THE CARILLON AT BELLEVIEW STATION
Independent Living, Assisted Living, and Memory Care in Denver (DTC)
If you’re interested in learning more about The Carillon at Belleview Station, or other senior communities and facilities in Denver (or the DTC area), please call senior advisor Marnie Biln, (303) 222-5281, to schedule a free consultation. Marnie helps seniors and their families find the best community or facility, based on their needs and preferences, and there’s never a charge for her senior placement services.
The Carillon at Belleview Station was built in 2019, from the ground up, with today’s seniors and their needs in mind. From the best in technology to amenities that are unparalleled, The Carillon at Belleview Station exemplifies luxury living for seniors.
Located in the Denver Tech Center, The Carillon at Belleview Station offers independent living, assisted living, and memory care. Because all of the apartments in independent living are licensed for assisted living, you can move into an independent living unit with the peace of mind that you can transition to assisted living without ever having to move. This type of set-up is also ideal for couples, in which one partner needs a higher level of care than the other.
In independent living, there are 139 studio, 1-bedroom, and 2-bedroom apartments, some of which have balconies with views. Each of these units has a full kitchen, as well as a washer and dryer inside the apartment. In memory care, there are 24 semi-private shared suites and private studio apartments.
Pricing at The Carillon at Belleview Station is based on a monthly rate, with additional charges for varying levels of care.
Amenities include a restaurant, bistro, private dining room, gym, wellness suite, salon and spa, theatre, game and activities lounge, reading room, 6th-floor lounge with outdoor terrace, and even valet service.
There’s no shortage of activities at The Carillon, from fitness classes to intellectual programs and lectures, scheduled outings to happy hours in the bistro. Best of all, an Alexa Dot is given to each resident, and all you have to do is “ask” about the day’s activities, and Alexa will answer.
The Carillon at Belleview Station is a non-smoking community.
Cats and small dogs are allowed in independent living and assisted living, with management approval and an extra $50 fee per month.
Please note: The Carillon at Belleview Station doesn’t accept Medicaid.
Name of Facility or Community: The Carillon at Belleview Station
Type of Facility: Independent Living, Assisted Living, and Memory Care
Phone: (720) 440-8200
Location: Denver (in the Denver Tech Center area)
Address: 4855 South Niagara Street, Denver, Colorado, 80237
Nearby Major Cross-Streets: I-25 and Belleview Avenue
Cost: The cost of Independent Living and Assisted Living at The Carillon at Belleview Station is $4,500-$7,200 per month, plus an additional fee for care in Assisted Living. In Assisted Living, there are seven levels of care, ranging, from $600-$3,200 per month. The cost of Memory Care at The Carillon at Belleview Station is $5,850 per month for a suite, or $6,795 per month, with two levels of care included. Additional levels of care in Memory Care range from $1,000-$2,500 per month.
Types of Units: In Independent Living and Assisted Living at The Carillon, there are studio, 1-bedroom, and 2-bedroom apartments, all of which have full kitchens and washer/dryers. Some of the apartments also have balconies. All of the units are licensed for Assisted Living, so you can start out in Independent Living and transition to Assisted Living, without ever having to move. In Memory Care at The Carillon, there are private studio apartments and semi-private shared suites.
Size Of Facility: There are 139 apartments in Independent and Assisted Living, and 24 apartments in Memory Care. The Carillon at Belleview Station has a total of 163 units.
Ratio of Care Staff to Residents: In Assisted Living, the ratio is 1 staff member to 10-15 residents. In Memory Care, the ratio is 1 staff member to 4-5 residents.
Meals and Dining Options: Independent Living residents are given a $300 meal credit in the restaurant, to use as desired. Assisted Living and Memory Care include three meals per day. Restaurant dining features healthy choices, seasonal menus, and locally sourced ingredients. There’s also a display kitchen at The Carillon, which offers an interactive dining experience. The Bistro inside The Carillon serves coffee and snacks throughout the day. A private dining room is available for special events and celebrations.
Amenities: At The Carillon at Belleview Station, there’s a full calendar of engaging and fun activities, programs, and events, including a PrimeFit fitness program with many group class and individual training in the on-site gym. The wellness suite offers physical and occupational therapy, as well as massage. The salon and spa include all services and a therapy tub. In addition, there’s a theatre, game and activities lounge and a reading room. For socializing, there’s a sixth-floor sky lounge, with an outdoor terrace. There’s even a valet to park your car.
Regularly Scheduled Activities: At The Carillon, there’s Brain HQ brain training and Rosetta Stone (registered symbol) language learning. There are many intellectual programs and lectures. Happy hours in the Bistro include entertainment. There’s also a full-service travel agency on the premises.
Individual Transportation: Individual transportation can be scheduled.
Group Transportation: There’s scheduled group transportation available for shopping and outings.
On-Site Services: There’s a full-service beauty salon at The Carillon. Physicians, a podiatrist, and a dentist come in on a regular basis. There’s on-site site physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy, all available as in-patient or out-patient services.
Pet Policies: Yes, cats and small dogs are allowed at The Carillon at Belleview Station in Independent Living and Assisted Living, based on management approval. There is an additional pet fee of $50 per month.
Smoking: No, The Carillon at Belleview Station is a non-smoking community.
Religious Affiliation/Options: There are no religious affiliations. There’s an interfaith chapel inside The Carillon, with Jewish services and non-denominational services.
Emergency Call System: Emergency call system neck pendants or wrist bands are available for all residents. There are emergency pull cords in the bathrooms, as well as motion sensors above the master bathroom doors.
Assistance With Medications: Yes, assistance with medications is available, for an additional monthly fee.
Memory Care: Yes, Memory Care is provided at The Carillon at Belleview Station.
Incontinence Care: Yes, incontinence care is provided, for an additional monthly fee.
Wound Care: Residents must bring in their own home health agency to handle wound care.
Diabetic Care: Residents with diabetes must be able to administer their own insulin injections or bring in a home health agency.
Therapy Services: Physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy services are all available on-site.
Skilled Nursing Services: No, but home health agencies can provide skilled nursing services as needed.
Hospice and Palliative Care: Yes, hospice care and palliative care can be brought in.
Secured Environment: Yes, the environment in Memory Care at The Carillon at Belleview Station is secured.
Year Built/Opened: The Carillon at Belleview Station opened in August of 2019.
Lease Terms: In Independent Living, Assisted Living, and Memory Care, the lease terms are month-to-month. The facility or the resident can terminate the lease at any point, with 30 days notice.
Age Restrictions: At The Carillon at Belleview Station, residents must be over the age of 55.
Accepts Medicaid: No, The Carillon at Belleview Station doesn’t accept Medicaid.