Open to families, seniors age 55+, disabled persons
930 18th Place N.E., Auburn, WA 98002 (map)
Large apartments with patios, broad lawns, new roofs and thermal windows. Many services are available on site, including the Auburn Food Bank and the Burndale Technology Learning Center, which offers homework help, a summer lunch program, arts and crafts, computer classes and youth field trips. Burndale is close to the Auburn North Shopping Center and other stores on Auburn Way.
Types of Units (50 Total)
3 — 1-bedroom & 1-bath
16 — 2-bedroom & 1-bath
21 — 3-bedroom & 1-bath
8 — 4-bedroom & 1.5-bath
2 — 5-bedroom & 1.75-bath
1-bedroom — 78 households
2-bedroom — 74 households
3-bedroom — 29 households
4-bedroom — 16 households
5-bedroom — 11 households
Although KCHA cannot determine how long you will wait for housing, the list above shows you the number of applicants on the waiting lists for this property. You should only use these numbers as a rough guideline. The length of time it takes to reach the top of the list varies. It depends on:
- The date and time you applied.
- The number of current residents who move out.
- The number of applicants who qualify for waiting list preferences.
KCHA has no way of knowing how many vacancies it will have in the coming months and years. This is why we cannot tell you exactly when you will reach the top of a waiting list.
Amenities & Services
Auburn Food Bank, Burndale Technology Learning Center, which offers homework help, a summer lunch program, computer classes, arts and crafts and youth field trips
Groceries & Shopping
Albertsons, Walgreens, Top Food & Drug, Rite Aid, Fred Meyer, SuperMall
Metro Transit bus routes 152, 180 and 181
Brannan Park, Dykstra Park, Emerald Downs, Muckleshoot Casino
Auburn Regional Medical Center, UW Medicine Auburn Clinic
Auburn School District
How to Apply
Download, print, and submit the subsidized housing application to apply to live at this property. You may return the application by mail or at your nearest KCHA property management office.
This property offers fully accessible units, which may include features such as lowered counters and a roll-in shower. In addition,
KCHA provides reasonable accommodations to qualified persons with disabilities. This makes their living arrangements, as a whole, comparable to that of other residents. To learn more about accessibility at Burndale Homes, contact the office listed below.
King County Housing Authority
930 18th Place N.E.
Auburn, WA 98002
Tel: (206) 693-6406
Fax: (206) 315-6914