Free Off Street Parking
When you come home, you want free off street parking and to be parked conveniently nearby wherever you live at Kennedy Place. No problem. Above is pictured part of the Crown Drive parking lot and the back of the Chowning Avenue building.
When you come home, you want free off street parking and to be parked conveniently nearby wherever you live at Kennedy Place. No problem. We provide ample free parking for our residents across all six floor plans.
Convenient Free Parking
Our convenient free parking is well-lighted and waiting for you when you drive in. Park your car and walk in your front door and you’re home.
Please feel free to call (405) 341-7911, or email us. Or call to schedule a tour today, then come visit. No cost to look, and you'll be happy you did. We have the best selection of floor plans in Edmond.
Six Floor Plans to Choose From
- 1 Bedroom Apartments
- 1 Bedroom Loft Apartments
- 2 Bedroom Apartments
- 2 Bedroom Townhomes
- 2 Bedroom Duplexes
- 3 Bedroom Duplex (only 1)
Pets are Welcome
Most mature pets are welcome. No dog breed restrictions, no weight limit, and that's really pet friendly. Woof and purr!
- Air conditioning
- Central heat or wall/window heaters
- Frost-free refrigerator
- Stove and oven
- Garbage disposal
- Dishwasher in most residences
- Ceiling fan(s)
- Cable TV available
- High-speed Internet available
- Private yard and garage (duplexes)
- Fireplace in most duplex homes
- Full-size washer/dryer connection in townhomes and duplexes
Park Very Close to UCO
The University of Central Oklahoma (UCO or Central) is a public university in Edmond, Oklahoma. It’s the third largest university in Oklahoma, with more than 17,000 students and approximately 434 full-time and 400 adjunct faculty. UCO, founded in 1890, was one of the first institutions of higher learning to be established in what would become the state of Oklahoma, making it one of the oldest universities in the southwest region of the United States. Central is home to the American branch of the British Academy of Contemporary Music in downtown Oklahoma City.
On April 13, 1971, the state legislature officially changed the institution’s name to Central State University. Old North Tower was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971. On May 18, 1990, during the university’s Centennial Year, legislation was passed changing the name to the University of Central Oklahoma, though many of the students still refer to the University as “Central”, and many alumni as “Central State.”Hat Tip to Wikipedia for this UCO information.