CHS HOUSING PROPERTIES - KING COUNTY
HomeHousingHousing Properties - King County
An 8-unit group home in Bellevue for developmentally disabled adults. Managed by Helping Hands for the Disabled.
Chancery Place Apartments
An 84-unit high rise located in Seattle’s First Hill neighborhood for seniors and disabled individuals at 30% median income who are able to live independently.
Dorothy Day House
A 41-single-unit room occupancy building in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood for formerly homeless women.
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A 49-unit property located in Bellevue for seniors and disabled persons at 30% median income who are able to live independently.
Emma McRedmond Manor
A 31-unit property in downtown Redmond for seniors and disabled persons at 30% median income who are able to live independently.
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Provides 38 units of housing in Burien’s Seahurst community for income eligible seniors 62 years of age or older and in certain cases for persons with disabilities that require four architectural features of a unit. Application must be at or below 30% median income and able to live independently. Rent is based on 30% of adjusted income. .
Frederic Ozanam House
(206) 441-4606 ext. 23
56-units of permanent housing chronically homeless men 55 years of age and older. The waiting list for Frederic Ozanam House is currently closed. We are not accepting new applications at this time. This program has a current wish list and needs donations of the following new or used items: dinner or luncheon plates, silverware, gravy boats, round table cloths, desk lamps, TV converter boxes, twin sheets, blankets and comforters. To donate please contact Brigid Hagan at (206) 441-4606 ext. 21.
An 8-unit group home in Bellevue for the developmentally disabled. Managed by Helping Hands for the Disabled.
A historic high-rise building in downtown Seattle providing 221 studio and one-bedroom apartments for low-income individuals, with 40 units for formerly homeless persons.
Katharine’s Place (visit the Katharine's Place page)
Provides 25 units of family housing in Seattle's Rainier Valley, with some units set aside for families with special needs. The waiting list for Katharine's Place is currently closed. We are not accepting new applications at this time.
Provides 11 lofts for working artists in Seattle’s Pioneer Square neighborhood.
Monica's Village Place
A 5 unit apartment complex serving low income individuals or small families through the Village Spirit Center Initiative.
Renton Family Housing (Highland Court/Tucker Apartments)
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Offers 24 town home style units in the Renton Highlands for low-income families. For more information, click here.
Santa Teresita del Nino Jesus
A newly constructed property in Seattle’s Delridge neighborhood (West Seattle) offering 25 units of housing (2- and 3-bedroom units) for urban Latino and other low-income families who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
Spruce Park Apartments
Offers 44 studio and one-bedroom apartments in Seattle’s Central District for small families and individuals with 50% median income, with 4 units for homeless families and individuals at 30% median income.
St. Martin’s on Westlake
Provides 53 units of single-room-occupancy housing for chronically homeless men 55 years of age and older.
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Provides 38 permanent and 12 transitional clean and sober apartments for individuals in recovery. Residents must be actively committed to a program of recovery while at Traugott.
The Wintonia is a 92-single-room-occupancy building in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood serving men and women coming out of King County's Dutch Shisler Sobering Support Center.