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Opening this summer, The Gallery at Broomfield combines resort-style amenities with a priority on wellness.A new retirement living community at the corner of the Denver/Boulder triangle blends resort-style conveniences with a long-standing commitment to health and wellness. At The Gallery at Broomfield, a Stellar Senior Living Community, wellness specialists, experienced clinicians and lifestyle enrichment members “aim to partner with residents every single day to create a vibrant community that is intellectually and physicall...
A new retirement living community at the corner of the Denver/Boulder triangle blends resort-style conveniences with a long-standing commitment to health and wellness. At The Gallery at Broomfield, a Stellar Senior Living Community, wellness specialists, experienced clinicians and lifestyle enrichment members “aim to partner with residents every single day to create a vibrant community that is intellectually and physically engaging,” said The Gallery’s wellness director Amy Wronikowski, RN. The Gallery at Broomfield, on track to open this summer, is currently welcoming families to tour, and exclusive Founder’s Club perks are available to those who reserve an apartment now.
An ‘Active And Free Senior Lifestyle’
The latest offering from Stellar Senior Living Community, The Gallery at Broomfield is a luxury-style retirement community featuring a broad spectrum of independent living, assisted living and memory care services for residents’ optimum wellbeing. “We have not one or two levels of care but eight, which is one thing I love about The Gallery’s philosophy of care,” Wronikowski said. “Families can choose the exact level of support, ensuring care is tailored to the resident and that you’re not paying for services you don’t need.” The Gallery’s wellness mission is to “provide a continuum of care that encourages an active and free senior lifestyle and supports residents’ privacy and dignity,” explained Bryan Sanchez, director of sales at The Gallery at Broomfield.
That focus on an active and free lifestyle is rooted in The Gallery’s celebration of holistic health. Wronikowski meets one-on-one with residents to craft a customized wellness plan based on a resident’s health needs and goals. For residents requiring minimal assistance, this might be as simple as providing regular access to The Gallery’s on-call dentist, family medicine doctor, ophthalmologist and ear, nose and throat doctor, as well as to on-site certified fitness trainers. For others, personalized assistance may include an exercise routine with one of The Gallery at Broomfield’s in-house physical therapists or an individualized menu created by The Gallery’s nutritionist and restaurant chef. For some, a wellness plan will feature assistance with daily living activities and medication management, and for still others, a secure memory care facility offers the best of medical care and social and physical engagement.
“Our apartments are fully licensed, so someone may stay in their apartment if they move from one level of care to the next,” Sanchez said. “As needs change, our staff will be right here to help with care resources.”
Wellness Inside And Out
For all residents, an appreciation of physical, mental and emotional wellness is the foundation for The Gallery at Broomfield’s many brain-boosting activities, lectures, and performances. “What sets us apart is our packed schedule of thoughtful, mind-engaging events, from guest speakers to a wide variety of groups and clubs, including the history club, music appreciation club, gaming clubs and book clubs,” Sanchez noted. “We will really have a vibrant community.”
Wronikowski said, “We’ll go where the residents want to go and do what interests them, while also providing a full line-up of activities from day one,” she said. “We know a healthy mind is linked to a healthy body, and it’s important to us and our residents that we stimulate and support both.” The Life Enrichment Director will plan 60 to 80 on-site activities a week, in addition to off-site excursions.
Wronikowski continued, “I had one resident say she likes to play cards but has trouble seeing them, for example, so I bought a color-coded set that will work for her. Another future resident hopes to lead a painting class. We’re excited to see it come together for the joy and whole-body engagement of our residents.”
A Fitness Center Like No Other
To enthusiastically support physical health, alongside mental acumen, the fitness center at The Gallery at Broomfield was designed “much larger than any gym you’d usually find in a retirement community,” Wronikowski said. “It’s huge and has plenty of equipment to challenge our residents at each level of their fitness journey.” Treadmills, ellipticals and stationary bikes, plus weight-bearing equipment, line the fitness center, and a substantial space is reserved for classes and training or therapy sessions. Classes will include aerobics, balance and brain workouts and strength and stretch exercises, among others.
