Our Properties

A.L. Humphrey House

A.L. Humphrey House

111 Cedar St., Seattle, 98121
Phone: 206-728-5658

Construction on the A.L. Humphrey House was completed in July 2010, providing 81 new studio apartments. A.L. Humphrey House is Plymouth Housing Group’s 12th property in the downtown Seattle area and incorporates many green building features. Named in honor of A.L. Humphrey, father of Cindy Brettler who is a long-time Plymouth supporter and active community advocate for ending homelessness along with her husband Dan Brettler, CEO of Car Toys.

A.L. Humphrey House features:
  • 84 studio apartments with bathrooms and kitchens
  • Roof top garden space and artworks
Cal Anderson House

Cal Anderson House

400 Broadway, Seattle, WA 98122
Phone: 206-204-8750

The Cal Anderson House, purchased in 2000, is located in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle near several restaurants, boutiques and Swedish Medical Center. A short walk to the Frye Museum as well as to Seattle’s International District, the Cal Anderson is a wonderful and convenient place to live. Note: the Cal Anderson House is managed by Capitol Hill Housing.

The Cal Anderson House features:
  • 23 studio apartments
  • A beautiful common area on the ground floor along with a serene backyard space
David Colwell Building

David Colwell Building

111 Yale Ave N., Seattle, WA 98109
Phone: 206-381-8448

The Colwell has some non-subsidized affordable apartments for lease. Please click here to learn more.

Located in the up and coming Cascade neighborhood, the David Colwell Building is walking distance to REI’s Flagship store, several public parks, and restaurants as well as Seattle’s downtown area. The David Colwell was built in 2000 and offers breathtaking views of Queen Anne.

The David Colwell Building features:
  • 24 one-bedroom apartments
  • 100 studio apartments
  • A beautiful outdoor courtyard garden located on the second floor
Sylvia Odom’s Place

Sylvia Odom’s Place

2013 Third Ave., Seattle, WA 98121
Phone: 206-448-6614

Sylvia Odom’s Place opened in February, 2016. This building houses formerly homeless adults who have participated in Plymouth’s innovative Housing Options Program. These residents move from one of Plymouth’s 24/7 supportive properties to more independent (yet still supportive) living at Sylvia Odom’s Place—simultaneously opening up fully supportive homes for men and women moving right out of homelessness.

Sylvia Odom’s Place features:
  • 63 studio apartments
  • First floor retail space
  • Immediately adjacent to public transit
Haddon Hall

Haddon Hall

1921 3rd Ave., Seattle, WA 98121
Phone: 206-956-1911

Haddon Hall has some non-subsidized affordable apartments for lease. Please click here to learn more.

A historic building purchased by Plymouth Housing Group in 1996, Haddon Hall was renovated in 2006. Haddon Hall is located in Seattle’s prime shopping district with a retail space located on the first floor.

Haddon Hall features:
  • 9 one-bedroom apartments
  • 45 studio apartments
  • Two ground-floor retail spaces right in the heart of Seattle’s downtown:
    • one is home to Zanadu Comics
    • the other, currently vacant, is a 3,500 square foot space. Read more about it here.
The Lewiston Apartments

The Lewiston Apartments

2209 1st Ave., Seattle, WA 98121
Phone: 206-728-5369

Erected in 1911, The Lewiston was once known as the Lewiston Hotel and is located in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood. With the old hotel’s sign still in tact, this building is an example of Plymouth’s goal to preserve historic buildings and integrate low income housing into various neighborhoods.

The Lewiston features:
The Pacific Apartments

The Pacific Apartments

317 Marion St., Seattle, WA 98104
Phone: 206-621-1478

Located in Seattle’s Financial District, The Pacific Apartments were purchased by Plymouth Housing Group in 1995. This building is a recipient of the State Historic Preservation Officer’s Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Historic Preservation.

The Pacific Apartments features:
  • 100 studio apartments
  • 9 one-bedroom apartments
  • Beautiful outdoor garden area
Pat Williams Apartments

Pat Williams Apartments

219 Pontius Ave N., Seattle, WA 98109
Phone: 206-223-2012

The newly-constructed LEED Platinum-certified Pat Williams Apartments provide safe, supportive living for 81 formerly homeless adults in modern studio apartments. Residents rebuild their lives by participating in Plymouth’s new Recovery Support Program, receiving focused, daily support on their journey out of addiction.

The Pat Williams Apartments feature:
  • 81 studio apartments
  • 24-hour front desk security
  • High-efficiency heat and hot water systems and Energy Star appliances
  • Rooftop solar hot water pre-heat panels saving $2,500 in annual energy costs
Plymouth on Stewart

Plymouth on Stewart

116 Stewart St., Seattle, WA 98101
Phone: 206-838-5091

 Plymouth Housing Group purchased this historic building in 2004 and renovated it to repair damage from the Nisqually earthquake (including changes to the façade to restore its historic character) and create 87 apartments. Located in the heart of downtown, Plymouth on Stewart is surrounded by shops, restaurants, cultural organizations, libraries and is just blocks away from the beautiful Puget Sound.

Plymouth on Stewart features:
  • 87 studio apartments
  • Two common areas, one on the ground floor and one in the basement
  • First floor retail space, home to Long Provincial Restaurant and Moore Coffee
Plymouth Place

Plymouth Place

94 Bay St., Seattle, WA 98121
Phone: 206-285-4332

Built in 2003, Plymouth Place is located on the cusp of the Belltown and Lower Queen Anne neighborhoods. Its colorful façade and modern characteristics are a welcomed addition to the area.

Plymouth Place features:
  • 70 studio apartments
  • Roof top garden deck
  • First floor retail space, home to a Subway franchise
The Scargo Apartments

The Scargo Apartments

2209 1st Ave., Seattle, WA 98121
Phone: 206-728-5369

The historic Scargo Apartments were purchased by Plymouth Housing Group in 1988, and a total renovation was completed in 2010. The Scargo Apartments are connected to the Lewiston Apartments, and they share an entry way, an elevator and common areas. Located in the vibrant Belltown neighborhood, restaurants and boutiques serve as neighbors to this attractive brick building.

The Scargo Apartments feature:
The Langdon & Anne Simons Senior Apartments

The Langdon & Anne Simons Senior Apartments

2119 3rd Ave., Seattle, WA 98121
Phone: 206-374-9409

Completed in 2008, the Langdon and Anne Simons Senior Apartments has green building features such as EnergyStar appliances, Low VOC paints, low toxic adhesives and recycled materials. Located in the Belltown neighborhood next to Plymouth Housing Group’s administrative offices, this building was named after long time supporters and community leaders, Langdon and Anne Simons.

The Simons Senior Apartments feature:

  • 92 studio apartments designed for seniors and military service veterans (55+)
  • Five units are fully handicap accessible; eleven are partially handicap accessible
  • Two beautiful outdoor common areas and two indoor terrace areas and gardens
The St. Charles Apartments

The St. Charles Apartments

619 3rd Ave., Seattle, WA 98104
Phone: 206-442-5876

Once a hotel, the historic St. Charles is located in Pioneer Square, Seattle’s oldest neighborhood. Surrounded by restaurants and boutiques, the St. Charles is walking distance to both Safeco and Quest Field. In 2004, renovation was completed on the St. Charles where many modern updates were made, but the integrity of the building was maintained.

The St. Charles features:
  • 64 single unit apartments
  • Former lobby entrance to the Seattle Opera House was preserved during renovation