The Central/Downtown Colorado Springs Neighborhood is a truly unique environment. This area features a wide range of attractions and amenities. Downtown Colorado Springs has long and storied history founded in 1871 by General William Jackson Palmer, this area is home to a wide range of housing options, from grand Victorian mansions to small Spanish-style bungalows and everything in between.
The downtown area offers a wide range of shopping alternatives, from big chain supermarkets to small boutiques and old Mom and Pops shops. Utilities for this area are provided by Colorado Springs Utilities, a City-owned utility company. This area is also home to two large hospitals. Students that live in this area attend the Colorado Springs School District #11 and the Colorado Springs downtown zip code is 80903. Additionally, this area is home to Colorado College, a four-year liberal arts institution.
People move to the downtown area because they love the character and convenience. Residents of this area enjoy a wide range of shopping, dining, restaurants, entertainment and parks, all just minutes from the foot of Pikes Peak and the National Forest. This is a great area for those looking for convenience and amenities in a character-rich urban setting. Homes for sale in downtown Colorado Springs include modest bungalows, historic turn of the century homes and modern lofts.
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1600 Cascade Avenue Colorado Springs Colorado 80907
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Downtown Colorado Springs has the charm and size of a small town with the amenities of a big city. Downtown has a mix of traditional and architectural style with a view of the mountains from every corner. Local business and restaurants are popular in the downtown Tejon Street area.
Students living in Downtown Colorado Springs attend Colorado Springs D-11 School District.
Downtown Colorado Springs has a population of approximately 475,000 people.
Downtown Colorado Springs is known to be safe, even at night you will still see people walking around enjoying shops, restaurants and parks. Colorado Springs has approximately 475,000 residents with relatively low crime rate.
The cost of living in Colorado Springs is slightly below the national average.
Colorado Springs is approximately 45 minutes – 1 hour south of Denver.