The Gardens at Northgate

3000 Swift, North Kansas City MO 64116

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Kitchen:

DishwasherGarbage DisposalMicrowaveRefrigerator

Laundry:

Laundry Facility

Pets:

Pets OK

Features:

Air ConditioningCable ReadyCarpetingCeiling Fan(s)High Speed Internet AccessOversized Closets

Community:

Clubhouse, Controlled Access, Elevator, Fitness Center, Handicap Access

Property Details

Seniors 55 Years and Better...Brand New Building...Convenient To Downtown Location...Controlled Access...

The Gardens of Northgate is a fresh and unique concept in affordable urban senior living. The community within a community is being developed by The Rainen Companies and professionally managed by Property Management.
Comfortably nestled within a traditional, pedestrian orientated neighborhood, The Gardens at Northgate is in the very heart of a vibrant and inviting urban area.
Our spacious one and two fully controlled access apartment homes come in a variety of open floor plans. The apartments are complemented by tiled entrances, individual climate control, large closets and fully equipped designer kitchens with decorator lighting and breakfast bar.
The Gardens at Northgate also offers a variety of features that provide a sense of community. Along with regularly scheduled events and activities, we also offer a fully accessorized fitness center, community spaces, reflection pool, landscaped courtyard, multi-use community rooms, game area and computer room.

Leasing Terms

Lease Terms: 12 months. Security Deposit: $250 with $150 non-refundable.
Pet Policy: $20 pet rent, $300 refundable pet deposit, $150 non-refundable pet fee.

Pet Policy

Dogs Allowed. Cats Allowed. Call for service animal policy.

Community Information

114 units

Building Type

Apartment

Neighborhood Info

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