Station19

Seattle is home to a new group of heroes

Go beyond Seattle’s explosive food scene, pervasive music culture and deafening sports fandom to discover the next thing to make Seattle one of the hottest cities in the country: ABC’s new drama, Station 19.

Dig into the local spots that fuel this hit drama every Thursday night on ABC.

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Station 19

From the cast

Hear directly from the cast how Seattle plays a starring role in ABC's drama, Station 19.

1

Station 19

2800 15th Avenue

Home to ABC’s newest crew of Seattle-based firefighters.

Visitor Tip:

In reality, the building is Seattle's Fire Station 20. It is located in the Interbay neighborhood, along the west side of Queen Anne.

  • Exterior of a fire station
  • Two uniformed firefighters standing in front of a fire truck
2

Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital

100 4th Ave

The home-base of Grey’s Anatomy and former workplace of Ben Warren, the former anesthesiologist-turned-rookie firefighter at Station 19. Featured in multiple episodes of Station 19, including the initial crossover TV event.

Visitor Tip:

The "hospital" is actually KOMO Plaza, which sits in the shadow of the Space Needle, across from Seattle Center.

  • The exterior of the Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital from Grey's Anatomy -- a white building covered with green glass windows.
3

Memorial to Fallen Firefighters

148 S Main St

An icon centered in Seattle’s Occidental Square, Maya runs around this memorial while Andy is trying to talk to her in the initial episode of Station 19.

Visitor Tip:

The park and memorial statue can be found in Seattle's historic Pioneer Square neighborhood.

  • Two women talking and sitting at a table in Seattle's Occidental Park, near the Memorial to Fallen Firefighters.
  • A woman in Seattle's Occidental Park, running past the Memorial to Fallen Firefighters.
4

Magnolia Neighborhood

2457 43rd Avenue West

Tiffany, the homeowner in the Station 19 pilot episode, resides in this charming Seattle neighborhood.

Visitor Tip:

You can find the house (unharmed by fire) in Seattle's Magnolia neighborhood, just south of Discovery Park.

  • A tree with red leaves, behind which is a cottage house burning down. Smoke fills the air and flames glow in the side window.
  • Firefighters coming out of a cream house with dark red trim. There is a ladder propped against the roof and the firefighters carry hoses.
5

Gas Works Park

2101 N Northlake Way

Ben is seen running in this unique Seattle destination a few times in the series.

Visitor Tip:

GasWorks Park, located on the north shore of Lake Union, was built on the location of a former coal gasification plant. It’s a favorite location for picnics, kite flying and soaking in fireworks on the 4th of July.

6

Alki Beach, Seattle

1702 Alki Ave SW

The boat launch at Alki Beach was the backdrop for a conversation between Ryan and Andy when they're talking on top of his car.

Visitor Tip:

Alki Beach is a 2.5 mile beach located in West Seattle. From here you can enjoy epic views of the Olympic Mountains as well as downtown Seattle.

7

Capitol Hill, Seattle

Capitol Hill Neighborhood

Travis & Maya frequently enjoy nights out in this LGBTQ hub of Seattle.

Visitor Tip:

Just east of downtown, Capitol Hill is home to both a colorful, buzzing urban scene as well as a tree-lined, residential calm.

8

Seattle Central Library

1000 4th Ave

This iconic downtown structure stands out as Ben and Maya frequently run past it in downtown Seattle.

Visitor Tip:

This architectural delight was designed by the famed Rem Koolhaas and has been named to the American Institute of Architects' list of Americans' 150 favorite structures in the US.

9

Lake Union Houseboats

Eastlake Neighborhood

Dean and Jack live in one of these unique communities that helped put Seattle on the map.

Visitor Tip:

The neighborhood of Eastlake is home to Seattle's highest concentration of houseboats. Their architectural styles range from the bohemian-eclectic to exuberant stucco-modern and can be seen up close on tours with Ride the Ducks of Seattle.

10

“Seattle Fire Department” Headquarters

400 S Washington St

This is Ripley, the Fire Chief's main place of work.

Visitor Tip:

In reality, the building is Seattle's Fire Station 10. It is located in Pioneer Square, just down the street from the Memorial to Fallen Firefighters in Occidental Park.

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