Welcome to Pride Place, Seattle
~~Opening Fall-Winter 2023~~
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Rendering by ‘Environmental Works’.
We’re Here, Together
GenPride is building an LGBTQIA+ senior community center on the ground floor of Pride Place. Our capital campaign seeks to raise $5,000,000 to support the purchase and build out of the 4,400 sq ft community space, the first of its kind in our community, and the first permanent home for GenPride’s mission.
Funds raised through the campaign will support construction of a brand-new community and health services center as well as a transitional fund to prepare the center for the future.
By supporting GenPride’s campaign, you can bring our community one step closer to having a place we can be our whole selves and celebrate our values, our history, and our pride.
GenPride is a 501c3 nonprofit organization. Your contribution is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
EIN #: 47-5593899
To make a gift of stock:
Please contact Allison McGrath, Development Coordinator, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Please make checks payable to
Generations with Pride and mail to:
GenPride, P.O. Box 23123, Seattle, WA 98102
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Find available apartments on with our partner Community Roots Housing on their Website: https://communityrootshousing.org/find-apartment.
1519 Broadway Ave, Seattle, WA 98122
There will not be any resident parking.
All units are ADA accessible, and 20 units will have additional access for wheelchairs (lower kitchen counters, shower roll-in, and larger doorways).
All residents must be 55+ and meet income eligibility.
118 Units total, consisting of 90 studios and 28 one-bedroom units.
Live Pride Place Groundbreaking Ceremony
We broke ground on Washington state’s first-ever LGBTQIA+ affirming and affordable senior housing community located in the heart of Capitol Hill, Seattle. View photos from the event by visiting our media page.
We’ll update folks and answer community questions.
Application workshops give community members a chance to understand the qualification process. These workshops are a great opportunity to find out what information is needed so that you’re prepared once applications can be submitted.
We hope to begin accepting applications in January.
More information to come.
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