Greenwood Village is a city and prominent suburb of the city Denver, in the American state of Colorado. Historically a rural community, Greenwood Village has evolved its economy into a blend of residential and urban neighborhoods. The city has a residential population close to 14,000 inhabitants, but the commuters expand the city to over 40,000 during the day.
While Greenwood Village is a suburb of Denver, it has attracted several corporations into the area. They include American Medical Response, Ciber, CoBank, eBags.com, Great-West, IQNavigator, Molycorp, Newmont Mining, Red Robin, and Xanterra Parks and Resorts. Top employers in the area include FASCore, Cigna, Great West Life Insurance, Comcast, and First Data Technologies. There are many facilities featuring executive suites in the Greenwood Village area.
Entertainment And Dining Out
There are many things to see and do in Greenwood Village and the surrounding area. This includes the Westlands Park, three play areas, two large climbing structures, multi-use playing fields, an in-line hockey rink, a natural water sculpture, a pond, and a trail for hiking and biking. The rock climbing structure can be used by technical and inexperienced climbers. Dining options in Greenwood Village include Il Fornaio, Cool River Café, Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen, Ya Ya’s Euro Bistro, and Sansone’s Bistro. Venice Italian Restaurant serves classic and hearty Italian dishes in a classy setting and with service to match.
The closest major airport to Greenwood Village, Colorado is Denver International Airport. This airport is 29 miles from the city center. Greenwood Village is served by the Denver municipality bus and light rail service and interstate 25 also runs through this part of Colorado.