Quality of life matters in people's decisions to move or stay, Grand Junction checks all the boxes!
Grand Junction CO is a natural fit for those who want the quality-of-life amenities.
The Grand Junction Development Authority and city officials are pro-business that focus on attracting businesses to the Grand Valley. Quality of life amenities drive revenue and citizen satisfaction and so far it seems to be working very well.
The soon to be completed Riverfront at las colonias park is fueling businesses to relocate from the front range and other areas. The business owners choose Grand Junction for the quality of life offered to their employees. The 140-acre mixed-use park includes a 15 acre business park, 5000 seat amphitheater, a river park with two standing waves along the Colorado River, a boat ramp, multiple ponds and a zipline across the Colorado River.
Grand Junction has both small-town charm and plenty of natural beauty. The Grand Mesa and Colorado National Monument provide spectacular vistas and lots of things to do. Hiking the Monument, camping on the Mesa or cycling both, are just a few of the many choices you can make!
You can raft Horsethief Canyon, ski Powderhorn and enjoy year-round festivals. There are Farmer's Markets, outdoor concerts, great restaurants and let's not forget neighboring Palisade with it's fruit orchards and wineries.
Now that you know a little more about Grand Junction what are the top neighborhoods people choose to move to in Grand Junction? Both North Grand Junction and the Redlands are popular. You can read more about each and explore homes in both.
10 Best Neighborhoods in North Grand Junction
10 Best Neighborhoods in the Redlands
10 Reasons to Retire in Grand Junction