University Village gift cards make great gifts because they are redeemable at any store or restaurant in the Village.
For phone orders or questions, please contact the University Village management office at 206-523-0622; Monday – Friday, 8:30 am to 5 pm.
Free Customer Parking
University Village has two, 800-stall parking garages which are accessible from the 25th Avenue NE entrances. One garage is located to the North, behind Crate and Barrel and the second is located to the South, next to JOEY Kitchen.
From 520: Take the Montlake exit and follow Montlake Boulevard going north past Husky Stadium. Then veer left onto 25th Avenue NE and University Village will be on the right.
From I-5: Take the NE 45th Street exit and head east. Continue along 45th past the University of Washington. At the bottom of the hill take the first right and loop around to 25th Avenue NE. University Village will be on the right.
Common Area Guidelines
University Village is private property; entry and travel is by permission and revocable at any time.
No soliciting of any kind is permitted. This includes passing out leaflets, selling goods or services, collecting donation or any other activity that has not been approved in writing by the University Village Management Office.
University Village Security maintains a Lost and Found on-site. If you have a lost and found item to turn-in or claim, please contact Security at 206-571-4362.
University Village regularly partners with non-profit entities to raise funds and awareness for causes. If you would like to be considered for such a partnership, please contact U Village at 206-523-0622 or at email@example.com.
University Village regularly reviews requests for other special events. To submit a proposal for a special event, please contact the University Village Management Office at 206-523-0622 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
University Village parking lots are for customer use while shopping only. Violators may be ticketed and/or towed.
The following activities are not allowed:
- Disruptive or threatening behavior of any kind
- Sleeping or loitering on property
- Violation of verbal or written trespass warnings
- Possession or consumption of illegal substances in any quantity
- Use of obscene language or gestures
- Use of skateboards, rollerblades or bicycles on pedestrian walkways
- Parking motor vehicles of any kind outside of marked parking areas
- Overnight parking or parking a vehicle and leaving the property
- Any act defined by federal, state or local codes and ordinances that may constitute a crime