Welcome to Colorful Colorado
It’s no secret that Colorado is a great place to live and work. With 42 state parks, four national parks, hundreds of craft breweries, seven mountain ranges, 26 ski resorts, 8,000 miles of rivers, and 300 days of sunshine per year, there’s something for everyone. Colorado is more than just a great place to play. For the past several years, Colorado’s economy has been growing, and it shows no signs of slowing down. Unemployment is down and wages are up. It’s no wonder that Colorado ranks high in numerous national business and employment rankings.
City to Start a Career, DenverWalletHub, 2016
Best State for Job GrowthUS News & World Report, 2017
Most Innovative StateWalletHub, 2017
Job MarketWalletHub, 2017
We Have Offices in Two of the Best Cities in Colorado
Our Denver office is located within walking distance of the heart of downtown. The 16th Street Mall offers great shopping, and finding an amazing restaurant is as easy as opening your eyes. They are literally everywhere. Denver is also home to the Denver Art Museum and Denver Performing Arts Complex – the second largest performing arts center in the world after Lincoln Center in NYC.
Endless outdoor opportunities exist thanks to Denver’s proximity to the mountains and the presence of 200 parks and 29 recreation centers within the city limits. Miles of biking and walking paths wind through the city limits, and you can even practice your kayaking in Confluence Park!
Denver is home to a fantastic collection of neighborhoods, each offering their own distinctive vibe. Or, if city living isn’t your thing, suburbs with great public transportation bus and rail access surround the city.
Located in the east central part of the state and at the base of Pikes Peak, you’ll find Colorado Springs, home to The MH Companies’ second location. At an altitude of 6,035 feet, the climate of Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region is warm in the summer and moderate in the spring, fall, and winter.
The region has a wide variety of museums, performance centers, art displays, and galleries. And there are over 55 natural and man-made attractions including the U.S. Air Force Academy, U.S. Olympic Training Center, Royal Gorge Bridge and Park, Garden of the Gods Park, Seven Falls, Cave of the Winds, and Cheyenne Mountain Zoo. The region also offers rafting on the Arkansas River and miles of biking, hiking, and running trails.