West End Tacoma Apartments
Situated in the West End neighborhood of Tacoma, Washington, our one and two bedroom apartment homes offer lakefront living in this centrally located port city. Near University Place and Tacoma Community College, our community offers nimble access in and around Tacoma. And when your travels take you north to Seattle or south to Olympia, Interstate 5 is less than 5 miles away. Come to shore at Lakeside Landing and enjoy the pleasures of waterfront living.
1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments
Our community in West End offers more than spacious, modern one and two bedroom apartments. You’ll be pleasantly surprised with the details inside your new home. Dual-pane windows provide both insulation and natural light while energy-efficient appliances in your kitchen are a pleasant addition to every home.
Enjoy the view of the lake and our well-maintained 32 acres from your private patio or balcony. Keep your clothes clean with the laundry facility steps from your door, and keep them tidy and organized in your walk-in closets. Some of the features you’ll find in your new home are:
- Cathedral Ceilings*
- Walk-In Closets
- Dual-Pane Windows
*In select homes
Pets are Welcome
Lakeside Landing is a spacious and peaceful garden-style community that both you and your pet will love. That’s right, ours is a pet-friendly community that welcomes dogs and cats to our slice of paradise. With an onsite dog park and the 11-acre China Lake Park nearby, it’s easy to get outside. For a change of pace and scene, cross the bridge to Tacoma Narrows Park to take in your beautiful city, Mt. Rainier, and beyond.
Water All Around
A bird’s eye view of Tacoma shows it perched on the edge of wide swaths of blue. In fact, the city’s name comes from nearby Mt. Rainier, originally named Tahoma or “mother of waters.” With the Puget Sound under two miles west and the community itself situated lakeside, you'll love the endless waterside opportunities surrounding you. Whether you prefer to steer a standup paddleboard along Thea Foss Waterway, paddle from Owen Beach around Point Defiance in hopes of spotting some orcas, or would rather dip into the resort-style swimming pool of Lakeside Landings, options for water fun abound.