Station House

About the Building

Station House features 110 affordable apartments in the heart of the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle. Opened in March of 2020, this environmentally-friendly building is a brand new construction with a rooftop deck and 360 degree views of Seattle, just steps away from the Capitol Hill Light Rail Station, Cal Anderson Park, and all that Broadway offers.


Capitol Hill

110 Total Apartments

41 studio
44 one bedroom
18 two bedroom
7 three bedroom

Built in 2020

Income Requirements

This building serves households earning 30%, 50%, and 60% of area median income. Please contact our office for more information.


Full-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
  • Energy-saving features
  • Elevator
  • On-site laundry
  • Controlled access
  • Shared rooftop deck
  • Shared BBQ area
  • Garden area/pea patch
  • Bike storage
  • Pet friendly
  • Section 8 vouchers accepted
  • Resident Services available

Historical Trivia/Special Notation

Station House’s green building design targets the platinum level of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification and Evergreen Sustainable Development Standard. Co-located with the Capitol Hill light rail station. Winner of the PCBC Golden Nugget Merit Award – Best Affordable Housing Community, 60 du/acre or more. The ground level 1,400 square foot community space is known as the Cathy Hillenbrand Community Room, named for the Capitol Hill Champion neighborhood activist and long-time board member. The room includes an art installation as part of the AIDS Memorial Pathway to honor those affected by the HIV/AIDS crisis.

Contact Information

For leasing inquiries, contact (206) 895-1400 or

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