University Village1634 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 09:00 pm]
- Address: University Village, 2623 Northeast University Village Street #7, Seattle, WA 98105, United States
- Timings: 09:30 am - 09:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-2065230622
- Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
- Tags: Restaurant, Shopping Center
Massive. Upscale. Open-air. 24 acres. These words do a good job describing the 24 acre lifestyle shopping mall. Built in 1956, the sleek centre has a plethora of boutiques, restaurants, national retailers, gift stores and home-furnishers - about 120 in total, 40 of which are eateries of some sort. The locals from the Laurelhurst, Ravenna and Bryant frequently find themselves spending an entire day here. Three highlights are the world's second oldest Starbucks, the oldest private drug-store in the world, and online retailer Amazon's first official physical storefront.
University Village Travel Tips
- Check out the mall map, directory and event updates on the attraction website.
- Free parking.
How to Reach University Village
- Buses 31, 32, 67, 75, 78 stop NE 45th St & Union Bay Pl NE
- Bues 372 stop 25th Ave NE & NE 47th St
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20.19% of people who visit Seattle include University Village in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
33.33% of people start their University Village visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 4 Hrs to see University Village
68.52% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting University Village
University Village Reviews & Ratings
Extremely friendly and helpful staff. They constantly have free classes for free to use Apple products. Make sure you make an appointment for in store tech support. It’s near impossible to get help as a walk-in.
Very trendy place. I feel younger even walking on the street of this university village. There are art pieces along the street. I am also very grateful for the free umbrella for share.
It use to be good, but not anymore. Too many people with rude staff. They sell computers that don’t work and don’t know how to fix it. Well, cross the street and go to Microsoft store, you will see how it is to be treated well and have good products that actually work.
Don’t expect to make an appointment and be seen on time, I waited 2 hours. The guy who helped me was super nice and fixed my problem quickly after the wait, but why did I schedule an appointment if I still had to wait 2 hours? Then a week later my computer has the same problem, I tried to bring it in first thing in the morning as I was told this would be the only way to guarantee no wait, and I was told there is already a 3 hour wait. The people who work there are nice and all but they need to hire more of the ‘genius’ staff so people don’t have to wait. It’s ridiculous to schedule an appointment and then have to wait 2 hours. Apple, you suck.
The service was exceptionally bad. An associate came out with my I-phone newly repaired to the tune of $169.00. He then sort of showed me how to get set up again while talking to the man to his left. I had to wait three minutes before he would come back to my phone. And then, he asked me if he could help the man on our right for a quick minute. Well, it wasn't a quick minute so finally I grabbed someone off the floor to help me. She was great (Bailey sp?). She knew I was ticked off so she was very helpful. Someone should triple her salary. Long story short, I'll never go back to that store again. Apple needs a swift kick in the hind end.