[AES Pacific NW Section - Seatle USA]
Around the Seattle area, Washington, U.S.A.
The Ned and Kayla Skinner Theater is located within the Raisbeck Performance Hall. The Hall is located near the intersection of Boren and Denny in Seattle. The Seattle Times is nearby, as is the Thirteen Coins restaurant.
2015 Boren Avenue
Seattle, WA 98121
Parking: Parking is at a premium. There is a free lot immediately to the left of the theater that has space for about 15 cars. There is another Cornish lot you may park in for free on the corner of Lenora and Boren, (see detail views).  Both are First Come First Served. There are other pay lots in the vicinity (across Virginia St.), and some street parking as well. You could also park in the lot across from Thirteen Coins, go have dinner there, and get a parking token from them, which will subsequently open the gate after you've gone to the meeting.

From the North or South
  • Take the Mercer Street exit from I5
  • At the foot of the ramp, go left onto Fairview
  • Continue South on Fairview, eventually crossing Denny Way. (about 6 blocks)
  • At the next light, cross Boren, bearing slightly right onto Virginia — if you look to your right, you will see the theatre (Red, Norwegian architecture).
  • Turn right into the first alley on Virginia.
  • The theatre is on your right, just past the first building on the alley.
  • If that lot is full, continue straight down the alley and park in the last lot on the right.
  • DO NOT PARK in either of the two lots immediately to the west of the theater.
  • See detailed views. 
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.p .lm 05/10/2013