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August Wilson Place

204 111th Ave NE
Bellevue, WA 98004
(425) 429-6050

August Wilson Place features a community space for residents, a computer lab, counseling office, and underground parking. There are many green energy saving features and the building meets the Evergreen Sustainable Development Standard.  Located near shopping, employment opportunities, Bellevue City Hall and Sound Transit’s East Link.

August Wilson Place is named in honor of famed African-American playwright August Wilson. Wilson’s work includes a series of 10 plays, “The Pittsburgh Cycle,” for which he received two Pulitzer Prizes.

Units:  57:  47 studio; 5 two-bedroom; 5 three-bedroom.  12 Units are Homeless Family and Homeless DD Family units; 8 units are HUD VASH units; 37 units are Workforce Housing.

Eligibility:  There are units for individuals and households at 30%, 50% and 60% of Area Median Income (AMI).

How to Apply:  Placement in Homeless and VASH units is done by referrals from partner agencies.  The waiting list for Workforce Housing units is currently closed and applications are not being accepted.

Historical:  Press Release August Wilson Place Grand Opening (2015)
August Wilson Place Grand Opening Program

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August Wilson's Daughter Sakina Ansari-Wilson (L) and widow Constanza Romero (R) with LIHI Executive Director Sharon Lee (C)

August Wilson’s Daughter Sakina Ansari-Wilson (L) and widow Constanza Romero (R) with LIHI Executive Director Sharon Lee (C)

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August Wilson Photo by Jennifer M. Tucker

August Wilson
Photo by Jennifer M. Tucker

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