I lived in apartment for over six months with Mold and Mildew. The appliances outdated and the heat in the apartments always need to be fixed. I had a hole in my bathroom ceiling for about 18 months which I had to lie to section 8 to keep the apartment so I wouldn't be homeless. I went for over two years without a screen door which I requested over and over. their apartment flooded two times and flooded before I moved in with prior tenants which they did not tell me about it. if it wasn't for the fact that I need to provide a home for me and my two children I would be out of here
It is a quiet.friendly place to live.the laundry is onsite.and bus route is there.most of all the security.doors as you come in.I always felt safe there.and no problems we think my spot.it was great.I want to live there again..thank you Carolyn.
Love the layout and the prices for the property
Newport Heights is a mixed-income development located on Aquidneck Island, where beautiful beaches reign and shorelines enchant. It is near the Newport Naval Base and just minutes away from the famed "Summer Cottages" built in the 19th century on Bellevue Avenue The Breakers, The Elms, Chateau-sur-Mer, Marble House, and more.
A diverse population has found a home in this completely reconstructed housing development, originally built in 1939 to temporarily house Navy personnel and now featuring pitched roofs, colorful wood clapboards and lovely plantings.
In total, there are 299 units. There are 54 one-bedroom, 110 two-bedroom, 103 three-bedroom, 22 four-bedroom and 10 five-bedroom apartments. There are washer/dryer hookups in the townhouses and there are laundry rooms in the mid-rise building. One dog or cat per household is allowed, although there are weight and breed restrictions for dogs. Smoking is allowed in apartments only.
The City of Newport's revitalization of the North End is a now thriving area which includes a daycare, Community College (CCRI), a multipurpose Community Center which includes a Boys & Girls Club, MET School (Charter School), and a newly opened East Bay Community Action Health Clinic.
Newport Heights has its own community room; it also shares the Florence Gray Multipurpose Center located adjacent to the property. The Florence Gray center hosts many multicultural events for the residents of the North End of Newport.