J John Hoy DPM PS
Medical Dental Building
509 Olive Way, Suite 1125
Seattle, Washington 98101
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm
Phone or Text: 206-682-8741
Secure and Private Office E-mail:
Dr. J. John Hoy: DrHoy@Seattlefeet.com
Ava Haroldson: Ava@Seattlefeet.com
Billing Dept: 425-247-3534 or Billing@Seattlefeet.com
We serve the Greater Seattle and Eastside communities, and are conveniently located in the heart of Downtown Seattle in the historic Medical Dental Building.
The building is located across McGraw Square Plaza and Bank of America from the Westin Hotel, adjacent to the Nordstrom flagship store, between Westlake Center and Pacific Place Mall on Olive Way.
We are on the 11th floor. Please take a bank of elevators on your right upon entering the building, then keep left after exiting the elevator.
Please note that during the COVID-19 pandemic, street parking is discounted in Downtown Seattle, as is public transportation, and the Medical Dental Building parking garage is closed. Sorry, we do not validate parking. Thank you.
Driving Directions: Please use Google Map above.
From the North (I-5, 520):
I-5 South, Exit 165B (Union Street), straight on Union, right on 6th Ave, pass Pine Street/Nordstrom, building is to the left, entrance on Olive Way. Please click for parking options.
From the South (I-5, I-90):
I-5 North, Exit 164A (Madison Street), turn left on Madison, right on 6th Ave, pass Pine Street/Nordstrom, building is to the left, entrance on Olive Way. Please click for parking options.
The drop off place is on Olive Way in front of Bartell’s, which is a passenger loading/unload only zone. Do not drop off or pick up patients in front of the building, as it is an unforgiving bus zone.
By Public Transportation:
We are a block away from the Westlake/Seattle Light Rail Station. Most Downtown Seattle routes stop within short walking distance of the office. You may take the Link Light Rail, any bus route that serves the Downtown retail area.
Our office is accessible by elevator and there are no stairs in the suite. The width of the treatment room door here in the Medical Dental Building, built in 1925, is 29 inches.
“Dr. Hoy’s work is professional and really first rate.” -David S.