Overview of Commerce City
Located just eight miles northeast of Denver, Commerce City, Colo., prides itself on being a quality community. The city has many residential and industrial neighborhoods that use a rustic style of architecture to honor the city's Western heritage. Search for Commerce City apartments for rent, and join approximately 47,000 residents who live an outdoor lifestyle in Colorado.
Living in Commerce City, CO
Adams County was created in 1902 and named after Alva Adams, a popular governor who was in office at the time. Commerce Town was incorporated as Commerce City in 1962 and is now the 19th largest city in Colorado. Commerce City joins the Silver Star Families of America to support the nation's military families and proudly flies the Silver Star flag for all to see. The city is a hub of commerce in the Denver metropolitan area and provides easy access to local interstates, airports and rail stations. With sprawling residential areas, a historic downtown and thriving businesses, Commerce City brings together the past and present to create a strong sense of local pride. Residents who live in Commerce City apartments enjoy close proximity to the Rocky Mountains and all of Colorado's greatest natural attractions.
Commerce City Attractions and Special Events
The Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge, located in Commerce City, is one of the largest sites of its kind in the country. With more than 330 species of mammals, reptiles, birds, amphibians and fish, the refuge is a great place to view wildlife, enjoy a hike and fish when permitted. Commerce City is home to the Mile High Music Festival, which brings exciting live music to the Denver metropolitan area. The event takes place outdoors during the warm summer months, and invites attendees to enjoy a variety of musicians and food, craft and nonprofit vendors.
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