Bart Harvey

430 Minor Ave N  
Seattle, WA 98109
206-518-6118  Fx: 206-518-6119

Built in 2009, the Bart Harvey houses low-income seniors 62 years of age and older in Seattle’s Cascade/South Lake Union neighborhood.

The six-story building has 32 studio apartments and 17 one-bedroom apartments. All units are wheelchair-accessible, and all have kitchens with dishwashers and full-size refrigerators.

On the Bart Harvey’s ground floor are a community meeting space with a full kitchen, a ping-pong room, offices for the building’s resident manager and its full-time case manager, a library, and one of two laundry rooms. In the library are four computers for tenants’ use.

Sustainable health-promoting elements were incorporated into the design of the building, among them a green roof that provides garden spaces and a walkway for tenants’ use.

Units:  49:  32 studios and 17 one-bedroom units

Eligibility:  The Bart Harvey serves seniors 62 and older making 50% or less of Area Median Income (AMI).   The residents pay no more than 30% of their income in rent.  Ten units are set aside for homeless seniors, and ten are set aside for disabled people. All applicants undergo and must pass a background check.

How to Apply:  The Bart Harvey maintains a waitlist. WAITING LIST CURRENTLY CLOSED
This community does not accept portable screening reports.

Historical:  Bart Harvey Grand Opening Release (2009)

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