Residential

Pike Place Market residential housing

Residential

Pike Place Market is more than a public market; it’s a vibrant neighborhood home to more than 450 residents, many of whom are low-income people. The Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority (PDA) has three HUD subsidized buildings located directly within Pike Place Market, just steps away from the famous fish guys, Rachel the Piggy Bank and the neon Public Market Center clock.

The Market also has affordable market rate studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom apartments. There are also Single Resident Occupancy apartments with a kitchenette and shared bathroom.

Some of our buildings have sun and patio decks and offer spectacular views of Puget Sound. Our buildings offer easy access to the Market's many businesses.

We are currently revising residential applications. Please check back soon, or in the meantime contact a residential manager with any questions.

 

Coming in 2017 at the Pike Place MarketFront 

MarketFront residentialThe Western Avenue Senior Housing building will feature 40 studio apartments, at 100% tax credit. PDF flyer

The new 40 studio apartments will be rented to low income persons, 55 years of age or older, with incomes 50% below area median income (called AMI). The waiting list will be organized in order of the receipt of completed qualified applications.

Pre-applications are currently being accepted. 

To qualify for the waiting list, prospective tenants will need to complete a simple two page pre-application form which provides contact information, age and income. As of the current date, the maximum annual income to qualify is 50% of AMI ($21,600 per year for a single person).  Half of the units are reserved for extremely low income tenants at 30% AMI ($18,900 or less per year).  Rents are $791 and $474 plus electric depending on income.

Seven of the apartments on the west public plaza of the new MarketFront are intended for practicing artists and crafts persons willing to participate in active use and programming of the area.

For more information, contact:
Kim Barreto
Residential Manager
Phone: 206.774.5228
Fax: 206.774.5295
Email: Kim.Barreto@pikeplacemarket.org

 

Our Low Income Housing Projects 

La Salle Building

LaSalle BuildingThe La Salle building is a blended property.  There are 40 HUD subsidized units with 100% tax credit. The waitlist is currently closed. 

Property Description
La Salle property is a historic structure composed of four buildings. The original building, the La Salle Hotel, was built in 1907. The fourth building was completed in 2006. All units were modestly renovated in 2006.

Project Eligibility

  • The head of household, co-head or spouse must be 62 years of age or older and/or “disabled”; Income restriction applied – (HUD requirement)
  • The head of household, co-head or spouse must be 55 years of age and/or disabled; Income restriction applied. First come, first served basis – (Tax credit requirement)

LaSalle backLa Salle Apartments Features

  • 64 units: 44 studio and 20 one-bedroom 
  • Some units have gorgeous views of Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains
  • Pike Place Market Community Garden
  • La Salle building houses the Pike Place Senior Center
  • Proximity to the Market, restaurants and bus stops

Address:
85 Pike St. #500            
Seattle, WA 98101        

For more information, contact:
Kim Barreto
Residential Manager
Phone: 206.774.5228
Fax: 206.774.5295
Email: Kim.Barreto@pikeplacemarket.org

 

Market House 

Market HouseMarket House is a family project.  It is 100% HUD subsidized units. The waitlist is currently closed.

Property Description
Market House was built in 1984. It was originally owned and managed by Seattle Housing Authority.  Pike Place Market PDA acquired this project in 2005. 

Project Eligibility
A family property.  Anyone over the age of 18 can apply. Income restriction is applied.

Market House Features

  • 51 units: 40 one bedroom and 11 studio 
  • Some units have gorgeous views of Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains
  • Courtyard
  • Proximity to the Market, restaurants and bus stops

Address:
1531 First Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101

For more information, contact:
Jack Just
Residential Manager
Phone: 206.774.5229
Fax: 206.774.5290
Email: Jack.Just@pikeplacemarket.org

 

Stewart House 

Stewart HouseThe red brick side of the building is an elderly property. It is 100% HUD subsidized units. The Stewart House waitlist is currently open and applications are being accepted. The wait time is six months to two years. 

Property Description
•    Stewart House was built in 1986. In 2012, this building was renovated with funding from the levy passed by the City of Seattle constituency. 

Project Eligibility
•    An elderly property.  The head of the household must be 62 years of age. Income restriction is applied.

Stewart House side w SROStewart House Features

  • 48 HUD units: 46 studio apartments and two, one-bedroom units. There are also 38 single room occupancy (SRO) units with shared bathrooms 
  • Some units have gorgeous views of Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains
  • Courtyard
  • Proximity to the Market, restaurants and bus stops

Address:
80 Stewart Street
Seattle, WA 98101

For more information, contact:
Eugene Demesa
Residential Manager
Phone: 206.774.5283
Fax: 206.774.5284
Email: Eugened@pikeplacemarket.org

 


Conventional Housing 

Conventional Housing does not maintain a waitlist.  Applications are accepted on a first come, first served basis. The application is not available online at this time but will be available soon. Please contact the manager below for a Conventional Housing application. 

 

Livingston Baker Apartments (90 units)
Livingston-Baker1925 First Ave
Seattle, WA 98101

Bryan Houghton
Residential Manager
Phone: 206.774.5281
Fax: 206.774.5282
Email: Bryan@pikeplacemarket.org

 

 

 

Sanitary Market (22 units)
Sanitary Market Building from Pike Place1522 Post Alley
Seattle, WA 98101

Jack Just
Residential Manager
Phone: 206.774.5229
Fax: 206.774.5290
Email: Jack.Just@pikeplacemarket.org

 

 

 

Leland Apartments (14 units) 
Leland Apartments1501 Pike Place
Seattle, WA 98101

Bryan Houghton
Residential Manager
Phone: 206.774.5281
Fax: 206.774.5282
Email: Bryan@pikeplacemarket.org

 

 

 

Triangle Apartments (7 units)
Triangle Apartments91 ½ Pine Street
Seattle, WA 98101

Bryan Houghton
Residential Manager
Phone: 206.774.5281
Fax: 206.774.-5282
Email: Bryan@pikeplacemarket.org

 

equal opportunity housing  

The Pike Place Market PDA is an equal opportunity housing provider.  We do not  discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion or creed, sex, disability or handicap, familial status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, Section 8, ancestry, use of a service or assistive animal, or political ideology.