- Minimum Age of Accepted Residents
- Activities Onsite
- Devotional Services Available
- Indoor Common Areas
- Meals Provided
- Complimentary Transportation
- Activities Offsite
- Outdoor Common Areas
- Beauty & Barber Services
- Pets Allowed
- No Smoking Allowed in Private Areas Indoors
- No Smoking Allowed in Public Areas Indoors
- Wheelchair Accessible Showers
- Hospice Available
- Respite Available
- Resident Parking Available
- Male Residents Accepted
- Female Residents Only
I have lived here for several years now, was OK until a year ago. New manager and maintenance person who do as little as possible, no people skills or are they even semi professional. Rent money gets so called "LOST" or misplaced. Maint guy ease drops on tenant conversations an reports it to manager. Maint repairs are sub-standard. Manager has actually WRITTEN up tenants for talking in lobby area,,,,what, are we in grade school?!!! Several apts are now rented to ex-homeless people on Section 8 and they bring in other homeless people, junkies, etc into building . Very unsafe! This building has a very negative vibe over it now, no fun any more. We had a bedbug outbreak and we were not told about, so others ended up with them from laundry room. Personal storage lockers get broken into. Rent keeps going up, several people now have to move, but SHAG will fill them with section 8 and the rest of will pay for it. No respect from management here, just negativity. We miss [name removed], our previous manager, she brought sunshine to this building.
They Were The Best Price For Me
I am doing fine since becoming a resident of this community. My apartment is suitable with the amenities I need. I am able to make my own meal in my kitchen. They have some activities like bingo and a sheet with events at the community down the street. I would recommend to a friend or family if they meet the age requirement.
2015 review to correct the one review of 2013
this apartment building has changed management alot.
changed corp. as far as i can tell. owner does not get involved. raised prices so dractically that rhey are forcing people to move. there is an uproar going on now and people are scared. the manager Bobby is hiding after giving false info to these people. they are scared and have no resources. they cannit afford to move or stay. i will
be supplementing my family so they can stay. after paying the new raise last year 72.00 this year 50.00 she will have 3 dollars left for the month. what happened to shag and helping people????
Titus Court Apartments
This is a nice apartment building, located at the south end of old downtown Kent. There are a great variety of places within walking distance - library, shopping, coffee shops and diners, and so on. The building is also a stop on the route of Kent's free Shopper Shuttle, providing transportation to local businesses for those who aren't up for the walk.
It's close enough to the railroad that train whistles are heard frequently; this may be bothersome to some people and not to others.
My mom has been in her Titus Court apartment for less than a month; the other residents have been friendly and helpful, and I look forward to her developing friendships and becoming involved in activities in and around the community.
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Our Kent apartments participate in a program designed to maintain affordable rental apartment homes for age and income qualified senior residents. Located near Downtown Kent, Various Coffee Shops and Nail Salons, Shopper Shuttle for your convenience.