Connection

We encourage independence, but residents aren’t on their own. Human connection is a big part of what makes our community so special, and our caring, nurturing staff are committed to making each resident feel at home. Simply put, The Argyle is a place where everyone knows your name and story.

Community

The Argyle was originally established as a retirement residence by a group of local Denver philanthropists. We feel privileged to have earned the title of “second family” countless times, and these connections within our community are made even stronger by our welcoming and dynamic neighborhood.

Highlands

Every connection within The Argyle’s inviting community is enhanced by the vibrant Berkeley/Highlands neighborhood that we call home. It’s a beautiful area full of shops, dining, and parks, where life can be lived fully. We’ve loved our neighborhood since 1900, and we think you will, too.

What is Assisted Living?

This care option provides personalized daily-living support to encourage independence. At The Argyle, home-cooked meals, bathing/dressing, local transportation, and other support can be provided.

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What is Independent Living?

Independent living at The Argyle combines autonomy with comfort and community. Residents enjoy an affordable and safe home, plus fun events, camaraderie, and additional resources.

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Music & Memory®

Music is a powerful and transformative therapeutic tool that fosters connection, belonging, and joy. This free program is available to all residents.

Community Involvement

We treasure our Denver roots. As a neighborhood non-profit, integrating with the local community is an important part of life at The Argyle.

Fit Seniors

Movement is a regular part of life here, because seniors who exercise spend less time and money managing their health.

Resources

This helpful library of checklists, articles, and more has the information you need to choose the best retirement residence for yourself or your loved one.

Resource Guide: 10 Questions to ask when interviewing a Senior Living Residence.

With so many senior care options available, it’s not uncommon to feel confused, overwhelmed, and afraid of making the wrong decision. It’s not easy to determine what daily life will be like for someone moving into a senior living residence, but knowing which questions to ask is the first step toward making the best decision for yourself or a family member.

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