What are the recommended housing options while training at Driveline?
At Driveline, we prefer to give athletes the freedom and flexibility to choose the housing option that fits their needs best. As a result, Driveline does not explicitly arrange housing for any incoming or prospective athletes. Instead, we provide local recommendations through our preferred housing list that is provided in the space below. Scrolling through the list, you will find a variety of options that fit the needs of both the individual athlete and the entire family. While an athlete is not required to live at one of the offerings below, most incoming athletes do arrange housing through one of the options listed. Let us know if you have any questions!
*Best Option for Families*
*- *TownePlace Suites by Marriott Seattle Southcenter
*This location includes a bed, a pullout couch so you could split it with someone, a kitchenette, full sized refrigerator, complimentary hot buffet and continental breakfast every morning, and an evening reception on Wednesday night. Guests have access to on-site laundry, a fitness
Best Option for Individual Athletes
1) Private Room or Shared Room in Shared Home: 23605 156th Ave. SE Kent, WA 98042
Description: Rooms starting at $25 per night. Each room has its own locking door with access to a personal fridge and use of the large kitchen. The house has 5 bathrooms, so there is never a wait. The shared kitchen can hold 25 people and we have full cable on the big screen in the living room. The home sits on 2 acres and is 8.5 miles from Driveline.
Contact info: Kathy Evey, 503-267-6797, firstname.lastname@example.org
2) Description: Jordan Nelson at Home2 Suites by Hilton is offering group rates for athletes. He should be able to provide you with reasonable options with other athletes. Give him a call at 206-623-7300 to talk about what he can offer.
*Bus 150 has a stop within walking distance
This person's information will be asked for on the form, so please fill out his information but please DO NOT contact him directly about UW housing.
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2) Seattle University Guest Housing: Good option for guys staying ~1 week
He has a variety of furnished homes/rooms designed/designated for the
Transportation will also be an added option (for additional cost). The shuttle van will do daily pick up & drop offs to & from the facility, along with trips to the grocery store once a week on the designated off day.
All locations range from 8-20miles away from the facility. Please call Alex for specific details regarding city info, traffic, and the
What is included?
- Queen & Twin beds
- Shared common areas
- Multiple Fridges
Who are my potential roommates?
- Driveline Trainees
- Driveline employees
- Local Minor League Players
What do I need to bring?
Monthly Summer Pricing
(For specific details please call Alex)
Shared Rooms - Shared Bath
- High $32 per night
- Avg $25 per night
- Low $15 per night
Private Rooms - Shared Bath
- High $60 per night
- Avg $40 per night
- Low $28 per night
Private Rooms + Private Bath
- High $67 per night
- Avg $50 per night
- Low $40 per night
Entire House/Unit - Call for pricing
Final pricing will depend on the duration of stay & also on payment packaging option selected. Please call Alex for specific details.
All payments for housing will go directly through Alex Casillas. There will be no security deposits nor applications required. Basic house
Monthly Shuttle Pricing
- High $20 a day
- Avg $10 a day
- Low $7 a day
Pricing dependent on duration of stay.
Uber Pool - $1.10 per mile & or $0.20per min
- Must be 22-25yrs of age
- Monthly Cost $600-$1000
- Avg 500-1500 miles per month
- Gas $2.79-$3.15 per gal est cost $100-350 per month
- Estimated wear & tear cost for leased cars = $0.15-$0.25 cents per mile
Alex will be hiring shuttle drivers and live in
- 22+ yrs of age
- clean driving record
- drivers insurance
- 6+ month gap year trainees