Since the apartments are located literally next door to the College of William & Mary, nearly all of our residents are students. However, you do not have to be presently enrolled in the college to lease an apartment.
How long is a typical lease term?
Our leases are typically 11.5 to 12 months. Depending on availability, it is possible to have a shorter lease term.
Do you have recycling available at the apartments?
Yes, recycling is available at the apartments. In fact, the recycling receptacle is located directly beside the garbage dumpster and is only to be used for recyclable materials. For more information about recyclable materials, please refer to the February 2016 post about Recycling
How is mail handled at the apartments?
U.S. Postal Service mail and other parcel and package delivery services deliver to King & Queen Apartments. U.S. Postal Service mail and packages are delivered to assigned mailboxes for each apartment. These mailboxes are located by Apartment 1. All packages, especially from UPS and Fed Ex are typically delivered by the carrier to the apartment door to whom the package is addressed. Packages delivered … Read More
Can I add or change the locks to my apartment?
No, you are not authorized to change the locks to your apartment. Should you desire to have them changed during your tenancy, Management must approve the lock change. The work will be done by a licensed locksmith and you will be responsible for the cost of re-keying the lock. Virginia law allows for new locks to be installed pursuant to a court … Read More
In what year were the apartment buildings built?
Construction of the apartment buildings was completed in 1964.
What type of construction was used to build the apartments??
The integrity and structure of both 3-story apartment buildings were built-to-last with James River brick, block, mortar, poured concrete, iron, and steel. The walls of each apartment are mainly original plaster and all of the hung windows were replaced in 2012 with thermal windows. Concrete block firewalls run vertically between each apartment.
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