Greenwood Village is a municipality within the larger Denver metropolitan area. While it is not very large in physical size, measuring just over 8 square miles in total area, something it is high in is the average income of the residents. Consider that the average United States household income is just under fifty grand per year, and you can see that Greenwood Village’s average household income of seventy grand is considerably higher than most enjoy.
The median incomes are even higher, as the median income for a household is usually over six digits, with median family incomes landing in a range of around a hundred and half thousand per year. All of this puts Greenwood Village in the top 35 income places in the United States of America who have more than ten thousand residents.
The small size of Greenwood Village also means that the average commute time to work is just 21 minutes, which is unthinkable to the residents of quite a few other major cities who sit in traffic for hours every week, or even every day. They might just dismiss this perk of Greenwood Village as to it being out West, but the truth is that Denver and its metropolitan area are not as small as many might think. In fact, Denver and its surrounding cities are one of the few across the continent that call themselves home to teams from all five of North America’s major league sports. Those are the NHL, MLB, NFL, NBA, and Major League Soccer.
Residents of Greenwood Village do not just get to enjoy high-paying jobs, short commutes, and professional sports. The Rockies launch from the ground just a few miles west of the city, giving way to skiing, vistas, wildlife, gorges, and many other things to do.