Yes, please refer to the Community Laundry Room Page for more information.
The Security Deposit for an apartment is equal to two (2) months rent. Security Deposits cannot be used to pay for the last month’s rent.
The application fees are: $65 per Tenant Application and $65 per Guarantor Application.
All of the apartments consist of one (1) bedroom and the maximum number of occupants is two (2). According to Section 404.4.1 of the Virginia Maintenance Code: 404.4.1 Room area. Every living room shall contain at least 120 square feet (11.2 m2) and every bedroom shall contain at least 70 square feet (6.5 m2) and every bedroom occupied by more … Read More
The measurement of the open area of the double-hung windows when the bottom sash is fully raised is 32.25″ wide and 24″ high.
Yes, all tenants are required to have an active renter’s insurance policy, commonly known as an HO-4 policy, in the name of each tenant, while living in an apartment at King & Queen Apartments. More information about this can be found in the FAQ, “Do I really need renter’s insurance or am I covered under my parents’ homeowner’s insurance?”
If you are a college student living off-campus, you need your own renter’s insurance policy to cover your belongings and any damage to your apartment or the premises. According to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC), “College students renting an off-campus apartment or house while away at school should consider purchasing renters insurance to protect their personal property, such … Read More
Prospective Tenants: Each adult (person over 18 years of age) planning to occupy the apartment must fill out an Application for Tenancy. Prospective Guarantors: Each guarantor, who plans to financially guarantee the lease, must fill out a Guarantor Application. Guarantors are financially guaranteeing the lease. Guarantors are not considered Tenants of the apartment they are financially guaranteeing and, therefore, do not have the … Read More
Yes, a plastic shower curtain liner must be used when taking showers. Flooding, leaks, and damage to the bathroom wall and floor can be caused by the misuse or no use of a shower curtain liner while showering. Tenants will be charged for any damages caused by the misuse or no use of a shower curtain liner.
You will need to visit the nearest US Post Office and complete a change of address form or you can go online and use the US Postal Service’s change of address system. See US Postal Service Change of Address.
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