Inspired by location, entertainment, shimmering water, and city views—Lake Union Piers is a one‑of‑a‑kind Seattle experience
Renovation and renewed vitality are underway at this historic and dynamic destination on the shores of Lake Union
With histories as diverse as lumber mills and plane building, this prime lakefront area has undergone a tremendous renaissance over the years.
Lake Union Piers, formerly known as Chandler’s Cove and H.C. Henry Pier, now claims its rightful place as South Lake Union’s entertainment hub along the lakefront.
Modern terraced seating, shoreline plantings, and outdoor patios make the most of sweeping views, leisurely strolling, and lakefront relaxation.
Enjoy the sights and sounds of the lakefront at this central plaza, where destination retail, local eateries, and South Lake Union mixes and mingles.
Meander at the water’s edge or arrive dockside along this promenade lined with shoreline trees, prime lake view seating, and expansive storefront patios.
Modern storefronts and renovated patios open onto spacious outdoor walkways highlighting western views of the lake and city skyline.
Arrival and departure zones prioritize ease of access with directional signage, wider lanes of travel, ADA access, and plentiful on-site parking options.
Boating and watercraft arrivals enjoy additional visitor moorage at the western Pier and waterside Promenade for easy access to dining and shops.
Improved connections from arrival points to the water's edge are complemented by modern lighting, thoughtfully placed trees, and abundant shoreline plantings to evoke a more park‑like setting.
Where South Lake Union meets the water—a welcome setting for all to gather, shop, eat, and repeat