Kinneret understands how much your pet means to you. That’s why we allow 1 pet per apartment home up to 25lbs at maturity with a one-time refundable pet deposit of $300.
All of our apartment homes include an extra on-site storage at no additional charge or monthly fee.
Token operated washer and dryers are located on every residential floor of both towers. In addition, we offer a small storage space inside the laundry room to house your laundry soap, fabric softener, etc.
Kinneret Apartments is located in the heart of downtown Orlando, close to major highways, public transportation, shopping and medical facilities.
We also offer free on site resident parking and visitor parking.
At Kinneret Apartments a member of our maintenance staff is available for any emergency maintenance issue during and after business hours.
Kinneret offers a library filled with 1,000’s of books on most every topic. Using an honor system you can take out books and return them at your leisure. Donations of your unused books are always welcome.
Kinneret offers a Computer Lab that is available to all of our residents with access to the internet, email, online shopping, news, weather and much more.
Kinneret has a variety of seminars with outside vendors. We offer meet and greet sessions with several local political candidates, including the mayor. We are located within walking distance of the Beardall Senior Center.
Visible Changes Hair & Makeup is a full service salon located on site offering many personal care services including hair cuts, pro hair styling, hair texturing, makeup and makeovers.
A mobile call button pendant system is available to every resident here at Kinneret. This device can be worn in your apartment home or within the community. At the touch of a button it will notify the front desk that you have an emergency and we will contact 911 for assistance.
Currently open every Friday 10:00am – 1:00pm
We offer beautiful gently used donated items such as ladies clothing, shoes, purses, and jewelry and household items like sewing machines, dishes, lamps and furniture.
Open Tuesday’s and Friday’s 10:00am – 3:00pm.
Offering a wide variety of staple grocery store items such as; Milk, cheese, yogurt, eggs, orange juice, cottage cheese, and creams cheese, cakes (individual), cookies, crackers, bread, candies, and chewing gum, canned fruits, vegetables, tuna, condiments, Ensure, cough drops, and canned soda. Household goods such as soap, powder, bleach, napkins, and toilet paper.
No produce, frozen foods or meats.
We Will Deliver – Call KII Desk to place your order.
The Kinneret Tenant’s Association is comprised of all residents. It is our goal to entertain the residents and get them out of their apartments, help the needy and be a voice if they have a problem they can’t resolve. We welcome all new residents and try to make them feel welcome and be happy here at Kinneret. We want them to be proud they live at Kinneret. We strive to be honest, loyal, hard working, and happy during our term in office.
Culturally we offer a variety of international dishes in our cooking classes. We celebrate a variety of holidays as well as observances.
Kinneret has a variety of Wellness Activities throughout each month. These include educational classes, health clinics, and therapeutic groups.
Kinneret offers an extensive lineup of ongoing programs aimed at enhancing residents’ quality of life. These include onsite weekly exercise classes, cultural activities and holiday celebrations. Excursions include trips to Publix, Walmart and area restaurants and an optional meal delivery program is offered during the week for a nominal fee. KCOA is continually looking to better serve the need of the diverse, resident population.
Kinneret Council on Aging is a partner agency of Second Harvest Food Bank and provides a monthly Farmer’s Market where residents receive a bag of fresh fruit, vegetables and bread.
Kinneret offers weekly bus trips to local grocery stores, markets, shopping, restaurants and more.
While Kinneret Apartments is an independent living community, we recognize that our residents can often benefit from services offered through outside community organizations in order to maintain their independence. Both of the Kinneret building have a service coordinator who assists seniors in identifying, locating and acquiring the services necessary for them to age in place in their own homes. They provide assistance and access to community-based supports, skills training and resources for Kinneret residents to achieve self-sufficiency and economic independence.