Press Release: Seniors Can Apply for Affordable Rental Apartments in Redmond

City of Redmond Press Release
Providence John Gabriel House rendering

Seniors Can Apply for Affordable Rental Apartments in Redmond

October 12, 2016

Lisa Rhodes, Communications & Marketing Manager

Redmond, WA Construction is well underway on the Providence John Gabriel House, an affordable senior housing project located at 8632 160th NE. Applications will be available for prospective residents starting on October 31, 2016.  Individuals must meet certain income and age qualifications in order to submit an application for housing.

The development will provide 74 affordable rental apartments for seniors aged 62 and over in Downtown Redmond.  In addition to the residential use, there will be 8,000 square feet on the first floor for a PACE (Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly) health and wellness center, also managed by Providence Health & Services which will serve eligible residents of the community. “Providence John Gabriel House will ensure that more seniors will have an affordable place to live near medical, shopping and recreational facilities, as well as the Rapid Ride and other transit lines,” said Mayor John Marchione.

The building is five levels built over structured below-grade parking. The residential portion will serve seniors with household incomes at or below 60% of the Area Median Income (AMI).  For a one-person household, the maximum allowable income is currently $37,980, and that maximum increases for larger households.

Providence John Gabriel House is expected to open in March 2017.  Applications for housing will be available starting after 11:00 am on October 31, 2016 on the Providence Supportive Housing website at  The general information phone for Providence Supportive Housing is 855-360-5478 (TRS/TTY 711); e-mail is 

The project is made possible through financial support from the City of Redmond, Providence Health & Services, the east King County jurisdictions that are members of A Regional Coalition for Housing (ARCH), King County Department of Community and Human Services, U.S. Bank and the Washington State Housing Finance Commission.

For questions and more information contact Lisa Rhodes, Communications Manager, at or 425-556-2427. This press release is available on