Thanks to Colorado Springs’ low business and living costs, innovative atmosphere, and robust economy, it’s easy for professionals to establish roots and launch a successful career or business. Attracting professionals from all backgrounds, Colorado Springs offers employment and business opportunities in high-growth, next-generation industries such as cybersecurity, medical innovation and digital technology. These plentiful opportunities, combined with short commutes, create a very positive experience for residents.
Professionals who start up or relocate to the Colorado Springs region will appreciate the ease of doing business in the area. Whether businesses are seeking office space, location assistance, or professional networks, the Colorado Springs Chamber and EDC team will ensure that businesses receive confidential and comprehensive support every step of the way.
From historic bungalows close to quaint shops in Old Colorado City, to homes with acreage in the rolling plains east of the city, the region offers a diverse range of housing options to choose from—in one of the most affordable housing markets in the state.
Facts & Figures
Unemployment Rate (August, 2016)
Median Household Income
Median Home Value
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Housing Cost Comparison
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Source: C2ER - COLI 2016 Annual Average
Based on: A newly built home of approximately 2,400 square feet with 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, living room, dining room, one fireplace, utility room, fully finished basement and attached 2-car garage on 8,000 square foot lot.