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Centennial, Colorado is located in Arapahoe County, spanning both East and West of I-25 and cradled on the Northside of E-470. It is ranked among the top 50 safest cities in the nation and is considered one of the most sought-after zip codes in the U.S. The Centennial airport is the third busiest airport in the state and is the closest non-commercial airport to downtown Denver, which is a 20-minute drive to the north off I-25. 

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Centennial has an abundance of golfing opportunities at South Suburban Golf Course, an 18-hole regulation course with a picturesque mountain backdrop with a brand new chipping, putting and practice bunker, and Family Sports Golf Course, a 9-hole executive course and a two-tiered driving range. A brand new Topgolf is nearby, which offers 100+ climate-controlled hitting bays, shot trackers, and a full-service restaurant and bars.

The award winning Centennial Center Park offers 11 acres of outdoor space with a plaza that exhibits an outdoor amphitheater, barbecue grills, bike and walkable paths, reservable covered bench areas, gas fireplaces, and a playground for children. There are plenty of shopping options for Centennial residents with the newly renovated Streets at Southglenn, which boasts outdoor shopping and movie theatre, and Park Meadows Mall, the largest mall in Colorado.

Likely one of Centennial’s most notable landmark is IKEA. It’s located right off of I25 and Dry Creek and is the second largest IKEA in the United States. In addition, the Denver Broncos state- of-the-art training facility is also located in Centennial. One of Centennial’s most notable people is Olympic gold medalist Missy Franklin. Some of the top employers of Centennial include: Comcast, US Foods, United HealthCare, OppenheimerFunds, and United Launch Alliance.


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