Directions to Cherry Hill

Directions to Cherry Hill

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550 17th Avenue, Suite 500
James Tower, 5th Floor
Seattle, WA 98122

New Patients:    (206) 320-2225
Main:                     (206) 320-2800
Fax:                        (206) 320-5250

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Directions

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From the North:

  • Take I-5 southbound to the James Street Exit (165A).
  • Turn left (east) on James Street. James will become Cherry.
  • Turn right on 16th Avenue.
  • The parking garage is on the right.

From the South:

  • Take I-5 northbound to the James Street Exit (164A).
  • Turn right (east) on James Street. James will become Cherry.
  • Turn right on 16th Avenue.
  • The parking garage is on the right.

Parking Information:

Plaza Garage:

 

Campus parking garages are operated by Republic Parking Northwest. The closest parking is in the Plaza Garage. Valet parking is available in this garage from the patient drop-off at the main entrance. Click here for parking rates.

16th Avenue Garage:

 

Campus parking garages are operated by Republic Parking Northwest. This garage has both short and long-term parking. Click here for parking rates.

Disabled Parking:

 

 

The clearance of both the Plaza Garage and 16th Avenue Garage is 6 foot 6 inches. Disabled parking assistance is also available through valet parking. Limited metered parking is available at street level surrounding the campus. For those with disabled parking permits click here to view options for parking in Seattle.

                                     


 

Contact Information

Comprehensive Spine Program at Swedish Neuroscience Institute
550 17th Avenue
Suite 500
Seattle, WA 98122
Phone: New Patients - 206-320-BACK (2225) | Main Clinic - 206-320-2800
Fax: 206-320-5250
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Conditions Treated


Acute Spine Pain
Degenerative Spinal Disorders
Spinal Deformity
Spine Tumors
Spinal Deformity
Spine Tumors
Trauma