Pete Gross House

To put your name on the waiting list or schedule a tour:

Phone: 206.262.1000

525 Minor Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98109

When the challenges of the day are through, come back to a comfortable, supportive community at Pete Gross House. Our 70 private, furnished apartments are ideal for Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center patients who need isolation after transplant while their immune systems rebuild. We are a half-mile from the South Lake Union Clinic and provide free shuttle service for patients and family members.

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 list. 

Pete Gross Pricing and Rooms

Prices are subject to change without notice. 


  • Sleeps one to two
  • 440 to 441 square feet
  • $1,510 to $1,646 per month

One Bedroom

  • Sleeps up to four
  • 540 to 782 square feet
  • $2,015 to $2,115 per month

Two Bedroom

  • Sleeps up to six
  • Two full baths
  • 782 to 1,049 square feet
  • $2,686 to $3,024 per month

For stays under 30 days, the rate is $99/night for all rooms. Rental rates are based on the square footage and location of the apartment. All furnishings, utilities, Internet, and local phone service are included in rental rates. Long-distance telephone service is not included.

A one-time $300 non-refundable, administrative move-in fee is charged in addition to rent. Stays of 30 consecutive nights or longer at Pete Gross House are exempt from the Washington State hotel tax (15.6%).

See our FAQ for details about paying for lodging. Financial Assistance may be available for those who qualify.

Pete Gross House provides temporary lodging for patients and their families in fully furnished apartments.


Each apartment is furnished and has a washer/dryer, dishwasher, microwave, range, television, DVD player, linens, and a generously equipped kitchen with full-size refrigerator.

One-and two-bedroom apartments also have queen-size sleeper sofas. Studio apartments also are available.

Free shuttles run to and from the South Lake Union Clinic, and connect with shuttles traveling from the South Lake Union Clinic to and from UW Medical Center - Montlake. Shuttles run on weekdays only. Shuttles to the grocery store run twice daily.

All utilities, Internet, and local phone service are included in the monthly rental fee.

Secured parking underneath the building is $110 per month. Short-term parking (anything less than two weeks) is $10 per night.

We are a non-smoking building. Cushman & Wakefield, a property management company in Bellevue, WA, oversees Pete Gross House and has high standards of cleanliness and customer service. We are a member of the Healthcare Hospitality Network.

The Name Behind Pete Gross House

As the "Voice of the Seahawks" (Seattle's football team) for 17 years, Pete Gross was a mainstay in Seattle culture. Drawn by his humorous, fair, fun, and concise announcing style, Seattleites were faithful listeners throughout Pete's career. Pete is best remembered for the love and enthusiasm he held for the Seattle Seahawks, his family, and the community at large.

Pete battled with cancer for years. During his treatment at various cancer specialty centers around the country, Pete and his family were struck by the lack of temporary, affordable housing for cancer patients who were often far away from their homes. They also dreamed of a place that provided a supportive environment of other people who were undergoing similar challenges with cancer.

Pete's family and friends joined with a wide array of local businesses, community leaders, and Fred Hutch to create Pete Gross House as a lasting memorial to this special person. Thanks to the continuing efforts of Pete Gross Council; safe, clean, convenient, and affordable housing for Fred Hutch cancer patients and their caregivers is still a reality.

Generous community support enables Pete Gross House to provide comfortable and supportive living accommodations for cancer patients and families who are not from the Seattle area. Donations also support the Patient and Family Assistance Fund, which provides aid to patients, their families or caregivers who demonstrate a need for financial assistance with certain non-medical expenses, such as transportation, housing and food.

To make a financial contribution, please contact the Fred Hutch Annual Giving department or call 206.667.5242.

Pete Gross