Debt Free Centennial Continues Exciting New Growth!
Centennial continues to be one of Colorado’s most thriving cities! According to a recent article in the Centennial Citizen, at the recent State of Our City Address, Mayor Cathy Noon explained, “while other cities struggled through recession, Centennial continues to do very well because we never over-extended ourselves, and as a result, have the necessary funds to spend when needed.”
Mayor Noon continued by stating that Centennial is a very unique city since most of the major capital projects are funded with the use of cash – the city is debt free. With the addition of a variety of retail shops in Centennial, it is obvious there is no trouble gaining businesses’ attention. Their major shopping centers, Streets at SouthGlenn and the Centennial Promenade, attract many Denver area residents. Not to mention the recently added craft breweries, Blue Spruce Brewing Company and Two22 Brew, that have gained popularity among beer enthusiasts.
There is just no stopping the economical growth of Centennial. “In order to facilitate the business boom in Centennial,” Mayor Noon told the paper, “the state’s 10th largest city with roughly 103,000 residents, officials have placed a premium on transportation projects.” Residents are looking forward to being a part of a growing community that has plans to continue booming. With additional plans to finalize Top Golf, an extreme indoor golfing environment, and a $1.8 million IKEA, Centennial shows no signs of slowing down.
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