Bush Kornfeld LLP

We are located in the Two Union Square Building in downtown Seattle.

Bush Kornfeld LLP
601 Union Street, Suite 5000
Seattle, Washington 98101

Phone: 206 292-2110
Fax: 206 292-2104

Driving Directions
Southbound I-5 / Northbound I-5 / Google Map

  • Take the Union Street exit (Exit 165B)
  • The first left you are able to take will take you underneath our building (Two Union Square). As you drive underneath the building, there is a parking garage to your right just as you pass the passenger drop-off area.
  • We are located on the 50th Floor of Two Union Square (601 Union Street)
  • Take the Seneca Street exit (Exit 165)
  • Take the first right onto 6th Avenue
  • At this point you can take a right-hand turn at the first intersection you come to (University Street) but DO NOT MOVE INTO THE CURB (or far-right) LANE -- beware -- if you are in the curb lane, a sharp right will put you back onto the freeway going north; you need to make a wide right-hand turn (parallel with the One Union Square Office Building); to do this, you will go past the cement divider that splits the freeway entrance from the road that goes under the building. This street leads underneath the building and the parking garage is to your left just as you begin to drive underneath the building.) IF YOU MISS THIS PREVIOUS TURN; PROCEED AS FOLLOWS:
  • Go thru two intersections (University & Union) and take a right at the third intersection (Pike)
  • Go one block to 7th Ave. & take a right
  • Go straight through the next intersection (Union) which will lead underneath our building. There is a parking garage to your right just as you pass the passenger drop-off area.
  • We are located on the 50th Floor of Two Union Square (601 Union Street)
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