Located just northeast of Denver, Commerce City is a place where industry and great quality of life go hand in hand. Having more than doubled in size in just a decade, Commerce City has previously ranked the second-fastest growing area in Colorado and the 16th fastest growing city in the country by Forbes. Thanks to the boom, the city is now home to over 45,000 residents and the Colorado Rapids professional soccer team.
Excellent schools, great parks, and a variety of dining, shopping, and entertainment make Commerce City a great place to raise a family. You’ll find many attractive neighborhoods with residential housing ranging from single-family homes, lofts, and new construction - all within minutes of Denver.
Commerce City has a historic downtown and an Economic Development Division that’s committed to developing local businesses and creating jobs. Part of what makes Commerce City such a hub for Denver metro commerce is the oil refinery that produces 90,000 barrels a day.
Commerce City is home to the Colorado Rapids Soccer Club. They play at DICK'S Sporting Goods Park.
Not in the mood for sports? You can catch a movie at the 88 Drive-In Theatre. And although Commerce City is a short drive from Downtown Denver, you'll find a ton of fun activities, shopping and dining experiences in Commerce City!
The Colorado Rapids Soccer Team was one of the ten founding clubs of Major League Soccer.
Pioneer Park is Commerce City’s largest public park with 4 baseball fields, batting cages, skate park, picnic areas & water feature.
Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge is a 15,000-acre expanse of prairie, wetland and woodland habitat adjacent to Commerce City.
Contact the Denver Metro Association of REALTORS - a professional member association dedicated to the advancement and protection of the real estate industry - for more information about real estate in Commerce City.
As one of the fast-growing cities in the state, you can expect to find great dining options in Commerce City
Commerce City is home to 18 public parks, a 15,000-acre wildlife refuge, and a wide variety of recreation activities for people of all ages. The city hosts parades, a Christmas tree lighting and is home to Denver's biggest fireworks show on the Fourth of July. The fireworks take place in Dick's Sporting Good Park, home to Denver's professional soccer team, the Colorado Rapids.
Burn some energy at Pioneer Park, Commerce City’s largest public park with 4 baseball fields, batting cages, a skate park, picnic areas & water feature. Also noteworthy is the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge a 15,000-acre expanse of prairie, wetland, and woodland habitat adjacent to Commerce City.
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