Englewood is centrally located within the Denver metropolitan area. Englewood’s small town charm, coupled with the business and cultural amenities of the Rocky Mountain region ,makes the city an attractive location as a place of residence or business.
Englewood is a full-service city with a strong sense of community and business involvement, nationally acclaimed parks and recreation amenities, a visible focus on the arts and entertainment, and a commitment to public transit services.
while Englewood offers a diverse range of retail and service businesses, the city has also become known over the years as a hub for healthcare providers. Swedish Medical Center has served Englewood and the surrounding community for over 100 years. Swedish, a level 1 Trauma Center, is a referral center for neurotrauma and a recognized leader for its treatment of stroke. Craig Hospital, which has made Englewood its home since 1970, is a world-renowned rehabilitation and research hospital for spinal cord and traumatic brain injuries. Several other healthcare providers and specialty clinics make their home in Englewood as well.
The Englewood Civic Center is home to Hampden Hall, a cultural arts facility that hosts the annual Englewood Arts concert series and other musical and theatrical performances, as well as displays of fine art. The Civic Center also houses the offices of the Museum of Outdoor Arts, which brings with it a large collection of outdoor sculptures that grace the Civic Center and all of City Center Englewood, and indoor galleries that host rotating exhibitions.
Englewood is a full-service city that offers a unique blend of hometown quaintness and big-city amenities.