Directions & Map
How to Get to Seattle Unity
Seattle Unity Church
200 Eighth Ave. N.
Seattle, WA. 98109
Phone: (206) 622-8475
South Lake Union area is among Seattle’s highest volume traffic areas. If you are able to use transit we strongly encourage you to do so. Also the bike lanes on nearby Dexter Ave are among the city’s best bike lanes. We do have a bike rake in front of the church.
Directions by Car:
From I-5 North or South, take the Mercer St. Exit. Get into the left lane coming off the exit and turn left at the light onto Fairview. Turn right at Thomas Street, proceed west to 8th Ave N. and turn left. Seattle Unity will be at the end of the block on the left where 8th Ave N “Ts” at John Street. We are on the north side of John Street across from Denny Park.
Paid parking is available on the north side of our building Monday – Saturday until 6:00 pm. For church events parking is free evenings and Sundays. Street parking is usually very available after business hours, and is free after 6 pm.
Two parking lots are within immediate walking distance-either one block north or two blocks east.
On Saturdays, Vulcan now offers $2.00 parking at 4 lots. Here’s some more details about that.
Seattle Unity is quite accessible by Metro bus service.
From Downtown or West Seattle the Rapid Ride C line stops at Denny Way and Westlake.
Coming from the Central District and Capitol Hill the #8 line stops at Denny Way and Westlake.
Coming from the North, the Rapid Ride E line from Aurora Village stops at Aurora Avenue North and Denny Way with a short walk to the church.
There are additional bus routes in the area call Metro Rider Information at 206-553-3000 for connecting bus information from your location, or go to the helpful Metro websiteTrip Planner.
Light Rail is a short ride on the South Lake Union Streetcar or a 5 to 10 minute walk from Seattle Unity. From the Light Rail station at Westlake, catch the streetcar at 5th and Westlake, to walk head north on Westlake to John st and then two blocks west to 8th Ave. N and John.
If you’re interested in picking up coffee or tea nearby, here’s a map
And, for some of the restaurants nearby, here’s a map