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Download the leasing packet and view amenities, location, blueprints, frequently asked questions, an overview of the rental application process, eligibility and screening criteria, along with a list of documents you may need. The leasing packet is available in English, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, and Japanese.

Pride Place Application Phone Line:

(206) 347-1500

Available 24/7.

Review the Pride Place Workshop Presentation given by Community Roots Housing, and follow along with the Presentation PDF! This presentation goes over the items in the leasing packet, including eligibility, necessary documents, and process overview and features a short Q&A.

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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

GenPride At Pride Place, between Pike and Pine, In the heart of Capitol Hill!

Working hand in hand with community organizations to serve the diverse needs of our LGBTQIA+ elders.

GenPride, in operation since 2016, is the first LGBTQIA+ senior-focused organization in Washington and will be the ground-floor anchor tenant at Pride Place. We have exciting plans to provide specialized programs and services to both the residents and others throughout King County. The multi-use community gathering space will serve meals, educational and fitness programs, and plenty of recreational events throughout the year including a health center onsite that will offer sensitive specialized services.

GenPride and Community Roots Housing are building Seattle's first affordable housing project designed to be an affirming environment for LGBTQIA+ seniors. The project will provide 118 apartments, with a mix of studios and 1-bedroom units - as well as a community and health services center

Campaign Goal: $5,000,000


Amount Secured: $4.2 M | Balance Remaining: $720,000

Please make checks payable to

Generations with Pride and mail to:

GenPride, P.O. Box 23123, Seattle, WA 98102

To make a gift of stock:

Please contact Judy Kinney, Executive Director, by emailing

Find answers to Frequently Asked Questions at!

Looking for housing that is available now?

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Upcoming Milestones

Spring '22

Community Meeting for Progress Updates

We'll update folks and answer community questions.

Summer '22

Qualification Workshops for Application

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.

Winter '23

Accepting Applications

We hope to begin accepting applications in January.

Spring '23

Anticipated Move In

More information to come.

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