Boulder is a city with a lot to offer. With the foothills to its west, the Flatirons to its east, and plenty of fun things to do in between, this town is definitely an attractive place to live.
The City of Boulder has an economy that is driven by education, technology and health care. The local economy has benefited from the development boom in recent years: over 2 billion dollars has been invested into new housing units since 2010!
Boulder also offers a variety of cultural amenities including theaters, music venues and museums that reflect its diverse population (over 50% of residents identify as “non-white”). If you're looking for something more outdoorsy there are plenty activities such as hiking, biking and kayaking available nearby - or if you'd rather stay put then try out some avant-garde dining options.
Boulder is also a great place to find a job. The city has an unemployment rate of 3.2% - which is lower than both the state average (4.1%) and the national average (4.6%).
Boulder has a population of approximately 100,000 people and is located just west of Denver. The city is known for its scenic views and being one of the most educated cities in the country with over half of residents holding at least an undergraduate degree!