Aegis Living Ballard
A Home with Heart on Market Street
Opening february 2024
Aegis Living redefines senior living with our new community in the hub of Ballard—one of the hippest neighborhoods in Seattle. Our warm and welcoming community will reflect the cozy small-town feel of this unique neighborhood and seamlessly blend with a distinctly northwest style and a nod to its Nordic heritage.
Aegis Living Ballard will offer 68 well-appointed assisted living apartments for seniors who need a little assistance and 24 memory care apartments for your family members who need specially trained dementia care. We look forward to caring for our senior residents who can continue to live in this diverse neighborhood that they know and love.
Amenities & Services
Aegis Living Ballard. Designed to be the center of social activities. With many inviting common spaces throughout, families can dine, connect and relax.
Residents and family members. Take advantage of all that the community offers, from dining options in the main dining room,
Enriching lifestyle you deserve with the compassionate care you need.
Aegis Living embraces innovation and creativity to provide the highest level of care, comfort and service to our residents.
Notice the difference. Designer touches transform expectations..
Welcome your family and friends with a sense of grandeur for happy visits.
Personalize your apartment with favorite accents and create your cozy home.
“We could not be happier with the staff, activities, care and all around cleanliness and upkeep of this remarkable place. We couldn’t have made a better choice for her.”– Darlene
Welcome to Our Neighborhood
949 NW Market Street, seattle, WA 98107
Once a Scandinavian fishing and railroad town, Ballard is the second-largest city within King County. From Old Ballard to Fisherman’s Terminal and nestled against Shilshole Bay, Seattle’s trendy neighborhood is filled with wonderful shops, restaurants, parks, and breweries.
- Ballard Market
- Gilman Playground
- The Walrus and the Carpenter
- Trader Joe’s
- Old Ballard
- Ballard Bridge
- Salmon Bay
- National Nordic Museum
- Seattle Public Library
- Woodland Park