Retiring in Denver: Reasons to Retire in the Mile High City
Interested in assisted living in Denver, Colorado? Colorado ranks No. 2 on a list of best retirement states and No. 5 among happiest countries for seniors. There are quite a few reasons to choose to retire in the Mile High City but here are a few of our favorites.
Retiring here is an unforgettable experience with a lovely view. If a beautiful landscape is essential to your loved one—and it almost always is—they deserve the best. There’s nothing like a Colorado sunset or a new walk in a park.
Colorado is full of beautiful scenery, tucked in the hills and mountains that cover much of the state.
The winters do get snowy, but some of the country’s best parks, rivers, lakes and, of course, and the Rocky Mountains are all here. The weather is pleasant for most of the year, making Denver a perfect place to visit your loved one for day trips, hikes, and picnics.
Access to healthcare
Colorado provides excellent for those in health, and those who need special care. With many of the Colorado population reliant on UnitedHealthcare, Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield, there are hospitals and clinics all over the state, many of which are in the Mile High City.
Endless activities for all ages
Denver is one of the healthiest communities in the nation, due to the number of active residents engages in. Retirees enjoy hiking, skiing, biking, and other, less rigorous outdoor activities. New residents won’t have any trouble finding an exercise buddy to keep fit with; Denver has a score of 60 in walkability.
Where to walk to? Denver abounds in arts and culture, restaurants, and craft breweries. It’s the perfect place for a meal, a show, some shopping or some light people-watching over coffee.
Denver love fellow Denverites
Any American who moves to Denver gets the hometown treatment. The drivers here are more courteous compared with those in other major metro areas, making the roads a little safer, and most neighbors are willing to lend a hand when needed. It’s good to know that there is a supportive community around the retirement community you choose because it not only contributes to a vital, happy, and comfortable life, it ensures that the facility is kept safe and protected too. It should also be noted that Denver has a relatively low crime rate compared with many major U.S. cities.
Meet other retirees
Given the lovability of Denverites, expanding one’s social circle is relatively easy as a new transplant. Not only do many retirees choose to live here, but they contribute over billions to the economy every year. Retired Americans aren’t just welcomed in Colorado, they are an essential part of the state, and the state does a lot to make sure they feel as such.
Still interested in retirement community living in Denver, Colorado?
Our number one recommendation is to schedule a thorough visit at more than one home before making the final decision. Your first impressions may differ from how you felt seeing the facility’s website.
Our facility is conveniently located in Denver, Colorado. Visitors describe its beautiful landscaping on our 7-acre site, and they appreciate the convenient location, just off of State Highway 93, near downtown Golden on North Ford Street at Pine Ridge Road.
Ask us about how our team will make your loved one’s retirement one of the best things they’ve ever done.