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At a Glance
Come visit us at Park View At Columbia.  Apartment homes, exclusively for adults aged 62 and up.  Make today a Park View day. 
Why Live Here?
Welcome to Parkview at Columbia Apartments. Robust and diverse activity schedules with plenty of opportunities for entertainment, education and socializing with neighbors. Enjoy the highest-quality apartment homes, amenities and services on the market at a price that won't break the bank. Extra touches include a beautifully landscaped courtyard and patio, game lounge and walking path. Relax in your bright, spacious apartment home or enjoy a cup of tea in the beautifully appointed community room. 24-hour emergency maintenance and easy accessibility to bus transportation, the local senior center, the library and shopping. The Park View bus is available for resident outings to shopping, museums, lunches and more. Park View at Columbia serves Columbia, Ellicott City, Clarksville, Laurel, Elkridge and the surrounding areas. Please call for an appointment today.
  • Laundry
  • Fitness Center
  • On-site Maintenance
  • Elevator
  • Transportation
  • Rec Room
  • 24-Hour Availability
  • Game and Activity Room
  • Electronically Controlled Lobby Entrance
  • Community Room with Kitchen
  • Lending Library and Computer Center
  • Business Services
  • Trash Room on Every Floor
  • Courtyard
  • Controlled Access
Pet Policy
Restrictions or other terms: Call for Pet policy details.
Building Information
  • Units: 104
Lease Terms
Lease Terms: Flexible Lease Terms


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.