Moving to the Denver Area? Whether you’re a foodie looking for the next best spot, big into the music and art scene, or have a love for craft brews, there is a little bit of everything for everyone here in Denver. Buckle up for a tour of some of the most popular Denver ‘hoods.
You just moved to Denver and baked your first cake. Didn't come out quite as you expected, did it? That's because baking works a little different at 5,280 feet above sea level.
The air pressure here is lower, and moisture evaporates more quickly which throws the balance of ingredients in a baking formula out of whack. Things like cream, eggs, and water evaporate before an item is finished baking, so adding a little more sugar and flour can go a long way.
Additionally, gases expand more in high altitude so your dough will rise faster. Combat this by decreasing leavening agents, such as baking soda and baking powder.
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Denver used to be considered a flyover city. It was somewhere between sunny California and the hustle and bustle of New York. Now it's a top lifestyle city, and people are moving here in droves.
According to the Denver Office of Economic Development, (OED) the Denver metro area currently has a population of 2.7 million people and our growth has consistently outpaced the national rate every decade since the 1930s. By 2030, Denver's population is expected to increase by almost 50%. That equates to 3.9 million people and a lot of moving trucks in our city between now and then.
With our beautiful landscape and booming economy, we can't blame people for wanting to move to Denver. Moving to the mile high city for most people means moving up. And by up, we mean in altitude. Denver is 5,280 feet above sea level, so here are five tips to help you make your move to Denver as comfortable as possible.