About the Building
Located just a block off the Broadway shopping district in the heart of Capitol Hill, the Pantages Apartments is a unique blend of old and new. The Pantages house, a beloved structure by the community for many years, was designated by the Seattle Landmarks Board as a historic landmark in 2004 and serves as the focal point for the development. The house itself contains four apartments, a meeting room, and a sitting room that overlooks the distinctive front porch. Additional apartments are connected behind the historic house.
HUD Waitlist Status
The waitlist is open for select apartments in this building. See what’s available and apply for a HUD apartment waitlist here.
49 Total Apartments3 studio
26 one bedroom
15 two bedroom
5 three bedroom
Built in 1907
Income RequirementsThis building serves households earning 30% and 50% of area median income. Please contact our office for more information.
RestrictionsFull-time student restrictions apply.
Convenient access to Metro bus routes, Sound Transit and Link light rail. See Walk Score for more.
- Paid water/sewer/garbage
- On-site laundry
- Paid parking available (Please inquire for availability and cost)
- Controlled access
- Shared rooftop deck
- Energy-saving features
- Shared courtyard
- Pet friendly
- Section 8 vouchers accepted
- Resident Services available
- Meeting room available
Historical Trivia/Special Notation
The house on the property is a historic landmark. It was originally built by Alexander Pantages, an American vaudeville and early motion picture producer and impresario, who created a large and powerful circuit of theatres across the western United States and Canada.
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