Near the fitness center, at the salon and spa residents may book appointments for haircuts, perms, pedicures, manicures and more. “Many residents like to look good to feel good,” Wronikowski said.
Resort-Style Conveniences For Lifelong Joy
Also essential to health and wellness is “the ability to enjoy life,” Sanchez said. Thus, The Gallery at Broomfield “brings a higher-end retirement experience to Broomfield that is not otherwise available within the area,” he said, adding, “The Gallery will feature the amenities of a resort, including a concierge and a transportation service, to give residents a unique senior living experience.” Indoors, community rooms and apartments are designed to promote mental and physical wellness. Apartments are swathed in natural light, and apartments cater to the distinctive desires of residents, from basic kitchenettes to cooktops in select floor plans. “My favorite is the spacious bathrooms,” Wronikowski said. “As a nurse, I’m mindful that most falls happen in the bathroom. At The Gallery, they combine luxury finishes with the safety of grab bars everywhere.”
Wronikowski’s second favorite highlight at The Gallery at Broomfield might be Milo’s Creamery, an ice cream shop hat will be managed by local residents with special needs. For Sanchez, the Firefly Lounge balcony, with breathtaking views of the Front Range, is a beloved spot for morning coffee with friends.
“We are what a lot of families in the north Denver metro and Boulder areas have been looking for but haven’t been able to find, thanks to our resort-style amenities and differentiated levels of care,” Sanchez said.
The Gallery at Broomfield is located at 1450 W. 169th Ave., Broomfield. To schedule a tour, visit stellarliving.com and search for The Gallery at Broomfield, call 720.698.3103 or 303.656.3738.
Daily Covid-19 admissions in the Broomfield County areaAbout the dataData is from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Hospitalization data is a daily average of Covid-19 patients in hospital service areas that intersect with Broomfield County, an area which may be larger than Broomfield County itself.The number of daily hospital admissions shows how many patients tested positive for Covid in hospitals and is one of the most reliably reported indicators of Covid’s impact on ...
Data is from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Hospitalization data is a daily average of Covid-19 patients in hospital service areas that intersect with Broomfield County, an area which may be larger than Broomfield County itself.
The number of daily hospital admissions shows how many patients tested positive for Covid in hospitals and is one of the most reliably reported indicators of Covid’s impact on a community.
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An updated vaccine is recommended for adults and most children. Statewide, 3% of vaccinations did not specify a home county.
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About this data Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Notes: The hospitals map shows the average I.C.U. occupancy at nearby hospitals in the most recent week with data reported. The data is self-reported to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services by individual hospitals. It excludes counts from hospitals operated by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and the Indian Health Service. Numbers for hospitalized patients are based on inpatient beds and include I.C.U. beds. Hospitalized Covid-19 patients include both confirmed and suspected Covid-19 patients. The C.D.C. stopped reporting data on cases in May 2023.
About this data Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Notes: Weekly county death data prior to Jan. 2021 was not reported by the C.D.C. and is sourced from reporting by The New York Times. Hospitalization data is a weekly average of Covid-19 patients in hospital service areas that intersect with Broomfield County. Hospitalization numbers early in the pandemic are undercounts due to incomplete reporting by hospitals to the federal government.
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About this data Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The data in these charts has been archived and they are no longer being updated. Weekly county case data prior to Jan. 2021 was not reported by the C.D.C. and is sourced from reporting by The New York Times. The C.D.C. stopped reporting data on cases in May 2023. Test positivity data is based only on test results reported to the federal government and is a seven-day average.
By Jon Huang, Samuel Jacoby, Jasmine C. Lee, John-Michael Murphy, Charlie Smart and Albert Sun. Additional reporting by Sarah Cahalan, Lisa Waananen Jones, Amy Schoenfeld Walker and Josh Williams. See a full list of contributors to The Times’s Covid-19 data reporting here.
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The C.D.C. stopped reporting data on Covid cases in May 2023.
Construction on a new mixed-use business community in Broomfield is underway this month – the first phase of a $125 million project.At the intersection of North Simms Street and West 112th Avenue, the 81-acre Simms Technology Park will span almost 600,000 square feet of office and flex space. The final plan includes 14 buildings that will support more than 2,000 jobs, according to a news release.Bra...
