Lead an urban lifestyle centred on connections, culture, and cuisine in the heart of Calgary’s Mission District.
Chartwell Fountains of Mission is a boutique-like retirement residence in an intimate, tucked away location within five minutes of downtown Calgary. Our recently renovated community is known for its vibrant and social energy, delicious dining experience and personalized services designed to make your retirement years worry-free.
An established neighbourhood with metropolitan amenities
Our residents cherish the neighbourhood we call home, especially as we’re within a short distance of many local amenities, including boutique shopping, fine-dining restaurants and popular cafés on Historic 4th Street, 17th Avenue and Elbow Drive. Boasting walking paths along the winding Elbow River, leafy parks and numerous local eateries, grocery stores and pharmacies, it’s no wonder our location has one of the best walking scores in the city.
Conversation, culture, and cuisine
Many of our residents find that once they move in, their social network quickly expands. The lifestyle at our retirement community promotes conversation and connection: walk through our doors and you’ll see people chatting together in the bistro over a cup of coffee, painting together in the art room, listening to someone play the piano in our fireplace lounge, or exchanging thoughts during a guest speaker presentation or meeting of the Men’s Club. Our lovely dining room is also a place of lively conversation and laughter, inspired by the award-winning dining experience delivered by Chef Lee, our Chef de Cuisine who prepares meals emphasizing fresh, locally-sourced fare, seasonal flavours, and beautiful plate presentation.
The dining experience
At Chartwell Fountains of Mission, we want you to lead the independent, worry-free lifestyle that you deserve in your retirement years. That’s why we offer a diversified menu to make your life better, including delicious and wholesome meals prepared by our award-winning chef and served by friendly staff in our lovely dining room. We also have a bistro and pub where you can enjoy a drink and snacks with friends, and a private dining room for family gatherings.
Activities and amenities
Our retirement residence is a lively, engaging place to call home, not only because of our residents and staff, but the many optional activities we offer. Consider joining us for an exercise class, painting in the art room, a classic film in the movie theatre, a guest speaker, a glass of wine and snacks with friends in the bistro or a pint in the pub, or a fun outing to shops, restaurants, a concert or play downtown. You choose how you spend each day with us, and there is always something interesting on offer if you feel like socializing, pursuing a hobby or adding some variety into your day.
A selection of inviting suites
PROMO starting from $3,593/month
At Chartwell Fountains of Mission, we have a wide range of suite plans for you to explore. These include spacious studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom layouts featuring kitchenettes, Juliet balconies and an abundance of natural light. We also offer indoor parking, and concierge and transportation services.
Senior living in Calgary
Located on 25th Avenue in Calgary’s Mission district, our elegant, urban retirement residence is close to many local amenities, including boutique shopping, fine-dining restaurants and popular cafés on historic 4th Street, 17th Avenue and Elbow Drive. With walking paths along the winding Elbow River, leafy parks, grocery stores and pharmacies, our retirement residence is ideally situated within five minutes of downtown Calgary. If you don’t fancy a stroll, we offer indoor parking spots and transportation services upon appointment.
Things to do in Calgary
Situated in the foothills of the spectacular Canadian Rockies and just a 90-minute drive from Banff National Park and Kananaskis, Calgary is the largest city in the Prairie Provinces. It’s a wonderful place to call home not only because of its friendly western hospitality and scenic walking trails and riverside parks, but its many arts, cultural and sporting attractions. You can watch bucking broncos and chuckwagon races and take in concerts at the world-famous Calgary Stampede in July. If you’re moving to a Calgary retirement residence, there are over 5,000 restaurants to choose from, including Alloy and River Café. If you love arts and culture, you can attend performances by the Alberta Ballet, Calgary Opera, and numerous theatre companies. Root for the local football and hockey teams at a Stampeders or Flames game. Don’t forget unique destinations and events like the Spruce Meadows international horse jumping show, Fort Calgary, Devonian Gardens, Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame, and Calgary Zoo.
Shopping for retirement homes?
There are many important factors to consider when trying to find the best retirement community for yourself or a loved one. Practical considerations like location, cost and the right support or care services for your unique needs, emotional considerations like how the residence made you feel and your interactions with staff, and so much more. Read our helpful guide today for questions to ask during a tour, topics to discuss with family, and how to make a decision you can feel confident in..