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Catholic Community Services - Chancery Place Apartments

100 23rd Ave. S
Seattle, WA 98144
206-343-9415




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Catholic Community Services of Western Washington: 206-328-5696 Chancery Place Apartments provides permanent housing for seniors and disabled individuals at 30% median income who are able to live independently. The Apartments consists of 84 units. For more information contact Chancery Place Apartments, Catholic Community Services or visit the Catholic Community Services website.
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