Construction on a new mixed-use business community in Broomfield is underway this month – the first phase of a $125 million project.
At the intersection of North Simms Street and West 112th Avenue, the 81-acre Simms Technology Park will span almost 600,000 square feet of office and flex space. The final plan includes 14 buildings that will support more than 2,000 jobs, according to a news release.
Brandon Jenkins, Baltimore-based commercial real estate firm St. John Properties’ regional partner for Colorado, called the park “a significant job generator, a place for businesses to grow and prosper, and a long-term contributor to the local tax base.”
In the first phase to finish next summer, the developer is constructing three buildings: one-story, 41,000-square-foot office building and two flex buildings making up a total of about 70,000 square feet. Flex space is considered “any commercial real estate that offers a business space (usually a single-story building) that can be used as multi-purpose workspace,” according to Pillar Real Estate Advisors.
St. John Properties is also selling or leasing four sites – 1.5 to 2 acres – that could serve as future homes to restaurants, gas stations and other commercial uses.
The developer is also adding sidewalks, lighting, landscaping and other modifications, with the creation of one mile of public recreational trails along Walnut Creek and two new public roads: Doppler Drive and Quantum Parkway.
“Simms Technology Park is perfectly designed and positioned to address the emerging real estate needs of a wide range of companies exploring the suburban Denver area,” Jenkins said in a statement.
St. John Properties bought the property in 2020 from Brocade Communications Systems LLC, and received approval from the Broomfield City Council last summer.
Broomfield Mayor Guyleen Castriotta anticipates that the new park will likely become “the future headquarters for 30-50 firms dedicated to research, design, prototyping, testing and the global delivery of products and services.”
The area’s prominent employers include technology company CenturyLink, computer technology company Oracle America and mountain resort company Vail Resorts, which is headquartered in Broomfield.
In Colorado, St. John Properties has also built Corporate Center on West Colfax Avenue at Corporate Drive in Golden, Sixth Avenue Place at 17301 W. Colfax Ave. in Golden and Walnut Creek Business Park at 10835-11059 Dover St. in Westminster. It opened its Colorado office in 1987, and owns more than 1.5 million square feet of commercial space in the state.
Name: Chriss HammerschmidtWebsite URL: chrissforbroomfield.comAge: 58Family: Kurt, husband, three children, and two grandchildrenHow long have you lived in Broomfield: 26 yearsProfessional background: Research scientistPolitical/community experience: A registered agent for Vote No on 2B issue committee, City...
Name: Chriss Hammerschmidt
Website URL: chrissforbroomfield.com
Family: Kurt, husband, three children, and two grandchildren
How long have you lived in Broomfield: 26 years
Professional background: Research scientist
Political/community experience: A registered agent for Vote No on 2B issue committee, City Council Candidate in 2021 and an Election Canvass Board member two times.
Education: Bachelor’s in physics from University of Colorado Boulder, 1990, master’s in electrical engineering from CU Boulder, 1995.
Broomfield is a county characterized by its rapid growth. Where and how do you hope to see continued growth in Broomfield? And what issues do you see arising as the city and county grow?
I am worried that we are building too much, too fast without regard to possible urban sprawl, traffic congestion, and how it will affect our already burdened water supply… It is also important that we properly balance commercial and residential property. A proper balance provides consistent revenue for the city which helps maintain and build infrastructure, fix roads and provide public safety.
Affordable housing is a hot topic in Broomfield. Where do you stand on the issue and how do you think the city and county should proceed?
I have lived in Broomfield for 26 years. When I bought my home, I could choose upgrades depending on what I could afford as a new homeowner…There was no affordable housing issue in Broomfield at that point in time. People bought what and where they could afford. As the government forces people to accept mandated requirements such as fire-sprinkler suppression systems, certain types of landscaping, and EV- and solar-ready homes, green construction materials, we see housing prices skyrocketing.
Those on fixed incomes who have lived here a long time are having to move from the community that they have lived in all their lives and a community that they love. We need to carefully consider how the government’s influence has added to those costs. We can then begin to reduce subsidies, fees, and taxes, then housing prices will come down accordingly.
