Colorado Luxury Condo Communities
Colorado consists of various regions: Mountains, Foothills, Western Slope, Palmer Divide, Front Range, and Denver metro area. Where one area starts and another begins may not be instantly clear. An easy way to discern one area from another is by elevation from sea level as it pertains to Colorado. Each region offers distinct condos from luxury lofts in Downtown Denver to opulent ski resort condominiums in the mountains.
Denver metro area is comprised of seven counties, with several cities within each county.
Colorado Front Range consists of areas east of the Continental Divide and western Denver areas, including Evergreen, Golden, and Morrison.
The Mountain areas in Colorado consist of areas above 9,000 feet of elevation. Mountain towns and ski resorts include Aspen, Vail, Snowmass Village, Breckenridge and Crested Butte.
Northern Colorado consists of areas north of Denver metro area and south of Wyoming. Larger Northern Colorado cities include Loveland, Longmont, Greeley and Fort Collins.
Palmer Divide extends from the Front Range toward the eastern plains and between Denver and Colorado Springs.
Southern Colorado includes regions south of Colorado Springs. Colorado Springs is located near the base of Pikes Peak, one of the most famous mountains in the United States.
Western Slope is a region west of the Continental Divide and at elevations below 7,000 feet. The largest city in the Western Slope is Grand Junction.