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Property details

Why Live Here?
Kings Crossing apartment homes are conveniently located less than one mile from interstate I-95, Route 32 & 175 in beautiful Columbia, Maryland. Our apartments have all the features that you would like in your new apartment home such as full size washers and dryers, wall to wall carpeting, a chef style kitchen with updated appliances as well as wood burning fireplaces and ceiling fans in selected homes. Our community is pet friendly, with lush green landscaping and nearby walking trails for your enjoyment. * The community has top-notch free amenities such as a sparkling pool with sundeck, 24/7 Wi-Fi / TV lounge and exceptional 24/7 hour fitness center. Just say King Me - King Me and enjoy the comfort of Kings Crossing living.
  • Pool
  • Fitness Center
  • Business Center
  • Covered Parking
  • Resident Lounge
  • Free Wi-fi In Amenity Areas
  • Cyber Lounge
Pet Policy
Restrictions or other terms: Kings Crossing is pet friendly, accepting both dogs and cats. There is a 2 pet maximum per home, 70 lbs. per pet. Dog walk and waste stations are located throughout the community. There is a non refundable pet fee of $350 and monthly pet rent of $45. Breed restrictions apply. Please contact the office for more details.
Building Information
  • Built: 1984
  • Units: 168
Lease Terms
Lease Terms: 3 months, 4 months, 5 months, 6 months, 7 months, 8 months, 9 months, 10 months, 11 months, ...


About Columbia, MD

Columbia, Maryland didn't become a town by accident. The whole community that resides inside of Howard County, Maryland was planned out by developers in 1967. Home to 10 self-contained villages, the idea behind the community was to enhance the residents' way of life and to not focus solely on economic value. The plan was to bring people together as one, and not separate them based on color, religion, or class. Today, that dream lives on, with the naming of Columbia as number 4 out of 100 of the best places to live in the United States in 2008, number 8 in 2010, and then again as number 2 in 2012.