Elizabeth James House
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109 23rd Avenue East
Seattle, WA 98112
Don Young, Site Manager
Built in 1968
60 one bedroom
Located near services and stores including grocery. Great bus service right outside the door. Seniors will love the safe and comfortable units. Some units have panoramic views.
Community recreation room, patio, yard, resident garden and on-site laundry. All floors served by elevator. WSG and hot water included. Pets welcome.
Local Bus Routes
8, 43, 48
Household must qualify for HUD subsidized housing. Fulltime student restricts apply; please contact our office for more information. Household must meet elderly definition of 62 years of age or older OR be disabled to qualify.
The Elizabeth James House was built by Russell Gideon, a prominent figure in Seattle and named by Ebony magazine as one of the nations 100 most influential black citizens. Gideon named the building after his mother, Elizabeth James.