.

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