Areas We Serve

At Evolve Real Estate Property Management, we’ve offered our superior property management services in Colorado for almost two decades. Our team is dedicated to making your investment property perform at its best, and we treat it with the same care as our own homes. 

As such, you can rest assured that your property is in good hands. We’ll take on tenant screening, marketing, maintenance and more with the use of our advanced technology and professional management experience. You’ll feel lighter knowing your investment is prospering with the help of a team that values you and your property’s success! 

We Proudly Serve the Following Areas 

Arvada

A former farming community, and now a thriving, bustling suburb of Denver – Arvada has lots to offer. A mix of urban and historical buildings attracts a great diversity of residents. According to Denver Post, Arvada may soon become the largest community in North America that produces as much energy as it consumes, using power from solar and other natural resources.

Aurora 

Aurora is Colorado’s third-largest city by population with over 366,000 people. The median income in Aurora is around $53,000 and the average home value is $189,100. Just minutes away from Denver’s International airport the city boasts of business opportunities. But besides business, Aurora is a great place to call home.

Its climate is mild and dry and offers over 300 days of sunshine a year. So, if you are an outdoorsy person, you’re in luck! The city is filled with numerous parks, open fields, and trails for you to enjoy.

Brighton

The history of Brighton can be traced back to its status as a railroad depot in the 1800s. A suburb of Denver, it’s home to two large manufacturing plants for Vestas, a Danish wind turbine company. These factories were built in 2009, and provide many jobs to the city.

Brighton is home to some quaint local attractions, such as the Adams County Fair and the Murray Maize Maze—a four mile long corn maze that’s in the shape of two wolves and a bear.

Broomfield 

Broomfield city boasts of pride and community. The lush city is filled with open green spaces, recreational parks and natural fields where residents and visitors can spend most of their days.

Not only does Broomfield offer great outdoor activities, but it is also known to have an exceptional school system. So, if you have a family or are looking to start one the city offers both high standing private and public schools.

Castle Rock

Castle Rock is a quickly developing southern suburb of Denver that offers many opportunities. Castle Rock was named #4 on Money’s list of places to live in America.

Castle Rock Adventist Hospital, which opened in 2014, brought 500 new jobs to this suburb. A new indoor athletic complex is being built and will open fall of 2015. And there’s more to come.

The city is rapidly growing. But there’s still old town charm if you venture into downtown Castle Rock. There are lots of community events, including a holiday Star lighting festival, when a star is lit on the town’s namesake rock formation.

Centennial 

As the safest city in Colorado for the last eight years, Centennial has something for everyone, offering open space, numerous recreational activities, diverse residential neighborhoods and lots of employment opportunities. The City of Centennial, Colorado, with a population of 100,377, is located in the southern Denver metro area and celebrated its 10th year anniversary in 2011 as an incorporated city.

Central Park

Central Park is a neighborhood in Denver that used to be known as Stapleton. The location of Central Park used to be the Stapleton International Airport, which closed back in 1995.

Central Park is the biggest residential neighborhood in Denver, and is home to twelve sub-neighborhoods, and as many as fifty parks.

Central Park—which underwent its name change in 2020 because Benjamin Stapleton, its namesake, was a member of the KKK—is a diverse area, home to many different types of homes and architectural styles. It is known as a wealthy area in Denver

Cherry Creek

Cherry Creek is a neighborhood in Denver, Colorado. It’s located just minutes from the downtown area. The variety of attractions in the area distinguishes it from the rest of the city. The area is popularly known for its impressive collection of art galleries, international fashion brands, independently owned boutiques, renowned dining, and more.

Colorado Springs

With a population of half a million people, Colorado Springs is the second biggest city in Colorado after Denver. It also holds the distinction of being the largest city in Colorado in terms of land size.

Colorado Springs is located at the foot of Pikes Peak—the highest summit of the front range of the Rockies—and is home to dramatic views. Colorado Springs is home to a number of important

Conifer

It’s no surprise that a community named Conifer is home to an abundance of trees. The area was historically home to Cheyenne, Arapaho, and Ute tribes who hunted in the hills. Conifer features the Pink National Forest, which is humming with wildlife including deer, foxes, and elk.

