Providence Heritage House at the Market provides assisted living in the heart of the Pike Place Market in downtown Seattle. With panoramic views of Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains, Heritage House offers private apartments, nursing services and a rich quality of life to seniors in a vibrant urban environment.
Heritage House brings together a wide range of services to meet your individual needs. Our comprehensive Wellness Center combined with visiting and coordinating programs such as podiatry, dentistry, lab, pharmacy, vision, and hearing exams bring together a wonderful group of caregivers. Whether it's minimal assistance or more care that you need, Heritage House is able to design a care plan that evolves with you.
We also partner with Providence ElderPlace. ElderPlace is an innovative program of health care and social services for older adults.
Backed by the Mission of Providence, Heritage House at the Market is committed to providing assisted living services in a compassionate, residential environment in a manner that promotes the individual's:
In recognition of these values, residents help make informed decisions about their care according to their own preferences and needs. Our values of respect, compassion, justice, excellence and stewardship guide our actions and describe the qualities we strive for as people and employees of Providence.
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Nothing compares to living in the heart of Seattle! Providence Heritage House at the Market is nestled just below the world famous Pike Place Market. With panoramic views of Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains, Heritage House offers private apartments, nursing services and a rich quality of life to seniors in a vibrant urban environment.
Our building features an open design with plenty of common spaces for socialization and activities or to simply sit back, relax and enjoy the gorgeous view of Puget Sound. In addition, there’s an elevator outside the front door for easy access to the Seattle waterfront or Pike Place Market. Residents also have easy access to the Pike Market Senior Center activities and the Pike Market Medical Clinic.
Heritage House at the Market is bustling with activities, including weekly happy hours, musical entertainment, holiday parties, outings and many games. But most of all, residents are encouraged to maintain their independence and gain a sense of purpose. They can exercise, learn to use the Internet, find spiritual support, volunteer, and be involved in a community that is engaging and caring.
Our spiritual program includes support for people of different faiths and backgrounds, including a discussion group called Quality of Life, a bible study, worship, chaplain services, Catholic communion and transport to Catholic Mass. Heritage House welcomes people of all faiths and beliefs.
Heritage House at the Market prides itself not only on the amenities and activities that we offer our residents, but also in the level of resident participation. Our residents feel like they own the building. They feel like their apartment is their private home and the public areas are their favorite place to meet and gather. Our building has an open design with many common spaces. Visitors will notice that Heritage House is a vibrant community where residents are active, engaged, and are enjoying their lives to the fullest.Building features
- Furnished Units
- Air conditioning (first floor only)
- Individual climate control
- Private bath
- Step-in showers
- Cable hookup
- Emergency pull-cords
- Wheelchair access
- Recreation room
- Controlled access
- Laundry room
- Emergency call system
- Sprinkler system
- Medicaid accepted
- Incontinent care
- Diabetic care
- Three meals provided daily (included in rate)
Heritage House is an active member of the Pike Place Market community. Residents can simply ride the elevator outside the front door for easy access to the Seattle waterfront and the Pike Place Market’s many eclectic shops and vendors. When not enjoying the view of Elliott Bay from their apartments, residents can enjoy the Market’s flying fish mongers, see the beautiful flower displays and sample the bountiful fresh fruits and vegetables while listening to the talented street musicians. They also have access to the Pike Market Senior Center activities and the Pike Market Medical Clinic.
You may furnish your apartment with your own personal furnishings or Heritage House can provide a set of furniture, including a bed, a chair, two lamps, a four drawer chest and a three drawer night stand.
You may also use your own small appliances, such as toasters, toaster ovens and coffee makers. However, hot plates and electric fry pans can create smoke hazards and may lead to potential fires. Therefore, they are not permitted.Apartment features
Each apartment has a private bath and a kitchenette with a refrigerator and a microwave. A private telephone jack, fire detection devices and an individual heat thermostat are also included. Two emergency pull cords in each unit provide immediate response from staff.
Cable TV is provided in all of the apartments at no additional charge.
All apartments have individually controlled thermostats and some apartments have air conditioners. You can set these controls to your own level of comfort.
The goal of our dining service is to provide attractive, nourishing meals which meet residents’ preferences and their health needs.
Our menu is professionally developed and meets US RDA guidelines. We are able to accommodate some special requirement diets, such as no concentrated sugar, no added salt and mechanical soft foods.
All meals are served seven days a week in the dining room with full wait service. Lunch and dinner menus have several entrées to choose from and snacks are available throughout the day.
The Market Café hours (subject to change)
- Breakfast: 7:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
- Continental Breakfast: 9:30 a.m. - 11 a.m.
- Lunch: 11:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
- Dinner: 3:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Evening snacks are available after hours and are provided through the resident aide.
We understand that selecting an assisted living facility or choosing a caregiver for a family member can be an overwhelming task. The professionals at Heritage House at the Market will take the time to listen and to help you understand your options so you can make the choice that is right for you and your family. We are committed to helping you with your decision.
If you're ready to apply, please fill out the application form and mail it to us at the address on the form. To protect the privacy of your information, do not email the form to us.
Please contact us today by filling out the admissions inquiry form below or by calling us at 206-382-4119 to schedule a meeting with our admissions consultant, or for a tour of Heritage House at the Market. We look forward to assisting you.
Admissions inquiry form
Heritage House is a thriving non-profit assisted living community. We are so grateful for your support to help us create a warm and welcoming home filled with a wide range of activities for our residents.
Generous gifts from the community help us provide care for our residents and enhance their quality of life. In recent years, donated funds helped us buy computers for the residents’ computer lab, free weights and furniture for an outside seating area.
Donations also help fund our activity program featuring seasonal events, like a trip to the Ballard Locks in the summer, and our weekly Leisure Connections group which organizes activities like High Tea – complete with old China sets – and gardening on the front patio.
To learn more about how to make a tax deductible donation, call 206-382-4119.
The gift of your time is equally precious and we invite you to come volunteer at Heritage House. Volunteers socialize with residents, provide a variety of activities and contribute to Heritage House in many ways.
Residents, family members and friends are encouraged to become volunteers. The staff coordinates the program to provide appropriate placement and orientation of volunteers. We have ongoing needs for volunteers to:
- Serve meals in the dining room.
- Help with beverage services during meals.
- Facilitate group activities and games (trivia, bingo and Wii).
- Provide companionship.
- Escort residents to appointments/walk with them in the community.
- Every single volunteer is a treasured member of our community and brings joy to our residents’ lives.
To learn more about individual or group volunteering opportunities, call 206-382-4119.
Please fill out our online volunteer application to get started.