Located on the eastern end of Lake Ontario, Kingston sits on the corner intersection of the St. Lawrence River. Known as the “Limestone City”, Kingston features 19th-century historical features and buildings.
14 Garrett Street Apartments are a contemporary approach to student living. Located within walking distance to Queens University in the heart of the student hub, tenants can enjoy all the amenities downtown has to offer.
The gorgeous 14 Garrett Street is a 15 minute walk to Queens University. Overlooking the eastern end of Lake Ontario, enjoy the beautiful views in the heart of downtown Kingston. Surround yourself with history, education, food and nightlife and start living with 14 Garrett Street Apartments.Explore
14 Garrett Street Apartments has quality features including in-suite laundry and perfect for any student. Affordable and within walking distance to Queen University, countless restaurants, nightlife and more!
Kingston, Ontario thrives with 19th-century history. First settled in 1673, incorporated as a city in 1846 and previously the capital of Canada, Kingston is home to the Fort Henry National Historical Site and much more..
Located on the corner of Lake Ontario and the St. Lawerence River, Kingston, Ontario is the perfect location for the outdoors enthusiast. Enjoy the sunshine sailing over the glicening lake, kayaking along the vast river or take a peaceful walk through Lemoine Point Conservation Area.