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3999 Clime Road
Columbus, OH 43228
Phone: (614) 274-8550
TTY: (800) 750-0750
Seton West is an apartment community in which the head of household, spouse, or co-head must be 62 years of age or older. Rent is based on your income. Seton West in located on the west side of Columbus, Ohio.
Seton West is managed by professional and experienced on site staff members, including a Service Coordinator who assists in linking residents with a variety of services such as financial assistance, medical assistance, educational and emotional support, and home health aid assistance. We have 24 hour emergency maintenance.
We offer spacious one-bedroom apartments which include: utilities, refrigerator, range, central air, carpeting, and EMS monitor pull cords. The building has a limited access entry system and an elevator.
Seton West residents enjoy: a community room for playing cards, potlucks, bingo or visiting neighbors. Other features include two laundry rooms, a game room, a library and two outdoor patios.
• 24 hour emergency maintenance
• On site maintenance
• Emergency pull cord system
• On site Service Coordinator
• Pet Friendly
This is what we live for
We hold ourselves to the same exceptional standard of quality that we showcase in our premier properties. Our homes are superior. Our service, legendary. We deliver a broad vision, as well as precise attention to detail.
Just as we want our clients to love where they live, we want our team members to love where they work. Our fun and passionate team is committed to excellence, and BORROR is committed to our employees.
Home is where
our heart is
Improving our communities and lending a hand to neighbors in need makes us grateful to call Columbus our home.
The Borror family has been in the Real Estate business in central Ohio for more than 60 years with a goal of growing and improving this great city through development, construction, and management. During that time, the Borrors have supported many nonprofit organizations in Columbus.
Community involvement starts at the top. Doug Borror, CEO of BORROR, is active in the community, just as his father, Don Borror, was during his lifetime. Borror family members have been giving back to central Ohio communities for years, and they continue to foster that ideal in the BORROR organization. The family foundation, established in 2004, helps to strengthen that mission.
The Borror Family Foundation fosters targeted and strategic corporate giving, focusing on organizations whose efforts and goals are far-reaching in numbers, and whose ethics and values mirror those of the Borror family. Of particular interest are education and youth development programs, healthcare services that promote wellness, social service programs that help people in transition become self-sufficient, and civic organizations that support emerging communities.
In recent years, the Borror Family Foundation participated in two OhioHealth initiatives near and dear to the family, the Birdies for Buddies golf tournament benefitting prostate cancer research and the OhioHealth Neuroscience Wellness Center. The foundation and BORROR team also took part in the Dress for Success luncheon, an organization founded to empower and support women in achieving their goals, both professional and personal. The Borrors believe in giving back to the communities that surround them and have thus sponsored the Short North Gala and Friends of Goodale Park. Other organizations of note include Stonewall Columbus, United Way, and Celebrate One Community to name a few.
The commitment to giving back to the community has spread throughout the entire BORROR organization not only in the form of charitable giving but also in the gift of time; team members serve on boards, volunteer, and raise money for a wide variety of causes.
All grants from the Foundation are board directed in support of the Borror Family's targeted areas of interest.
Douglas G. Borror, chairman; John S. Sokol, president and treasurer; David P. Blom; Stephen P. Close; and Danielle Borror Sugarman.