What’s not to love about Central Boulder? It gives the perfect balance between city life and country comfort, with all that downtown has going on just 1.7 miles away. You’ll find friendly people who smile more often than you might think possible in this beautiful area where homes are priced higher than the average for Colorado – making it one worth considering if your looking for something different from what else there is out there.
This peaceful Boulder neighborhood is a great place to live with 27,096 people who call Central Boulder home. The Central Boulder neighborhood in Boulder is the 9th ranked neighborhood in Boulder and the 92nd ranked neighborhood in Colorado. Additionally, this community has a cost of living that is 38% higher than the Boulder average and 53% higher than the U.S. average.
The Central Boulder neighborhood housing is 183% higher than the U.S. average. The community’s real estate prices are higher than the average in Boulder. Central’s rental rates compare favorably with those of other parts, though renters will find that there is still room to grow as construction has yet to produce significant effects on housing stock or costs within this area. With a 13% increase in central Boulder real estate prices and 7 percent higher rental costs, it’s no wonder that properties are the most expensive here.
In Central Boulder, you’re more likely to become the victim of a crime than anywhere else in Colorado since it has a crime rate that is 116% higher than the U.S. average. The violent crimes rate is 17% higher here, and there is a 1/20 chance that people here will experience at least one criminal incident during their lifetime. But don’t worry because the Central Boulder community is still safer than 61% of the areas in Colorado.
In Central Boulder, the income per capita is 53% higher than the national average. The median household income in the Central Boulder community is 35% higher than the national average, which means that there are more opportunities for people to make money. The area has many different nearby neighborhoods with varying incomes and amenities; some may be cheaper or more expensive based on what you’re looking for.
In the Central Boulder area, male median earnings are 41% higher than female median earners. The unemployment rate here is 10 percentage points greater than the national average, and poverty levels also match up with the U.S. average.