Kent Affordable Housing
Working to improve housing opportunities in our community
Kent’s workers, families and retirees of modest means are the main concern of Kent Affordable Housing (KAH), an all-volunteer nonprofit organization founded in 1990.
- South Common, a 24-unit rental complex, was inaugurated in 2003.
- Stuart Farm Apartments, five affordable rentals within walking distance of the center of Kent, opened in 2012, and 5 more opened in 2018.
- The KAH Parcel Program seeks to obtain small lots to be leased to families who build homes for themselves. One home built on donated land is now owner-occupied.
- KAH is working with HousingUS, a program to encourage the creation of accessory apartments in Kent.
**In the spring of 2020 there are critical needs for rent subsidies for residents who have lost jobs or hours or have been furloughed.
**Click on "You Can Help!" to find a button for contributing via PayPal.
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Stuart Farm Apartments III is now open
The three new units are all leased, and the grass is growing.
Solar panels will soon be added.