2835 W 32nd Ave, Denver, CO 80211
The Gardens at St. Elizabeth offers a senior living solution for a range of needs in historic north Denver. Our beautiful campus is packed with amenities and services for mostly independent seniors. We also provide for seniors requiring memory care services, and we have a full memory care center coming soon.
We’re part of a national nonprofit driven by Catholic values, offering attentive care services to seniors from all denominations and walks of life. If your faith is important to you, you’ll appreciate our daily mass, interdenominational services, and spiritual programming. From our community, you can easily venture into Denver for an exciting arts scene, local restaurants, and a range of places of worship.
Your golden years are the best time to relax. Let someone else mind the details of chores and home maintenance. Engaging activities encourage holistic well-being in residents, with many opportunities to foster deep friendships among our community.
Our beautifully appointed common areas become an extension of your private residence, as you enjoy multiple dining options, with two casual dining rooms, formal dining room, coffee bistro, and pub, as well as a variety of activity spaces. Our salon and spa keeps everyone groomed and refreshed,...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
Base fees by room type
*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.
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My mother is a resident at The Gardens at St. Elizabeth’s and it is so comforting to know that she is happy and safe. She is very active in the community and enjoys participating in the activities. The chapel is the icing in the cake. Being able to attend mass, on location, every day, was a big selling point for us. The staff are wonderful and always there for the residents. I am grateful and happy that my Mother can call it home.
It was horrible! It was dirty, and they were unfriendly. My mom is on oxygen and her tube was broken for two weeks before I finally called the oxygen company myself to have someone look at it. They left my dad sitting in the dining room after it was closed. He has dementia and didn't know where to go, and there was no one to help him. It was a lot cheaper, though! It was so close to my house, I thought it would be great. It was my first assisted living experience, so I didn't know what I was looking for when visiting communities.
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