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Located south of Denver near the Cherry Creek Reservoir lies Centennial, one of the most beautiful cities in the state and a highly sought-after suburb for many residents in the Mile High City. With its stunning natural scenery, open green space, family-friendliness and welcoming spirit, Centennial should be on the short list for anyone thinking about moving to Colorado.

CNN Money listed Centennial as No. 47 on its list of the Best Places to Live in the U.S. for 2012 for several reasons. Although Centennial may be a young city, it has a fantastic quality of life with its many pedestrian- and bike-friendly thoroughfares and affordable housing. There is also a booming job market in Centennial with companies like Cisco Systems, Oppenheimer Funds and Comcast.

According to a 2012 U.S. Census estimate, around 103,000 residents live in Centennial, many of them being families.

Activities and Attractions in Centennial

Cherry Creek State Park is surrounded by a beautiful 880-acre reservoir and is a favorite for Centennial residents who enjoying camping, boating, picnicking, horseback riding and even model airplane flying. The summers can get quite busy here, as many residents love to hit the lake for a swim. However, even during the winter locals often frequent the park for hiking and snowshoeing, making this spot a great locale for year-round fun.

If you are looking to do a bit of shopping, be sure to check out The Centennial Promenade, which boasts an REI and Guitar Center for all of your Western goods. Other shopping adventures in Centennial can be found at The Streets at SouthGlenn, which includes men's and women's boutiques and sidewalk cafes and eateries.

Moving to Centennial

There are few locations in the Denver Metropolitan Area better than Centennial. Several major thoroughfares criss-cross through town, including Interstate 225 and U.S. Highways 285 and 87, making things quite easy for you and your Centennial moving company if you are deciding to make the trek to the city by car. However, if you are planning on using North American Van Line's vehicular transportation service, you can simply fly into either Centennial Airport (around 5 miles from the city center) or Denver International Airport (about 35 miles from the city center). There are several other great options you can check out from northAmerican as well, including electronics disassembly and assembly, clean-up services and full-service packing.

Reviews from colorado Customers

  • This is my second move with North American Van lines in 5 months & all of my belongings were successfully moved.
  • The driver Fred is an outstanding gentleman. They were a couple of days later than scheduled, but winter weather was a factor.

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