Pete Gross House
Member of National Association of Hospital Hospitality Houses
The Pete Gross House is a 70-unit apartment building built to serve patients and their families who are receiving their care or undergoing treatment at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA). When the challenges of the day are through, come home to a comfortable and supportive community.
Built in 1999, the apartments were specially designed for the comfort of patients and families. One-bedroom, two-bedroom, and studio apartments are available. Each apartment has a washer/dryer, dishwasher, microwave, range, refrigerator, television, VCR, linens and a generously equipped kitchen. One-and two-bedroom apartments have queen-size sleeper sofas.
Pete Gross House in conveniently located just blocks from SCCA. Shuttles are available throughout the day to and from SCCA and from SCCA to and from UW Medical Center and Seattle Children’s.
The Pete Gross House will be undergoing extensive repair on the exterior siding of the building, which will require closure of 34 of the 70 apartments as well as the P1 level of the garage. Construction began in May 2013 and is expected to last through mid-November.
Disruption is difficult for any apartment residents, but especially those undergoing medical treatments. We salute our patients and families as they face these changes with us and appreciate their patience and flexibility. The project is being carefully coordinated and monitored by Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Facilities and SCCA Infection Prevention personnel. They will routinely check that infection control barriers are in place and properly maintained.
The wait list for Pete Gross House will be longer than usual because of the construction project, but we will do everything in our power to get you proper housing.
Residents will see the following changes to the building:
- The front entry will be moved to the north. The door will be changed to one with a window, and signage will indicate the new entry/exit. Residents will still access the mailboxes and elevators the same way. The shuttle will pick up and drop off from the new temporary entry. The call box at the entry will also relocate to the new temporary area.
- Parking level P1 will be closed to residents and will instead be construction staging. Levels P2 and P3 will remain available for resident parking.
- On residential floors, barriers will be built to contain units on the south end of the building. The elevators and two stairwells will remain accessible.
- Construction activity will begin at 8 a.m. and conclude by 5 p.m. Monday to Friday.
- Hutch School operations should be unaffected.
Pricing - Monthly
Studio $1,445 to $1,635
One bedroom $1,855 to $2,085
Two bedroom $2,665 to $2,880
Pricing - Nightly Stays of one to 29 nights
One bedroom $99
Two bedroom $99
Secured parking underneath the building is $110 per month. Short-term parking (anything less than two weeks) is $10 per night. Anything between two to four weeks (or 29 days) is $10 per night.
- $300 non-refundable, administrative move-in fee.
- Long-distance telephone service.
Pete Gross House can bill private insurance and Washington State Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS), but DSHS requires prior approval before move-in.
Reservations or Schedule a Tour
For reservations, call (206) 262-1000, or e-mail Pete_Gross_House@pinnaclefamily.com.
Pete Gross House
525 Minor Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98109
Because the Pete Gross House is a popular housing choice for families, we encourage you to contact us as soon as you know your arrival date to put your name on the waiting pool.
Pinnacle Realty Management Company, a property management company in Seattle, oversees the Pete Gross House and has high standards of cleanliness and customer service.
Pete Gross House offers private apartments for SCCA patients who need temporary long-term housing during treatment. There are 70 fully furnished apartments that have been specifically designed for the comfort of patients and families.
Three room sizes are available to accommodate different needs.
Pete Gross' family and friends joined with a wide array of local businesses, community leaders and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center to create the Pete Gross House as a lasting memorial to this special person.
Frequently asked questions regarding Pete Gross House and SCCA House.