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Housing Options in Seattle

The King County Housing Authority provides the following rental housing and rental assistance programs in unincorporated areas of Seattle. The Seattle Housing Authority offers more options within the city.

Please note: This list is only an overview. KCHA's housing search tool can give you a better estimate of your eligibility based on your family size, income, and housing preferences.

Section 8 Vouchers

Section 8 vouchers help people with low incomes rent homes on the private market. With a voucher, you pay at least 28 percent, but not more than 40 percent (in the first year), of household income for rent and utilities. KCHA pays the difference between your portion of the rent and the amount your landlord requests. Learn about Section 8 vouchers.

Subsidized Housing

Subsidized housing – which includes public housing – helps people with low incomes rent apartments they can afford. In most cases, they pay no more than 30 percent of their household's monthly income for rent and utilities. KCHA owns and manages nearly all of this type of housing and many communities offer on-site social services. Learn about subsidizing housing.

Greenbridge

Greenbridge

  • 390 units — 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 bedrooms
  • Open to families, seniors age 55+, disabled persons
Nia

Nia

Seola Gardens

Seola Gardens

  • 123 units — 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 bedrooms
  • Open to families, seniors age 55+, disabled persons

Other Rental Housing

KCHA's other rental housing helps people with low incomes rent apartments they can afford. Some tenants pay a percentage of their income toward rent each month, while others pay a flat rent amount. This type of housing may be managed by KCHA or a private company. Learn about KCHA's other rental housing.

Greenbridge

Greenbridge

  • 390 units — 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 bedrooms
  • Open to families, seniors age 55+, disabled persons

Moderate-Income Housing

KCHA's moderate-income housing serves people who can pay rent priced closer to normal market rates. Tenants pay a flat rent amount each month, not a percentage of their income. Private companies manage this type of housing. Learn about moderate-income housing.

Aspen Ridge

Aspen Ridge

  • 87 units — 2 bedrooms
  • Open to families, seniors age 55+, disabled persons

Use KCHA's housing search tool to receive a better estimate of your eligibility based on your family size, income, and housing preferences.

Main Office
600 Andover Park W.
Tukwila, WA 98188
Tel: (206) 574‑1100
Fax: (206) 574‑1104
TDD: (800) 833‑6388
Directions

Section 8 Office
700 Andover Park W.
Tukwila, WA 98188
Tel: (206) 214‑1300
Fax: (206) 243‑5927
Directions