Leilani Apartment Homes

Offering flexibility in apartment floor plans, the Leilani Apartment Homes of Seattle usher in a nostalgic tribute to the past. Two distinct Leilani communities come together in appreciation of the local and beloved Leilani Lanes bowling alley. A landmark in the Greenwood neighborhood of Seattle for decades, the former bowling alley now lives on with these apartments.

Reminiscent of the Polynesian kitsch era, Leilani apartments include the secluded Leilani at 107. Choices here start with studios, but you’ll also find more traditional floor plans with one-bedroom apartments for rent. The uniqueness extends to Leilani on Greenwood Ave N. Here, you’ll discover cozy studio apartments, one and two-bedroom plans, as well as some apartments offering a den or study for added space. More flexible designs allow for townhome designs to complement and fit your lifestyle.

Modernized with upscale stainless steel appliances and large windows, some apartments lead to patios and Juliette balconies. The distinct communities also come together with an amenity list including a shaded outdoor pavilion with a fire pit. Secluded Leilani extras include the peacefulness of a cascading water wall, outdoor swimming pool, and deck. You’ll also find a movie theater, fitness room, and lounge. Bringing long-time residents of Seattle a taste of the past, these apartments for rent also offer the advantage of a vibrant neighborhood setting.

This urban neighborhood celebrates its past and future, while remaining close to the delights of the Seattle area. From the Space Needle to trendy Belltown and Capitol Hill, you'll find it all within reach living in these Seattle apartments. Our apartments are also an ideal location for students who will spend time in the nearby University District. Come discover the spacious Leilani units for rent, complete with move-in ready floorplans to fit your lifestyle. Call today for more information on becoming a resident of Weidner Apartment Homes! You'll find our Seattle, Washington apartments where Leilani Lanes once stood.



Qualifying Criteria: https://www.weidner.com/leilani-apartment-homes/qualifying-criteria-seattle1

Qualifying Criteria Seattle1

Weidner Property Management provides rental housing to qualified residents without regard to race, color, sex, religion, handicap, familial status or national origin. All housing is provided within the guidelines established by federal, state, and local laws regulating the multifamily housing industry.

Occupancy Policy

Efficiency/Studio

2 Occupants

1 Bedroom

2 Occupants

1 Bedroom with Den

4 Occupants

2 Bedrooms

4 Occupants

2 Bedrooms with Den

5 Occupants

3 Bedrooms

6 Occupants

NOTE: If the den does not have a closet the maximum occupancy will be one less person.

Application Process and General Requirements

  • Monthly gross income must equal 3 times the monthly rent. If more than one applicant is applying the income will be combined.

  • Any person residing in the apartment that is 18 years of age or older must apply.

  • Each person applying must pay the non-refundable application fee.

  • Photo Identification must be verified by an on-site associate.

  • A complete rental application must be filled out and signed prior to moving in.

  • Renter’s Insurance required at time of move-in. Minimum standard: At least $25k liability limit.

  • Further documentation may be required based on screening result.

  • If the results of the screening are returned as “Conditional”, or “Refer”, applicants must comply with the following income requirements.

Income Requirements

  • 30 days of current pay stubs showing year to date wages.

  • If employed less than 30 days, a signed offer letter on business letter head, with hire date, position, and salary.

  • If self employed, most recent signed tax return.

  • Tips and Commission wages will be considered with a tax return, W-2, or letter on business letter head from employer.

  • A written letter from a certified accountant on business letter head summarizing a annual income.

  • Bank statements showing an available balance equal to the required monthly income requirements over the length of the lease term.

  • Stock, Money market, or trust accounts verifying a liquefiable income. Applicants name must appear as account holder.

  • Government issued proof of income for Military such as an LES.

  • Social Security Verification.

  • Retirement pension account.

  • Disability from a government issued agency.

  • VA Benefits from a government issued agency.

  • Proof of financial education assistance.

  • Court ordered child support allocation.

  • Court ordered alimony or palimony allocation.

Credit Requirements

  • Favorable credit will be required.

  • A credit report is required for all applicants. This report is reviewed by weighing current accounts, delinquent accounts, collection accounts, bankruptcies, liens, judgments, public records, and any other outstanding balances.

  • Medical and Home Foreclosure collections are excluded.

  • Any bankruptcy must be closed and discharged for a minimum of six months and proof of discharge is required.

Other Policies

  • Cosigners/Guarantors will only be considered if recommendation is accepted.

  • Cosigners/Guarantors will be required to make 4 times the monthly rent individually.

Criminal Screening

The resident screening investigation includes a criminal background screening, limited to sex offender registry information only.  All applicants will be screened for registry information.  Weidner Apartment Homes considers the entire application and considers prior convictions reportable under the Fair Credit Reporting Act and rules of Washington, limited to those appearing on a local, state, or national registry only.  Consideration will be given to the following factors relating to the conviction(s) that requires registry on a local, state, or national sex offender registry:

  • The nature and severity of the conviction;
  • The number and types of convictions;
  • The time that has elapsed since the date of conviction;
  • Age of the individual at the time of convictions;
  • Evidence of good resident history before and/or after the conviction occurred; and
  • Any supplemental information related to the individual’s rehabilitation, good conduct, and additional facts or explanations provided by the individual.
The landlord is prohibited from requiring disclosure, asking about, rejecting an applicant, or taking an adverse action based on any arrest record, conviction record, or criminal history, except for registry information as described in subsections 14.09.025.A.3, 14.09.025.A.4, and 14.09.025.A.5, and subject to the exclusions and legal requirements in Section 14.09.115.