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Property details

Why Live Here?
Panama City's newest Premier Apartment Community and winner of Bay County's "apple of Our Eye" award 2009. "Caring for your concerns" Waterstone at Jenks features spacious one, two and three bedroom apartment home designed to fit any lifestyle. Conveniently located just north of 23rd street, right in the middle of it all, shopping, dining and so much more. Apartments feature beautiful black appliances, washers and dryers and double sink vanities. Our resort style pool and outdoor entertaining kitchen with fireplace, our state of the art fitness studio, the oh so relaxing Steam Room all welcome you to Experience the Here and WOW. Keep your pet in style at our Pet Grooming Salon , surf the web in our Media Center and enjoy coffee and continental breakfast all waiting for you right inside our Welcome Center. Please call for an appointment today.
  • Pool
  • Sauna
  • Package Receiving
  • Gate
  • On-site Management
  • Storage Space
  • Fitness Center
  • On-site Maintenance
  • Sundeck
  • High Speed Internet Available
  • Near Public Transit
  • 24-Hour Availability
  • Clubhouse
  • Business Center
  • BBQ/Picnic Area
  • Controlled Access
  • Courtyard
  • Parking
  • Spanish Speaking Staff
Pet Policy
Cats and Dogs are allowed.
Maximum number of pet(s): 2
Restrictions or other terms: Aggressive breeds restricted. $300 non-refundable pet fee.
Parking available.
Building Information
  • Built: 2009
  • Units: 264
Lease Terms
Lease Terms: 7-12 Months


About Panama City, FL

Panama City is located in Florida’s panhandle, situated on the Gulf of Mexico, it is the county seat of Bay County and at 36,484 people, it is the largest city between Pensacola and Tallahassee. The city was not always called Panama City. Originally, it was named Harrison, but in the early 1900s, when the United States took over the Panama Canal project, a developer named George West gave the town its present name in hopes of promoting development in the area.