Chamber of Commerce

Greater University Chamber of Commerce

Located three miles from downtown Seattle, the “U District” stretches from Ravenna to Portage Bay and from I-5 to Lake Washington. The Greater University Chamber of Commerce is home to the University of Washington and many unique commercial districts. The “Ave”, the Village, and Roosevelt Way are just a few areas that provide residents and visitors with a kaleidoscope of continental shopping and dining opportunities unparalleled anywhere in Greater Seattle. Museums, public art, theaters, sporting events and outdoor happenings abound.U-district-chamber-logo

Mission: To promote economic vitality for the University District of Seattle and provide support services to our members.

Vision: To enhance a healthy business environment in harmony with the unique residential and University communities of the University District of Seattle.

4710 University Way Suite 114,
Seattle WA 98105

North Seattle Chamber of Commerce

Final_NSCC Logo_ColorThe North Seattle Chamber of Commerce (NSCC) was formed from the merging of the Lake City and Northgate Chambers. In a time when neighborhood Chambers were struggling with membership and funding, these two groups knew their presence was still valued and needed by businesses in North Seattle. The Chambers opted to keep moving forward by thoughtfully blending their boards and membership. They began operating under the new name in June 2012. The board of directors now meets at Lake City Community Center.

NSCC offers business owners and representatives networking opportunities at luncheons five times/yr and monthly Business After Hour (BAH) events. Now located at the Lake City Community Center, the Chamber offers meeting spaces where members can hold off site retreats, workshops and company sponsored events.

12531 28th Avenue NE
Seattle, WA 98125

1 Comment

  1. Anna Gustafson

    To Whom It May Concern:

    I was hoping to find out some information about spaces for rent in the University District Area where we could possibly host our day camps.
    We are interested in a space that could seat 12 kids at tables where we could set up laptops. Ideally, this location would be near a park or outside play area, and some parking for parents to pick up their kids. The hours during which we’d need to be in the space would be from 8:30am to 5:30pm.

    Could you please let me know if you have any recommendations or advice on this?

    Thank you so much!

    Lead Teacher
    Creative Coding for Kids


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