Groundbreaking ceremonies were held for a new three-story building to be erected on the site east of the Chapel.
Residents were moved from St. Elizabeth’s Retreat (the old Oakes Home) to the new structure, consisting of 198 units, which was named St. Elizabeth Center. The Oakes Home was then demolished, but the Chapel was preserved.
The Chapel, called Christ the King Chapel, was named a historic landmark of the City of Denver by Historic Denver, Inc.
On March 26, groundbreaking ceremonies took place for the erection of a 14-story building with 144 apartments west of the Chapel.
In August, the new structure was opened for occupancy and dedicated on September 11. The name was changed to The Gardens at St. Elizabeth.
Christ the King Centennial.
The Gardens at St. Elizabeth transitioned to CHI Living Communities, a subsidiary of Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI).
Renovation of Independent Living Tower Building started.