Mercy Housing Northwest - Washington

Appian Way Apartments


Appian Way offers spacious apartment homes in Kent, Washington. The two and three bedroom apartments even have two bathrooms and washer/dryer hookups. Appian Way's community center includes a large community meeting room, a computer center, and offices for Case Managers and Resident Service Coordinators. In addition to supportive services for formerly homeless families at Appian Way, Mercy Housing Northwest provides a Resident Services Program for the entire community, assisting in areas such as financial literacy, parenting skills development, health and dental services, computer skills development, ESL classes, and emergency food, clothing, and furniture distributions. Activities for children include after-school homework groups, organized teen activities, movie nights, art programs, and summer lunch programs.


  • Fabulous rents
  • Laundry facilities in each building
  • Community center with computer lab
  • Two playgrounds and a basketball court
  • After-school and Pre-K programs
  • Resident Services
  • Free summer lunch program for school-age children and youth
  • Computer classes
  • Case management for formerly homeless families
  • Close to schools, services and shopping


  • 150 total units
  • Between 30% and 50% of the area median income
  • Features 30 one-bedroom apartments, 75 two-bedroom apartments, & 45 three-bedroom apartments.
  • Acquired in 1996

Appian Way Apartments

25818 26th Place South
Kent, WA 98032
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 Phone: 253-941-5026
[TTY 711]

Property Type: Multifamily
Units:  150

Office Hours:
8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p .m.




Prices are subject to change.

  • One bedroom, one bath: $440-$770
  • Two bedrooms, two baths: $525-$900.
  • Three bedrooms, two baths: $600-$1,050