Unlike the Central Rockies (west of Denver), the northern Rocky Mountain Region (west of Fort Collins) maintains a mysterious allure. The city of Fort Collins itself has become a tremendously successful urban center, where businesses flourish and neighborhoods thrive. Fort Collins’ economy has a mix of manufacturing and service-related businesses. The city’s manufacturing includes Woodward Governor, Anheuser-Busch, and Otterbox.
Many high-tech companies have relocated to Fort Collins because of the resources of Colorado State University and its research facilities. Hewlett Packard, Intel, AMD, Avago, Beckman Coulter, National Semiconductor, LSI, Rubicon Water and Pelco all have offices in Fort Collins. Other industries include clean energy, bioscience, and agri-tech businesses.
Mature trees and wide sidewalks line the streets of the city’s comfortable neighborhoods, where children ride bikes, lawns are manicured, and multiple generations of friends and families continue to share in the community spirit that defines Fort Collins.
Whether a person prefers to stroll through the downtown area, and enjoy the restaurants, entertainment or other “small-city” venues, or head into the starry-skies to the west, Fort Collins provides everything a person’s heart might desire.
Find your home in Fort Collins –ColdwellBankerHomes.com.