Louisville Real Estate
Located on the growing technology corridor between Denver and Boulder, Louisville is a modern community offset by a historic downtown. The community is a successful example of how Colorado is blending the old and the new. Tiny Main Street is home to a few family restaurants and stores, plus a complete historical museum. The turn-of-the-century Jacoe Store tells the history of Louisville through artifacts such as old photographs and coal mining equipment; the Tomeo House is an interpretive coal miner’s home. Memorial Square, a city park featuring a public swimming pool and art gallery, is another downtown highlight.
On the outskirts of town, the award-winning 18-hole Coal Creek Golf Course features a links-style front nine and a wide-open view of Boulder’s famed Flatiron peaks. Additionally, Louisville boasts 1700 acres of open space, and rolling, country roads on the north side of town are popular for road cycling. Top community events include Taste of Louisville in mid-June and the annual Labor Day parade.
The City Council consists of six Councilmembers and the Mayor. At this time, the City owns, either alone or in conjunction with other governmental entities, approximately 1700 acres of designated open space. The residential size of the City is not likely to grow significantly as there is little room. Commercial and industrial growth are expected, however, as there is room for both in Centennial Valley and the Colorado Tech Center. Please allow me to introduce you to the Louisville real estate market.