Gorgeous and close-knit suburban community.

Welcome to Centennial 

One of Colorado’s newest and most populous communities, Centennial is located south of Denver and offers residents incredible access to acclaimed schools, great parks, popular hiking trails, and family-oriented neighborhoods. Large trees and greenery run along the Centennial’s bustling streets, exuding the majesty of the surrounding natural splendor alongside the community's exciting hub. While it is denser than neighboring communities, such as Greenwood Village and Cherry Hills Village, Centennial is accessible, affordable, and perfect for everyone, from single professionals to growing families. 

What to Love

  • Diverse culinary scene 
  • Centrally-located community 
  • Wide array of amenities 
  • Tranquil atmosphere 

Local Lifestyle 

A close-knit and welcoming community, Centennial is popular for its central location, array of amenities, outdoorsy lifestyle, and excellent schools. With large parks, extensive hiking and biking trails, renowned golf courses, and two ice arenas, it’s easy to stay active in this stellar, family-oriented community. 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Centennial offers plenty of dining options for every craving. Looking for the simple joy of a delicious and cheesy slice of pizza? Stop by Big Bill’s NY Pizza. For a hearty breakfast to start your day’s adventure, wake up with Snooze A.M. Eatery. For bold and creamy Italian specialties, Farro Italian Restaurant has you more than covered. Make sure you also stop by the many eateries dotted throughout The Streets at SouthGlenn, from Cafe Rio Mexican Grill to Noodles & Company.
Spend a night out at the Fiddler’s Green Amphitheater, which hosts numerous concerts throughout the year. A historical concert venue, park, and amphitheater carved into the rock formation, Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre is an iconic Colorado venue. Just a short drive away tucked against the foothills, it hosts everything from music concerts to comedy specials, the “Film on the Rocks” summer series, and even yoga. There’s so much to experience under the stars of this incredible locale.

Things to Do in Centennial

Centrally located between Parker, Highlands Ranch, and Littleton, as well as close to Denver, there are so many things for residents to see and do in and around Centennial. Visit the farmers’ market at The Streets at SouthGlenn for locally-sourced produce and artisan goods. This popular shopping destination is also home to high-end brands, boutiques, renowned eateries, and a bevy of community events, including live music, the annual Centennial Chalk Art Festival, and the Grand Holiday Parade, complete with Santa’s arrival and a tree lighting ceremony.
Many residents visit Cherry Creek State Park, which is home to prairie and wetlands and an 880-acre reservoir. Centennial Center Park regularly hosts events that the whole family will enjoy, such as Centennial Under the Stars, which features light shows and live music. John Meade Park also hosts popular local events, such as their Summer Movie Night series. With 18 holes and popular events like Music on the Patio, the South Suburban Golf Course is the perfect spot to practice on the greens, enjoy fantastic dining, and listen to great music. 


The area is home to an array of excellent schools within the Littleton and Cherry Creek School Districts, which are ranked among the best in the state. Many residents move here because of the great public schools and amazing private schools. Below are a few notable schools. 


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