The Aria Cohousing Community's home in Northwest Denver has a fascinating history dating back to 1951.

A full history of the community is coming soon!

Part of the Cultivate Health Partnership and built on the 17.5 acre grounds of the former convent of the Sisters of St. Francis, the Aria Denver master development is designed to promote a healthy lifestyle and simplified living with community gardens, pocket parks and pathways integrated into the site. Already in place on site are apartments and townhomes.


The former convent building at the center of the campus has become the cohousing condominium units. Cohousing is an intentional type of living where members are active in the design and governance of their community; for more about cohousing see the What is Cohousing page.

The building offers a total of 28 units, one of which is still available for sale. The shared community spaces include a large kitchen and dining area, community living room with fireplace and TV, sunroom/library, guest suite, washer and dryer, outdoor patios, and outdoor gardens.