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The fifth-largest city in the Denver metro area, this suburb to the west of the city has one of the best views of the Rocky Mountain foothills and is easily reached by light rail service from Union Station, Lakewood’s downtown Belmar area, complete with shops, restaurants, a movie theater and pedestrian-friendly spots, has emerged as a local hangout that attracts visitors from surrounding areas. Lakewood is home to talented artists, thriving cultural organizations and diverse community celebrations. The city’s arts and culture facilities — Lakewood Cultural Center, Heritage Lakewood and Washington Heights Arts Center — house classes, exhibits, tours and a myriad of special events. Lakewood also hosts beautiful public art installations located throughout the city. With more than 2,400 acres of open space, William Frederick Hayden Park on Green Mountain is the second largest park in Lakewood. The park features a challenging network of multi-use trails. The 6,800 ft. summit of Green Mountain Trail offers unique and stunning views of the Denver metropolitan area to the east and high mountain peaks to the west. The idea of living in the foothills of the mountains, easy access to skiing and hiking and space to breath has made Lakewood one of the hottest market in Real Estate this past year.

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