McDermott Place is located in the Lake City neighborhood of Seattle and provides apartments for homeless individuals, with half of the units designated specifically for veterans. This service-enriched housing helps residents to obtain the services they need to maintain stable housing and provides opportunities for them to access education and employment services.
The ground floor of McDermott Place houses North Helpline, a new Lake City Foodbank, and a free medical clinic staffed by RotaCare and Neighborcare staff and volunteers.
The building is named in honor of Washington state congressman Jim McDermott, a tireless advocate for affordable housing.
Units: 75 studios
Eligibility: Income must be verifiable as less than 30% of Area Median Income (AMI). All applicants must be verified as homeless, and are screened for criminal and residential history, eligibility for clinical services through Sound Mental Health. 38 units are set aside for veterans.
How to Apply: McDermott Place does not accept applications. Please do not contact the property directly. Placement is done by referral from King County Coordinated Entry only.
Home Depot and Day of Caring Volunteers transforming the patio
Jim McDermott at Grand Opening