What issues do you hope to see come before the council in the near future?
I would like to see tax relief for the citizens of Broomfield. I will put forward a resolution to decrease the City and County of Broomfield (CCOB) mill levy. I will provide several options so that both the city and county can increase their revenue and the taxpayers in Broomfield can receive some relief. We need to focus on reducing our debt before we add more… A good debt policy allows CCOB the freedom to spend taxpayer monies for necessities and could allow us to permanently reduce the mill levy. We need to focus on the infrastructure in Broomfield. It is at an age, like the wastewater treatment plant, and needs to be repaired or upgraded. We should prioritize items in the CIP plan and work together to keep Broomfield in good standing. I will work on a simple budget to provide transparency for the taxpayer.
Mountain StatesMountain States Construction Projects Projects at two outdated retail developments in Broomfield, Colo., are moving forward with a mixed-use vision.Santa Monica, Calif.-based Macerich and Dallas-based Provident Realty Advisors presented the City and County of Broomfield Land Use Review Commission their respec...
Projects at two outdated retail developments in Broomfield, Colo., are moving forward with a mixed-use vision.
Santa Monica, Calif.-based Macerich and Dallas-based Provident Realty Advisors presented the City and County of Broomfield Land Use Review Commission their respective plans for FlatIron Crossing and Flatiron Marketplace in March and the commission has approved both plans.
An indoor/outdoor shopping mall that opened in 2000, FlatIron Crossing’s retail core will remain intact, as the Macerich long-term plan includes adding multiple office and multifamily residential buildings to complement the existing retailers and AMC Theatres multiplex. The 24-acre project will later include an outdoor pavilion, a 2-acre park, and new roads and restaurant sites. Macerich is also marketing a former Nordstrom as a 200,000-sq-ft Class A office building.
Flatiron Marketplace is an adjacent big-box-centric retail development that opened in 2001 and has been largely vacant for much of the last decade. The first phase of redevelopment began in 2019, when Provident began demolition of existing buildings and built 325 residential units on 6 acres. The second phase, dubbed 1B, will add another 350 units in two five-story towers, connected via skybridge, with ground-floor retail. The site is transit-oriented, located on the bus rapid transit route between Denver and Boulder.
“It was a good redevelopment opportunity,” says Anna Bertanzetti, Broomfield planning director, of Flatiron Marketplace. “They’ve now completed the first phase of residential, and they’ve got some commercial as well for the first phase of mixed-use.” She says she expects Provident to pursue additional phases in coming years.
Bertanzetti notes that the budget for the FlatIron Crossing project is about $350 million. She says she expects the first phase of residential and office development to get underway later this summer and to be complete by late 2024. The project architect is MG2 Corporation of Seattle.
“This reinvestment, especially with FlatIron Crossing, is critical,” she says. “It really activates the entire center. We’ve talked about it being more of an 18-hour place. We’re trying to make sure that there’s activity at the center.”
FlatIron Crossing has contributed more than $250 million of sales tax revenue to Broomfield since it opened, and typically has been 20-25% of the total. “It’s both a sales-tax generator and an economic-activity generator for Broomfield, and has been for more than 20 years now,” says Jeff Romine, director of Broomfield Economic Vitality, the city and county’s economic development agency.
Like other retail developments, FlatIron Crossing must evolve with the times, argues Romine. “It needed some upgrades and it needed some changes in the orientation of it,” he explains. “In this day and age, and Macerich has done this at Tysons Corner (Va.) and other locations, you really need to have more of a mixed-use philosophy. It doesn’t mean that retail’s not a key characteristic of it — that’s what makes it what it is — but at the same time, people are looking for something a bit broader that brings them that hospitality, that place where you can take friends, that place you can go entertain and be entertained as a family and as a group.”
Romine says the residential development at Flatiron Marketplace will help support the existing and future tenants at FlatIron Crossing. “The two of them together will represent roughly 1,500 new housing units in that area,” he says. “Both of these [projects] represent a strengthening of the property-tax base and a strengthening and sustaining of the retail sales-tax base.”
A representative from Provident Realty Group declined to comment for this story. Macerich did not respond to requests for an interview.