A new senior housing project in Kent will have two free-standing monument signs thanks to the Kent Board of Zoning Appeals.
The zoning board voted Monday to grant a variance to allow two monument signs for the Maple Brook at Four Seasons project, which could be under construction by the end of the year.
The project, being built by Cleveland-baseed NRP Group, will bring more than 60 unites for low-income seniors to Kent.
Joseph McCabe, project manager for NRP Group, said the sign will be built of brick and stone.
"It’s a very basic kind of sign," he said.
The project gained approval from the Kent Architecture Review Board earlier this month. The new senior residential complex will share a driveway and other facilities with KentRidge at Golden Pond.