Landis Quality Living (LQL) is a 501(c)3, formed as a Landis Communities entity to lead the expansion of affordable and middle-market housing. Even though LQL is a tax-exempt organization, appropriate school, city, and county taxes will still be paid. The mission of LQL is to provide housing with services for adults to age in place and thrive in the community and its vision is Enriching Lives. Apartment communities, such as Landis Place on King, are one way we are working to meet the needs of persons with low and middle income.
At Landis Communities, we continue to grow our established reputation for excellence in serving aging adults. The name Landis has value—the history, the legacy, the excellent reputation. We are guided by our values of joy, compassion, integrity, stewardship and community, while staying faithful to the heritage established by our past leaders and are prepared to continue this legacy with each generation. Landis Communities is one organization with three distinct parts: continuing care retirement communities, home and community-based services, and affordable, low-income, and middle-income independent living options.
Diversity, equity, and inclusion are at the heart of Landis Communities’ Landis Place on King project. Bringing together neighbors from multiple income levels will build on West King Street’s ongoing revitalization. Focus groups and conversations with neighbors and community leaders have identified ways to foster inclusion instead of gentrification. Landis Place on King materials will be produced in English and Spanish. By investing in this block, we hope to be a catalyst in this forward movement.
Residents will pay a monthly Community Services charge. This will cover the costs for use of rooftop deck, community rooms, private internet network in each apartment, guest internet in common areas, water, sewer, trash and recycling.
Landis Place on King units include a refrigerator, oven, dishwasher, garbage disposal, built-in microwave, walk-in closet in master bedroom, washer, dryer, and a 50-gallon water heater per unit
Bedrooms have wall-to-wall carpet, and hard flooring (LVT) is installed everywhere else. Tenants cannot modify flooring prior to move-in, but it may be allowed later with approval from Management.
Yes, 2” white faux wood horizontal blinds are installed on the windows, and blinds are integrated into the balcony doors (which can be turned to open/close for light).
Yes, the lower windows open. There is also a window sill, approx. 8 inches deep. Typical window is 7.5 to 8 feet wide, and 5 feet high.
One entryway light is in the ceiling. There are canned lights in kitchen. There are no overhead lights in the living room or bedrooms. There is wiring for tenant to install an overhead fan or light in the living room and bedroom(s). There are also light fixtures in the bathrooms.
With Approval from Management, new paint colors may be applied to accent walls. Walls, trim, and ceiling must be returned to the original color upon vacating.
A Key Fob will be required for building entry and elevator access, including the walk-in door to the garage at the stair tower. Commercial tenants such as the medical office will provide elevator access to their patients. A remote opener for drive-in access to the garage area will be provided.
One elevator is larger to assist with moving, but both are available to residents.
Second floor patios will include divisional barriers for privacy in the form of planter boxes.
Residents will take trash to a room on each floor. Trash will drop down a chute to the dumpster. Recyclables will be taken to a room in the first floor garage.
Balconies, patios, and common area spaces are all non-smoking.
Yes, there are 66 storage units available. These are locked chain-link sections that a tenant can lock themselves. There are 40 storage bins that are 3’x4’, rentable for $25/month. There are also 20 storage bins that are 4’x5’, priced at $35/month.
If a tenant elects to pay for a garage parking space, they can be reserved, first come first serve basis (limited to one space/unit). Landlord may relocate a resident’s parking spaces as needed. There are two ADA spaces in the parking garage.
Tenants must be age 55+. If two adults apply together and only one of them is age 55+ will they qualify. (Children/grandchildren would not qualify.)
No, there is not a rent increase for double occupancy.
Yes, there be a set increase in rent annually, the same increase across the board.
Yes, see the pet agreement for additional fees, maximum number of pets, weight limits, leashing rules and more.
The design for Landis Place on King located all but a few balconies on the sides and back of the building. Only four two-bedroom units on levels 3 to 6 have windows facing south (King Street). If you have a unit facing south, you will have the warm southern light exposure and the view will be wonderful! Any general King Street noise will be further reduced by the distance to the upper levels as well as by four trees that will also provide shade. The building is well insulated for energy efficiency which also helps with sound transmission. Eighty-five percent of window area is fixed insulated glass that improves energy efficiency and reduces sound intrusion. Fifteen percent is operable as a way to bring in outside air as desired.
The ceilings are 9′ 0″.