Getting to Gage

By Car:

Gage Academy of the Arts is located at 1501 10th Ave E Seattle, WA 98102.

From I-5 North:

Take exit 168A for Boylston Ave toward Roanoke Street. Merge onto Boylston Ave. Take a left on Roanoke Street. Take a right on 10th Ave E. Gage will be on your right, in the St. Nicholas building next to St. Mark’s Cathedral.

From I-5 South:

Take 168A for Lakeview Blvd. Take a left on Lakeview Blvd E. Take a right on Harvard Ave E. Take a right on E Boston St. Take a right at the second cross-street onto 10th Ave E. Gage will be on your right, in the St. Nicholas building next to St. Mark’s Cathedral.

Parking

Gage Capitol Hill has eight designated parking spaces outside the building and three handicap spaces. Free, unrestricted parking is also available on 10th Avenue and free four hour parking to the south and southwest of Gage Capitol Hill. 

St. Mark’s Cathedral “paid parking zone” effective June 25th:

Those wishing to park on campus for non-cathedral purposes must use the lower south lot and pay for parking using the Passport Parking app (request zone #1989). The parking rate is $1.50/hour (total with taxes and fees amounts to $2.18/hour). The “paid parking zone” at St. Mark’s Cathedral will be monitored frequently, 9 a.m.–10 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and those vehicles not authorized by payment through Passport parking risk being towed.

On occasions when Cathedral events warrant open parking (e.g. large funerals and weddings, workshops, diocesan events, etc.) Cathedral will erect signage noting that, and parking will be open across campus for participants in that event, with no payment or permits required.

Public Transit

The 49 — an affordable, hassle-free option — stops and picks up at our doorstep. The 49 travels through the U-District into downtown and meets transfers outside the University of Washington and downtown. Please check your bus schedule to see if the 49 has a stop or connection near you or refer to the Metro 49 website.

The 9 and the 60 also have stop nearby.

Capitol Hill does have a light rail station, which is about one mile south of Gage. You can access the 49 from the stop or take a Lyft or Uber from the station to the school.

Ride Sharing Apps

We also researched ride sharing applications and how to best use them to reach our school. Lyft and Uber were the most affordable, and we’re researching a new app called “Scoop” that’s incredibly affordable.

Here’s a great instructional on how to sign up for Lyft. Gage has a nonprofit partnership with Lyft, which means you can sign up with this link and receive a $5 discount toward your first ride.

Once you access the application on your mobile, you simply type in the address you wish to reach and make sure that the address that they are attempting to pick you up at matches your location. 

After you order a ride, Lyft will provide you with details to identify the car make and model, as well as the license plate. Most cars will have the pink Lyft logo on their windshield or bumper as well, so that’s another way to identify that you are approaching the correct car. 

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