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16 Penn Residences

1615 N Pennsylvania St. Denver CO 80203
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Welcome to 16 Penn Residences in Denver, Colorado, where city lifestyle meets senior living. Our city-chic, six-story, modernist building was built in 2018 and offers 99 units to seniors 55 and older. Located in the heart of uptown Denver, our apartment patios overlook the glittering skyline of the city. Our convenient North Capitol Hill neighborhood offers all you could imagine, from world-class restaurants to corner grocers to high-art museums and culture. Residences at 16 Penn are perfect for independent seniors who are tired of the neverending upkeep of owning a home and who want to live in the middle of everything the city of Denver has to offer. Give us a call, or schedule a tour to see how comfortable and convenient we can be for you.

Floor Plans

Come celebrate modern, urban luxury in our open and bright floor plans, complete with all the modern detail in interior design that a tasteful, independent professional could want. We offer one- and two-bedroom floor plans our one-bedrooms come in five arrangements, some with added half bathrooms. Our two-bedroom units come in three distinct floor plans, with two-bathroom options available as well. Apartments feature clean and updated bathrooms...

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Pricing at 16 Penn Residences

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*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.

Reviews of 16 Penn Residences

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November 2020

Review originally written on A Place For Mom

Excellent and caring office staff!

There are a lot of places within this vicinity that would be interesting to see. For example they have an art museum within the neighborhood. My building is very clean, and the people who work in the office are excellent. I would give them a 10 out of 10 if i could. They made my transition very good, and they were very helpful towards me. As far as the activities go, they do offer some while maintaining the safety guidelines.


November 2019

Wise couple

Review originally written on A Place For Mom

Give it a pass

I am giving 16 Penn fails in so many respects. I have lived here about five months and have noticed numerous shortcomings. Before this, my spouse and I lived in two other senior apartments. First the Positives: 16 Penn has three things going for it: (1) location, (2) location and (3) location. Outside of location the buildings has nothing special about it. You can easily walk to the library, two grocery stories, numerous restaurants, movie theaters, etc. Outside of location, there is nothing to recommend 16 Penn. The Negatives: Simply put the good folks that run this place simply do not have their act together. Here are some example: Text messaging: The building started a process of being able to send group text messages out from the office. To date I have received exactly one text message regarding Botox treatments. It does not send out messages regarding the Bagel morning, Wine Down, etc. Candy machine: The building got a candy machine last summer. It is currently in its first location. First location was near the entrance of the lower level garage. Second location was at the far corner of the upper level garage. Third location, after numerous complaints about the first two, is inside the building near the entrance to the dog walk. That location is down a flight of stairs. That means residents who use walkers, etc., cannot access walk. You cannot have everything you want: This is the common response for any suggestions/request. For example, twice a month the building provides bagels and cream cheese. One time, I suggested the building get a toaster for said bagels. I was told: “you cannot have everything you want.” Another time, I suggested butter, same response. So people started bringing down their own toaster and butter/jam which would disappear as soon as they go back to your room Every time there is a game the building says it is going to provide snacks so people can watch the game in the building’s living room. Numerous times, only drinks provided were “weird” beers and weird sodas (anyone for black cherry lemon lime?). I asked about providing some Coke and 7-Up. Was told “you cannot have everything you want.” Also, today is a Friday. Earlier this week a notice was placed on the wall of living room that said it had been reserved for that Sunday. Guess there will be no football party. And of course no text message was sent out. At the last monthly Wednesday “Wine Down,” the following was provided: (1) wine by a wine seller, (2) one large bottle of 7-Up, Diet 7-Up, and Doctor Pepper, and (3) three smalls tubs of cheese. No crackers, no pretzel, nothing else. Security: This location is downtown. Once the office closes, there is supposed to be a night watch-person but they must not be walking the building at night. Twice in the past two weeks, residents have come down to the kitchen area (where the free coffee machine its located) only to find a homeless person sleeping there. Should you or your loved one move here? Unless you want the location there are a lot of nicer places out the


November 2019

Review originally written on A Place For Mom

Just an Apartment Building, Nothing More

I currently live in the building after living in two other senior complexes. The only thing going for this building is it’s location. It is a short walk to the 16th Street Malls. There Is a large number of restaurants nearby, three grocery stores within a mile, cleaners, drug stores, etc. Heck there are even two 7-11 Quick Shops within two blocks. If you don’t have a car it is perfect. But other than its location, it is just an apartment building. Every two weeks they serve bagels in the morning. You always see the same three to four people.

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