- Last week, Money Magazine voted Louisville the best place to live in America for the second year in a row. Superior was also on the list, coming in at #13. The criteria was based on factors like strong economies, great schools, affordable housing, low crime, and proximity to the outdoors and all that beautiful Colorado has to offer.
- Forbes also just listed Denver as #13 on their 2009 Best Places for Singles due to a fantastig restaurant/bar scene, a ton of popular sports teams (Denver Broncos, Denver Nuggets, Colorado Rockies, Colorado Avalanche), as well as incredible outdoor recreation options.
- The Denver Business Journal recently reported that even with a recession, the selling prices of homes are rising in some of the area’s most desirable neighborhoods, including Boulder, Louisville, and parts of Denver.
- The American Legislative Council just ranked Colorado #2 for economic recovery based on low tax rates, Colorado's Taxpayers' Bill of Rights and expenditure limitation.