Foundation House at Northgate - Celebrating our 20th Anniversary

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Retirement Living at its Bestâ„¢

Comfortable, Safe and Secure Seattle Retirement Community at Foundation House at Northgate

When Foundation House at Northgate opened in 1997, it was initially created as a residential Seattle retirement community for former educators, school teachers and administrators. Our family of residents has grown to include wonderful seniors with diverse backgrounds. Regardless of your former profession or assisted living needs you are invited to become a resident at Foundation House at Northgate.

Caring, Friendly Place to Live

Whether you choose independent or assisted living, you'll find your new neighbors at Foundation House at Northgate to be friendly, engaging and interesting.

The staff members at Foundation House at Northgate are among the best in the business. Some of our team members have been with us from the beginning in 1997 because they love working here so much! The longevity of our staff is impressive and speaks volumes about the assisted and independent living care and consistency we provide.

When you become a resident of Foundation House at Northgate you'll know why our residents rave about living here and call it home.

Stable, Professional Organization You Can Depend On

Foundation House at Northgate is a not-for-profit company operated by an independent corporation. The board of directors includes professionals and retired educators with impressive track records. Our Seattle retirement community is financially stable, and here for the long run.

Rest assured that Foundation House at Northgate is professionally managed and staffed with caring and reliable team members that are trained and experienced in helping both assisted and independent living residents. We put our residents first, delivering the personal attention and respect you want and deserve.

Click here to schedule a consultation and a tour of Foundation House at Northgate.

 

Sandy Morgan, Administrator
Sandy Morgan, Administrator


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