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Grandparent magnet: Age-55-plus Everleigh, a short walk from Central Park Town Center, has an open house on Sunday

Grandparent magnet: Age-55-plus Everleigh, a short walk from
Central Park Town Center, has an open house on Sunday 1

One rare, good thing to come out of the Covid crisis is a trend for grandparents to end up living closer to their kids and grandkids — something you can see tomorrow during a mimosa-bar open house at Everleigh Central Park, an age-55-plus community a short walk from Central Park’s 29th Avenue Town Center.

At Everleigh, an innovative rental lifestyle concept for adults 55 and greater, there are a plethora of activities and amenities that are all wrapped into your monthly rent—no amenity fee.  New arrivals all have a similar story: They’ve come during the pandemic, taking advantage of Everleigh’s location and walkability to be close to their kids and grandkids who moved to Colorado a decade ago.

“You know the two things I like about Colorado?” asked Lester Rice, who’s recently arrived from Florida. “Being close to my daughter, and living at Everleigh.”

Rice was having continental breakfast (it’s served twice a week) with three other women, all with similar narratives—from Missouri, New York, and Ohio; all with grandkids living right here in Central Park.

“Some people here have grandkids living within blocks,” says Mallori Scandore, community manager at Everleigh, who you’ll meet during tomorrow’s tour, two-to-five p.m.  You’ll get to enjoy mimosas, fruit, and pastries in Everleigh’s clubhouse, see the spacious great room, convenient pool, spa, and fitness center (it’s now reopened for on-site workouts by appointment), and a host of popular amenities—’School of Minds’ art-crafts-teaching studio; bike shop; ‘Barks-n-Rec’ dog park; and a community garden where residents have just divvied up their parcels for spring (some are set aside for those yet to arrive).

Scandore says there’s a sense of renewal and reopening now as Covid begins to slip into the rearview mirror, with more live events, including an outdoor movie night that Everleigh’s on-site lifestyle coordinator put together earlier this month.

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You’ll see the quality of the apartment homes—including a Red Bud 2-bedroom/2-bath apartment, 1,149 sq. feet, with lots of windows, quartz counters and backsplash, and plank floors, available now, $2,375/month. Underground parking is just $100/month.

Scandore adds that new arrivals want this no-maintenance lifestyle at a time when age-55-plus for-purchase homes have become so expensive, and when similar communities are charging sizable community entry fees.

Apartment homes start at $1,650/month. You’ll see how close this is to restaurants in Town Center, and to Founders’ Green Park (a block away) where Central Park will be staging community events as things return to normal.

The news and editorial staffs of The Denver Post had no role in this post’s preparation.

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