Directions to PNWF | Seattle
PNWF | Seattle
1101 Madison Street
Seattle, WA 98104
Front Desk Phone: (206) 515-0000 Fax: (206) 515-0001
Andrology Lab Phone: (206) 515-0002 Fax: (206) 515-0003
From South of Seattle
(I-5 north; From SeaTac Airport) Take I-5 north to the Madison Street exit. Turn right onto Madison Street and follow it past Boren Avenue. At the next light, turn right onto Minor then take another right into the parking garage.
From North of Seattle
(I-5 south) Take I-5 south to the James Street exit, staying in the left lane of the exit ramp. Turn left onto James Street and come underneath I-5 proceeding up the hill to Boren Avenue, turn left on to Boren Avenue, and then turn right onto Marion Avenue. The parking garage is on the left.
From the Eastside
Using the 520 or I-90 Floating Bridges From the 520 floating bridge take I-5 South and proceed into downtown Seattle. Follow the "From the North" directions. From the I-90 floating bridge take I-5 North and exit at Madison Street. Follow the "From the South" directions.
We are located in the 1101 Madison Tower with pay parking available in the Marion & Minor Garage, located beneath the building with entrances on both Marion Street and Minor Avenue. The garage is available 24-hours a day, every day. However, the cashier booths are only staffed from 7am-8pm M-F. During these times, the posted parking rates are in effect. When there is no attendant, the cost to exit the garage is $8.00 (Credit Card or exact change only). Street parking is free on Sundays and most holidays
My partner and I went to PNWF because of the positive stance they take on assisting the LGBT community build families. Our primary provider is wonderful. From the get-go, the doctor made us feel comfortable, she took the time to answer all of our questions, and it felt like we were friends talking about fertility treatment, not numbers on a chart. Our doctor, over the course of our treatment, really got to know our personalities too, which was great. I prefer scientific explanations and my partner prefers brief, "give me the short version" explanations. I mention this because the fact that she got to know us in that way really made us feel like she cared about us personally as well as the outcome of our treatment and our family.