Aurora Campus

The Brent’s Place Aurora Campus features two state-of-the-art facilities and a total of 32 fully furnished Safe-Clean apartments and six hospitality suites for overnight and short-term visits. The campus is located just two blocks from the Anschutz Medical Campus, which includes the University of Colorado health professional schools, multiple centers and institutes, and two of our nationally-ranked hospital partners, UCHealth and Children’s Hospital Colorado. 

 

Thanks to the generous support of donors and our hospital partners, families staying at the Aurora Campus receive unmatched support regardless of their financial situation.

11980 E 16th Avenue

Aurora, CO 80010

720-343-2800

Founder's House

Named in honor of our founders, Donn and Linda Eley, parents of Brent Eley, this building hosts 16 fully furnished one- and two-bedroom apartments, two hospitality suites for short-term visits, a clubhouse, complimentary grab-and-go coffee and snack station, play area, workout room, and rooftop patio. 

Founder's House Entrance
Founder's House Entrance

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Courtyard
Courtyard

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Donn and Linda Eley

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Founder's House Entrance

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Tanner's House

Dedicated by the McMurry and Seebaum family in honor of their beloved grandson and son, Tanner Seebaum, who faced brain tumors for the majority of his 16 years, this building opened in 2017. It features 16 fully furnished one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments, four hospitality suites for short-term visits, as well as community gathering space, complimentary coffee bar, movie room, business center, library, barbeque and patio area.

Tanner's House Entrance
Tanner's House Entrance

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Game Room
Game Room

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Aurora Campus
Aurora Campus

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Tanner's House Entrance

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“I expected a hotel, maybe a couch. When I came in and saw it was fully furnished, that there was food, it was huge. I didn’t know what we were going to do about being able to eat.”

-Thea, parent and past resident

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