Seattle, WA

Colman Building
811 1st Avenue, Suite 500
Seattle, WA 98104
Amalia Leighton Cody, P.E., AICP, Regional Office Director

General Directions

The office is at 811 1st Avenue, a six story, historic building located in the heart of the City at the convergence of Seattle’s Central Business District and Pioneer Square Neighborhood. The office is on the 4th floor, Suite 500. The office is within blocks of the Seattle Public Market, Art Museum, Public Library, and waterfront. If you have any trouble locating the office, please call 206.297.1601 for assistance.

By Bike

The Seattle office is easily accessible by bike via a southbound bike lane on 2nd Avenue and a northbound bike lane on 4th Avenue. To select a route to our office, use the Seattle Bicycling Guide Map or call us for assistance. To request a map or to view it on-line, go to A bike rack is present in front of the building. Please call ahead for secure bike parking options.

By Transit

Toole Design Group’s Seattle office is easily accessible via King County Metro bus. Most buses in the downtown travel north/south along the numbered streets (1st, 2nd, 3rd etc.). In all cases, get off between Marion and Columbia Streets and go west (downhill) to 1st Avenue. Our office is on the west side of 1st Avenue with the main entrance in the middle of the block. For bus route maps and time tables, visit the Metro web site. The office is also accessible from the Sea Tac Airport via Sound Transit light rail. Get off at the Pioneer Square Station which is at the corner of 3rd and James. Proceed two blocks north to Columbia, two blocks west to 1st Avenue, and then ½ block north to 811 1st Avenue. For light rail maps and time tables, visit Sound Transit’s web site.

Driving Directions

Take I-5 to the James Street Exit. Proceed west (downhill) on James until it meets Yesler Way. Turn right onto Yesler, proceed ½ block and then turn right (north) onto 1st Avenue. Proceed north 2 ½ blocks to 811 1st Avenue.

There are several parking garages on 1st Avenue, between Yesler Way and Madison Street that have public parking. There is also very limited off-peak, on-street parking in the vicinity of the office. Parking Pay Stations accept coins, debit or credit cards.