Lakewood Independent Living

There are 11 Independent Living Facilities in Lakewood, CO and 23 Independent Living Facilities nearby. The average cost of Independent Living in Lakewood, CO is $2,578 per month.

Average Cost: $4,500

Lakewood Independent Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Independent Living in Lakewood for a single-occupancy apartment is $2,578/month ( - 2015). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Lakewood Independent Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Atria Inn at Lakewood $2,307/month
Lakeview Senior Living $2,570/month
Lakewood Estates $2,349/month
The Courtyard at Lakewood $2,124/month

Cost of Nearby Independent Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Inglenook at Brighton Brighton $1,995/month
Sunrise at FlatIrons Broomfield $4,430/month
The Carillon at Boulder Creek Boulder $4,060/month
Lincoln Meadows Senior Living Parker $2,605/month
Highland Trail Broomfield $2,449/month
Longmont Regent Longmont $1,699/month
Quincy Place Denver $1,949/month
Vi at Highlands Ranch Highlands Ranch $3,240/month
Springbrooke Denver $2,425/month
Springwood Retirement Campus Arvada $3,525/month
Keystone Place at Legacy Ridge Westminster $3,700/month
Canterbury Gardens Aurora $1,395/month
Atria Longmont Longmont $3,440/month
Bella Vita Senior Living Aurora $1,500/month
Cost data provided by senior living communities and compiled by is subject to change without notice. This data is for informational purposes only and may contain inaccuracies. Your actual senior living costs may vary depending on your personal situation.
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Map of Lakewood Independent Living Facilities

Information About Independent Living Facility in Lakewood

Located just west of Denver and part of the larger Denver metropolitan area, the city of Lakewood is close enough to reap the benefits of a beta world city: the modern public transportation system, the first rate medical facilities, the predilection for the arts and culture exhibited by cosmopolitan centers everywhere, without the attendant population squeeze that comes from living in the center of it all. The Stone House Pond, Lakewood, CO Surrounded to the west by national parks and lakes, the Rocky Mountains rising above the distant horizon, Lakewood independent living offers the best of both worlds. Organizations Serving Seniors in Lakewood Beginning with the Consortium for Older Adult Wellness, which functions as a liaison between the community and the rapidly evolving health care system, myriad local services conveniently lend themselves to the specific needs of aging adults in the city of Lakewood. Another group serving seniors, Older Adult Services offers a variety of programs for people age 55 and older. For our country's aging Veterans, just ten miles from downtown Denver is the Denver Regional Benefit Office. In Denver itself, still more associations have committed themselves to the concerns that would interest those looking into Lakewood independent living. Lakewood Senior-Friendly Activities All through the months of spring, Clements Community Center holds Friday tea dances early in the day and Saturday night soirees for the light-footed and fancy free. One could also sample the heritage, culture, and arts of Lakewood among three separate facilities presenting engaging exhibits, education programs, historical experiences, performing arts, and cultural opportunities to the public. If hitting the links is on the program, within the city limits alone both Fox Hollow and Homestead Golf Courses offer fantastic views of the Rocky Mountains and downtown Denver. Or escape the city life altogether and relax on the winding hiking trails of the more than 99 parks scattered around Lakewood. With horseback riding available, camping in the hills, boating and fishing on the lakes and streams, nature itself offers a bounty of diversions to choose from. For instance, your aging loved ones may choose to polish up long neglected archery skills at the archery range here in Lakewood. Lakewood Medical Facilities As would be expected, impressive medical facilities operate out of the metropolitan area consisting of major cities including Denver, Lakewood, and Aurora. The University of Colorado Hospital has been ranked number one in all of Colorado for overall medical care. Also allowing Lakewood independent living residents to breathe easy knowing top-quality medical care is within easy access, the National Jewish Health is ranked the best respiratory hospital in the entire nation for the fifteenth year in a row. Senior Friendly Transportation in Lakewood For independent living in Lakewood, transportation for seniors age 60 and older couldn't be better. Lakewood Rides provides door-to-door transportation to residents who meet the eligibility requirements. Anything from medical appointments, errands at the grocery store, personal needs, and meal site trips, Lakewood Rides has got you covered. Discounts are also available for anyone 65 or older while traveling within the regional transit service of light rails and buses known collectively as the RTD. Lakewood is that rare city that has attained the perfect balance between nature, small-town feel, and easy access to big city amenities. For more information, see our options for Lakewood independent living. Back to Top