Vi at Highlands Ranch
Retirement community in Highlands Ranch, Colorado
Vi at Highlands Ranch sits on 25 acres and offers all the things you’d want in a luxury senior living facility. The campus offers spectacular mountain views with access to an array of cultural and recreational attractions in nearby Denver. As the only Type ‘A’ CCRC in Colorado, residents can choose from 29 different floor plans.
They have a continuum of care service as well – this means limited changes to your costs if your health needs change. Reading online reviews, current and past residents are very happy with the personalized service and individualized care programs offered.
Vi at Highlands Ranch requires a sizable entrance fee of $175,000 or more – the good news is that it covers changes to the residence and helps keep the monthly fee more affordable. The monthly fee starts at $3,450 per month.
We estimate the base price to be $7,800 per month.
It was given 5-stars by medicare.gov!
Vi at Highlands Ranch
LUXURY SENIOR LIVING,
Designed for people 62+ and are in good health, and like the benefits of an exclusive retirement community.
Basic to moderate assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs) within a traditional senior apartment.
DEMENTIA & MEMORY CARE
Personalized care for those with dementia or Alzheimer’s. Equipped with safeguards for wanderings.
SKILLED NURSING CARE
Similar to nursing homes, skilled nursing facility has “skilled” nurses for chronic disease or disabilities.
Vi at Highlands Ranch Costs
Sarting costs for a 0% returned entrance fee.
They offer a 50% or 90% return option, but with higher costs.
|Entrance Fees||Monthly Fee|
|One Bedroom||$234,200 – 307,100||$4,310 – 4,640|
|One Bedroom (w/ Den)||$300,000 – 385,800||$4,840 – 5,100|
|Two Bedroom||$322,400 – 541,600||$5,670 – 6,590|
|Two Bedroom (w/ Den)||$532,400 – 846,700||$6,850 – 7,980|
|Cottage||$535,500 – 717,100||$6,600 – 7,240|
|2nd Person Fee||$30,000||$1,660|
Is the entrance fee mandatory?
Residents must pay a one-time entrance fee. It is common among continuing care retirement community (CCRC) and keeps the long-term monthly fee affordable.
What does continuing care mean?
A CCRC (or Life Plan Community) means residents have access to upgraded care – from independent living to assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing, and other care services at little to no additional costs.