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Aurora Home Prices
Median closed price chart for homes sold in Aurora
Aurora is a vibrant city known for its diverse community, rich history, and recreational opportunities. Aurora’s population of nearly 400,000 residents makes it the third-largest city in Colorado after Denver and Colorado Springs. Its proximity to Denver and the picturesque Rocky Mountains makes it a desirable place to live, work, and play.
Aurora’s multicultural and ethnically diverse population is reflected in its neighborhoods, restaurants, and cultural events. Its history dates back to the 1800s when it was founded as a town near the eastern edge of Denver. Over the years, it has evolved into a prominent city, experiencing significant growth and development. The city of Aurora is served by several school districts, including Aurora Public Schools and Cherry Creek School District, that offer a wide range of educational options, including public, charter, and private schools.
Aurora is home to a plethora of parks and green spaces, providing ample opportunities for outdoor recreation and leisure activities. The expansive Cherry Creek State Park, with its reservoir and recreational facilities, is a popular destination for residents and visitors. Other popular areas include Quincy and Aurora Reservoirs, Aurora Sports Park, Del Mar Park, and Aurora Hills and Meadow Hills Golf Courses.
Aurora has a diverse economy with numerous major employers across various industries. Some of the significant employers include healthcare institutions like the University of Colorado Hospital (UC Health) and Children’s Hospital Colorado, technology companies, aerospace and defense contractors, and retail corporations. Buckley Space Force Base is a source of pride and the likely home of any air force jets you may see overhead in the metro area and beyond. The Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center is a popular destination for locals and visitors.
Aurora’s real estate market offers a mix of housing options, including single-family homes, townhouses, condos, and apartments. The city’s proximity to Denver and other employment centers in the metro area has influenced its real estate trends. Housing prices and availability vary depending on the neighborhood and market conditions. As Denver’s population density has increased, Aurora has expanded its communities to the east and south, serving as an area capable of adsorbing many new residents without having to resort to higher-density housing options more frequently being built in Denver. As Denver’s housing prices have increased, Aurora has been a popular area for people to move to when seeking relative affordability.
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