Nearby Reynolds Park has historic remnants of the town’s pioneer history, and is now a location where visitors can enjoy camping, mountain biking, hiking, and so much more.

Denver

Founded in 1858, Denver is the most populous city in Colorado, as well as its capital. The majority of economic activity and population is located here.

The Globalization and World Cities Research Network even ranks Denver as a Beta World City. As such, it’s no surprise that the U.S. News & World Report ranked it as the best city to live in the United States in 2016.

Located just East of the Rocky Mountains, there are plenty of stunning places to see and activities to do in this city!

Englewood

To begin with, Englewood has a population of around 34,000 people. Although you can find numerous personalities living within, this city offers something for everyone.

This inclusive city is full of rich history and prides itself on its focus for the arts. If the arts is something that interests you, try to visit Englewood’s Museum of  Outdoor Arts which consists of extraordinary pieces and an amphitheater.

On top of Englewood’s unique displays, it is also a great place to live. With its cost of living being beneath the US average, its close proximity to downtown Denver, and the beautiful views of the mountains Englewood is a hard city to beat.

Evergreen

Evergreen is a natural haven located amidst alpine landscapes, lush forest, and beautiful wildflowers. If you’re looking for a quaint community within striking distance of Denver, Evergreen is worthy of your consideration.

Though Evergreen is a small town that’s around a forty minute drive from downtown Denver in normal traffic conditions, it boasts impressive cultural attractions. It’s home to excellent opportunities to experience theatre, music, and great dining.

Golden

The city of Golden is a neighborhood in Denver, Colorado located just thirty minutes from downtown. This area is widely known for its unique appeal, outdoor activities, and of course the Coors Brewery. The city of Golden is rich in cultural attractions and is full of the friendliest people.

It originally got its name from the discovery of the treasured resource – gold, in Clear Creek. Attracting settlers and gold miners from near and far. Although Clear Creek isn’t only good for its gold, if you’re looking for outdoor recreation the creek offers whitewater rafting and fishing. It also flows through the Clear Creek Canyon in the Rocky Mountains!

Highlands Ranch

Highlands Ranch was named one of the best places to raise families in Colorado by NerdWallet and one of the top places to move in the nation by Forbes.

With four rec centers, convenient location, two dozens parks and lots of opportunities for an active lifestyle, it is no wonder Highlands Ranch is becoming the top destination for home seekers in Colorado.

Highlands Ranch home values rose 12.9% over the past year (2014) and the current median rent price according to Zillow is $1,975, which is higher than the Denver Metro median of $1,650.

Indian Hills

Indian Hills, Colorado may be best known as the location of a sign along the side of the road that frequently displays funny puns and phrases. The jokes—written by a local resident—frequently go viral, and are one of the small town’s claims to fame.

Indian Hills is a small unincorporated town, with a population of barely over 1000 residents, though it has been growing quickly over the past two decades. It offers access to excellent hiking opportunities.

Lafayette

Recently, the city of Lafayette was named one of the safest and best places to live in Colorado. Lafayette has a long interesting history, as it was a coal mining town in the 19th century, although today all coal mines have been closed since the ’50s.

Lafayette has a population of around 30 000 residents and hosts a beautiful downtown area that’s home to quaint coffee shops and other artisanal stores. The city is also home to a noteworthy park system that locals love.

Lakewood

The fifth-largest city in the Denver metro area, this suburb to the west of the city has one of the best views of the Rocky Mountain foothills. Lakewood’s relatively new downtown Belmar area, complete with shops, restaurants, a movie theater and pedestrian-friendly spots, has emerged on the site of a demolished shopping mall.

Lakewood also features extensive cultural programming and recreation areas. The 38,000-square-foot Lakewood Cultural Center boasts a 300-seat theater and gallery space, while the Lakewood Heritage Center includes 10 historic structures and 30,000 artifacts, plus a popular outdoor amphitheater.

