Because of its close proximity to Denver, plenty of Lone Tree’s residents commute to the city and to the Tech Center. However, the city itself also has a high level of employment. The top industries providing employment in Lone Tree are technical services, telecommunications and broadcasting, finance and insurance and construction.

Living in Lone Tree means resident are near Denver and have easy access to night life, dining, museums and art galleries, parks and trails and shopping. If you love the outdoors, then you will certainly enjoy the spectacular sights and mountainous views in town. There are also plenty of trails in the community where residents enjoy walking, hiking, biking and do all sorts of outdoor exercise. Aside from its parks and trails, Lone Tree also has three recreation centers, each with their own facilities, programs and classes.

There are about twenty one developments and neighborhoods in town with a median listing price of $507,817. Lone Tree has an estimated median income of $114,822 for its households, and an estimated per capita income of $53,829. The per capita estimate of Lone Tree is almost as much as the estimated per median household income of the whole state of Colorado.

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