Flatirons TerraceOur newest independent living community offers upscale apartment homes paired with fine dining and comfortable spaces. The modern, inviting design includes cozy common areas that allow residents to connect with friends, neighbors and family. At Flatirons Terrace, the Boulder lifestyle is at your fingertips.
The TowersOur income-restricted apartments are one-of-a-kind thanks to the surrounding landscape. At 14 stories, we overlook the University of Colorado campus, the city of Boulder and the stately Flatirons. Activities and programs abound at The Towers, with exercise classes, movie nights and trips; you choose what you want to do.
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Elizabeth has been using the Wellness Center for five years. In 2008, Elizabeth had an aortic dissection. As soon as she healed, she went to the Wellness Center because she missed using it, having gone there three times a week before her surgery. An MBF specialist set up a new, less vigorous routine for her. When she started her new routine at the Wellness Center, Elizabeth was on oxygen full-time, but now she only uses oxygen at night and when she goes for long walks. Elizabeth especially enjoys walking around the CU campus.– Elizabeth
Lois’ mother Margaret lived at Golden West more than thirty years ago, and now Lois has been here for three years. It was a good choice for both of them, but with a big difference—people are living a lot longer now. Back when this was Margaret’s home, most residents were in their sixties or early seventies. Now, at age 79, Lois is considered part of the “younger crowd.” Variety has been added to her happy life by friendships not only with her peers but also with active, accomplished people in their eighties and nineties who have seen many interesting changes during their long lifetimes. Lois says she admires the Golden West staff for the hard work they put into keeping pace with the changes here by providing a wide variety of activities and varying levels of support for all of the Golden West community.– Lois
After suffering a broken hip, Bernie moved to the Mezzanine (assisted living) at Golden West. Bernie feels that he couldn’t have found a better place to live, and said, “The whole community is wonderful.” Bernie enjoys the many activities that are offered here, such as Sit and be Fit (an exercise class) and Creative Corner (an art class). He knows that assisted living is the last place that some people want to go, but Bernie suggests that people come in with an idea that it is great and fun because there is a lot to do and everything gets taken care of, such as meals and housekeeping.– Bernie
Hoke is a long time Boulder resident who moved into Flatirons Terrace when it first opened in 2008. He has worked at a variety of organizations, including the Union Pacific Railroad, JC Penney, Sears, his own hardware store, and Bodin Realty. He also served in the Army at the beginning of WWII, and spent 34 months in North Africa, Italy and France. Hoke is a past president of both Boulder Barbershoppers and Toastmasters, and has been a member of Kiwanis for 45 years. He and his wife belonged to “Ports of Call” and traveled widely while she was alive. Hoke says enjoys the freedom of living at Flatirons Terrace, and displays many of his wife’s watercolors and china paintings in his apartment.– Hoke