Balfour at Riverfront Park markets a resort-like lifestyle to seniors near the former Moffat Depot, a few blocks from the beating heart of Denver’s cultural and club scene.
“Nobody else is doing this. We believe this is the finest senior living community in the country,” said Michael Schonbrun, founder and CEO of Balfour Senior Living in Louisville.
InnovAge, a nonprofit health care and housing organization, has taken a different approach. It recently opened a 74-apartment complex in suburban Thornton with more limited amenities, but near a clinic it operates and at rents of $500 to $875 that are affordable to retired teachers, police officers and blue-collar workers.