Ivy is perfectly situated for wherever you want to go, however you want to get there!
For those looking for a more leisurely stroll, or just running out for a few errands, there are no wheels necessary and plenty of places to get on foot! Nearby Ballard is full of attractions that are easy to walk to. You can walk across the iconic Ballard Drawbridge or stroll through Magnolia and walk across the water at the popular Ballard locks (also known as the Hiran M. Chittenden Locks). You’ll get a terrific vantage point of some of Seattle’s most interesting boats and you can check out the fish ladders while you’re at it. Or just stay right in your Interbay corridor and grab pizza from Pagliacci, a burger at Red Mill, or snag your groceries up the street at QFC.
Getting around (or out of!) the city is easy with multiple transportation options right outside Ivy’s front door. Interbay is located at the heart of many major bus routes so you just need to choose a direction you want to go!
If your preferred method of zipping around is public transit, we’ve got you covered! King County Metro has a direct route both north and south, the RapidRide D Line stops just steps away from Ivy. With free WiFi offered on all routes, you can start your day early or finish up work on the way home. Bus lines provide quick access to area employers such as Expedia (21 mins), Google (10 mins), Facebook (26 mins), Tableau (11 mins), and more! Plus, we’re looking forward to the proposed Interbay light rail station that will be right across the street from Ivy (coming in 2027)! Plan your trip throughout the city or across town.