A quiet gem nestled on a tree-lined street conveniently located just west of the heart of Denver, the Sloan’s Lake neighborhood offers assisted living residents the best of both worlds. Close enough to downtown to enjoy all it has to offer yet far enough to escape the frenzy of the big city and enjoy a quiet evening at home.
Rich with history and a blend of diverse people and backgrounds, this highly sought-after neighborhood has beautiful scenery, a vibrant culture and a business community that is diverse, accessible, historic and walkable.
Our community is just a short walk to beautiful Sloan’s Lake Park. At 177 acres, it is the second largest park in Denver and boasts stunning views of the Denver skyline and the majestic Rocky Mountains. According to locals, Sloan’s Lake Park is one of the best parks for catching the sunset.
This urban oasis was created accidentally in 1861 when Thomas M. Sloan tapped into a water aquifer while digging a well to irrigate his farmland. Overnight, a 200-acre lake formed and quickly became a popular recreation area for locals and visitors alike.
Regarded as one of the best places to live in Colorado, this neighborhood’s mix of urban and suburban vibes offers activities and events suited for an eclectic palate. Visit the famed annual Colorado Dragon Boat Festival where you can watch a dragon boat race, try delicious Asian cuisine, or watch a traditional lion dance.
Other nearby attractions include:
Located on the north end of the Sloan’s Lake neighborhood and adjacent to The Highlands, Dayspring Villa is situated at the crossroads of two distinctly unique neighborhoods. Often referred to as Sloan’s Lake Highlands, SloHi or the Northside, this area offers Dayspring Villa residents opportunities to explore and take advantage of both neighborhood’s cultures and amenities.
Right next door to the Sloan’s Lake neighborhood is the Highlands neighborhood with a rich, vibrant culture of its own. There are three diverse districts within the Highlands neighborhood filled with restaurants, shops and places to discover.
Enjoy a little retail therapy in Highlands Square, browse antique prints at the Tennyson Street Cultural District or grab a bite in Lower Highland. Catering to a variety of tastes, the Highlands Square area offers a variety of local restaurants where there is something for everyone. The Highlands neighborhood offers a variety of annual events to keep your social calendar filled such as the Harvest Festival, Taste of Highlands, and the Highlands Farmers Market.
Dayspring Villa offers residents the affordability of living in a neighborhood close to the city with all the perks of big-city amenities. Our community is dedicated to enriching the quality and dignity of life for every individual with our community life and Life Enrichment programs. Each assisted living apartment features a kitchenette with a large refrigerator, easy access shower in a full private bathroom, emergency call cords and pendants, in-apartment heat and cooling control, and access to private telephone and cable service. Every assisted living resident enjoys convenient amenities to help live as independently as possible and receives quality care when they need it.
Learn more about our residents and their experiences at our senior living community. You’ll find stories and reviews about the joys and comforts of retirement living.View Testimonials >