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Old 09-05-2006, 05:44 PM
 
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Old 09-05-2006, 10:22 PM
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as far as....? Englewood can be low income, middle income, or upper end.
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Old 09-09-2006, 12:45 PM
 
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Hi,

I would like to learn more about Englewood. Can someone help me with the following questions:

is it safe?

is there a night life?

is there a shopping mall?

average price for 3 bdrm single family home?

is there a public transportation if you have to commute from Englewood to Denver downtown?

are there any lakes (not reservoirs) near by?

any water restrictions in Englewood?

what is the current fuel price (here is $2.97)?

Thanks much
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Old 09-09-2006, 01:19 PM
 
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I'll hit a few of them for you. There is some night life in Englewood but the better nightlife is in Lodo (downtown Denver). There is a light rail line that goes from Englewood to downtown so it is very convenient. There isn't any shopping mall in Englewood but there are some close by. The closest mall is Southglenn, which is an older mall but still offers many major stores. Aspen Grove is an outdoor speciality shopping center which offers smaller but national chain stores, and is also pretty close. If you need a major mall Park Meadows can offer pretty much anything else, its about 20-30 minutes away.

As I said before there is a light rail line which stops at Englewood City Center and runs straight to downtown Denver. Englewood is one of the few places in the Denver metro which currently does have mass transit to Downtown.

Most of the lakes on the front range are either man-made or reservoirs. There are some smaller lakes but the big stuff are going to be reservoirs. There aren't any lakes or reservoirs in Englewood but there are some within a few miles.
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