Recently named a Certified Colorado Creative District, 40 West Arts along the West Colfax Corridor in the heart of Lakewood has more than 20 public art installations, multiple performing arts venues and a dozen galleries.

Littleton

Littleton is an extremely vibrant community only a couple miles from downtown Denver. It’s also easy to get to! Just jump on the Light Rail and make your way from downtown Denver to Littleton, Co. When you’re there, don’t forget to visit the main street in order to experience all the unique boutiques and restaurants available; the city is well-known for its five different breweries!

Lone Tree

Lone Tree is a quickly developing southern suburb of Denver that offers many opportunities. With a number of beautifully manicured golf courses, extensive trail systems, parks and world class shopping, many families are attracted to this location. Lone Tree Property Management 

Denver Post called Lone Tree “little city with big plans” and you can see why – Charles Schwab just finished a new slick facility in Lone Tree, relocating thousands of employees to this new location, Kaiser Permanente has a new building and new restaurants are popping up everywhere.

Louisville

Located in southeastern Boulder County, Louisville is a Home Rule Municipality. It’s estimated to have a population of 20,148.

Louisville is a great place to live, work and have fun. In fact, it has repeatedly been named one of the top 100 places to live in the country. 

Some of the top sights in Louisville include Davidson Mesa Trailhead, Waneka Lake Park, Louisville Historical Museum, Memory Square Park, and Harper Lake.

Morrison

The Town of Morrison is a Home Rule Municipality in Jefferson County, Colorado. Recent census estimates put its population at just 422.

Tucked in the foothills of the Front Range, Morrison is a quiet town known for its music venue: Red Rocks and Amphitheatre. Sitting 9,450 people, Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre is a one-of-a-kind concert venue that naturally formed on a 400-foot sandstone slab. 

Other must-sees include the Dinosaur Ridge, Lair O’ the Bear Park, Mount Falcon Castle Trail, and the Morrison Natural History Museum. 

Northglenn

Northglenn is a Home Rule Municipality with a population of nearly 40 000 local residents. Part of the Denver Metro Area, it was initially built as a planned community in the late 1950s.

Northglenn is only nine miles from Denver, and can be accessed easily on the N Line. It has been undergoing plenty of development in the past few years, and has more than 550 acres of parks.

Considering the fishing, hiking, and birdwatching opportunities it offers, Northglenn is a nature lover’s paradise.

Parker

Parker is located in Douglas County, Colorado and is the second most populous town in the country, with around 50,000 people. Founded in 1864, the city is located 20 miles from Denver, Colorado.

This great town is considered one of the best larger cities in Colorado and is still growing. The city offers a mixture of open land, farms, communities, and housing. On top of that, the city boasts of art and culture which comes alive at the new Parker Arts Center.

Thornton

Thornton is situated in Adams and Weld Counties in Colorado. More precisely, this city is located in the Denver-Aurora Broomfield Metro Area’s northeast portion. The population of Thornton is growing at a steady rate.

Outdoor aficionados love this city’s location and features. For instance, Thornton boasts of having over 80 city parks. The walking and biking trails throughout the city exceed 80 miles in total.

Westminster

Westminster is a large town with a lot to offer visitors and residents alike. One of the top local attractions for families is the Butterfly Pavilion—home to hundreds of butterflies flying freely.

Of course Westminster also provides access to terrific opportunities to hike, camp, kayak, fish, or observe wildlife. The town continues to grow, yet still features plenty of rustic charm, including the Pillar of Fire, a building that dates back to the 19th century.

Wheat Ridge

Another Home Rule Municipality near Denver, Wheat Ridge is a city with a history that can be traced back to its status as a resting area miners and other travellers during the Gold Rush.

These days, it’s home to farms and plenty of other agricultural enterprises, which makes it an excellent place to find fresh fruit and vegetables. Wheat Ridge also features historic buildings, including farmhouses that have stood in place for well over a hundred years.