Patience, luck and more lead to new homes

Kent Affordable Housing President Virginia Bush-Suttman, left, explained the planning and construction process from beginning to end to state Sen. Craig Miner (R-30). Photo by Elyse Sadtler

KENT — Kent Affordable Housing (KAH) celebrated the completion of five new apartments at its Stuart Farms location with a grand opening ceremony on Friday, June 1.  

Since its founding in 1990, KAH has steadily built affordable housing units in the community. The Stuart Farms apartments are the latest addition, bringing the total number of low-rental apartments in Kent to 34.

The new units are in addition to the five original residences on the site, for a total of 10 apartments at Stuart Farms. 

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