About the Building
Helen V is a three-story classic brick building. Apartments have high ceilings and large windows. Some apartments have private balconies and hardwood floors.
HUD Waitlist Status
The waitlist is open for select apartments in this building. See what’s available and apply for a HUD apartment waitlist.
38 Total Apartments31 studio
7 one bedroom
Built in 1909
Income RequirementsHousehold must qualify for HUD-subsidized housing. Please contact our office for more information.
RestrictionsStudent restrictions apply.
Convenient access to Metro bus routes, Sound Transit, and Link light rail. See Walk Score for more.
- Paid water/sewer/garbage
- Classic building
- On-site laundry
- Free parking available (please inquire about availability)
- Controlled access
- Shared courtyard
- Pet friendly
- Resident Services available
- Surface parking
Historical Trivia/Special Notation
This large apartment building was one of the first to be built on the very fashionable Renton Hill, just south of Capitol Hill. According to the Seattle Daily Bulletin (February 17, 1913) it was one of the finest apartment buildings to be located in such a neighborhood, where it was surrounded by mansions of the elite and adjoined the convenient cable car line to both downtown and Lake Washington. The building was named by the developer for his beloved niece Helen.
Site Manager: 206-204-8734