Welcome to Olde Town Arvada
The city of Arvada’s business district, Olde Town is a bustling and trendy neighborhood that allures people from all over the state with its small-town feel. Connected to Denver via rail line, the city has become a beloved destination for locals and visitors alike.
Arvada gained popularity after gold was discovered on its land. This spurred growth and led to the building of railways and trolley lines from Denver. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Olde Town has maintained its old charm while growing into a trendy and bustling haven with an incredible Main Street.
Many Olde Town residents are renters, and there’s no shortage of apartment complexes in the area. Average rent prices fall between $1,700 and $2,700, depending on location and size. With more buyers than sellers, homes in Olde Town are highly sought-after. The median home price is $467,000
What to Love
- Easy access to Denver via rail line
- Proximity to beautiful parks and all the natural beauty Colorado has to offer
- Walkability, with a large variety of dining and shopping opportunities
People & Lifestyle
Olde Town residents love being able to walk to their favorite restaurants and entertainment while enjoying the city’s small-town feel and Main Street. They take pride in the local, family-owned businesses, and there’s a strong sense of community. Residents also tend to be outdoorsy and have a great love of nature—taking full advantage of all of the natural outdoor offerings of Colorado.
Perfect for young couples and children alike, Olde Town is a great place to settle down and start a family. Its walkability, proximity to great schools, and vast dining and recreation options make Olde Town an excellent choice to create memories and a life of fun for the whole family.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Residents of Olde Town have access to cuisine from around the world right outside their doorsteps. After filling their bellies, there’s no shortage of shopping. Boutique is the name of the game in Olde Town Arvada.
From camping supplies to handmade luxury jewelry, this town has something for everyone. Any hobby can be indulged in this unique shopping hub, from birdwatching to knitting and fishing gear to bead stores.
Things to Do
All year-long, Olde Town Arvada is dedicated to exciting events. There’s sure to be something for everyone.
From February’s “A Chocolate Affair” to December’s tree lights, caroling, and Santa visits, there’s tons of fun around the city. Some other favorites are May’s “Ladies Only Sample Tour— an evening where local businesses provide samples to all the town’s moms, daughters, and girlfriends—August’s Friday night’s “Flicks in the Square,” and the Sunday farmers’ market that runs from June to September.
Looking for something to do on the days without events? Check out the Arvada Flour Mill Museum, The Arvada Ceramic Arts Guild, or Colorado Cinema’s Olde Town 14. The city of Arvada is also home to over 125 miles of hiking, biking, and horseback riding trails. The Majestic View Nature Center
and Community Park is an excellent place for some outdoor adventure!
Olde Town Arvada is near many excellent schools. Top educational opportunities include:
- JEFFCO Public Schools, K-12, the second-largest school district in Colorado
- Westminster Public Schools, K-12