• High availability

  • $30 – $70 per day

  • $200 – $350 per week

  • Subsidized space available

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6520 5th Ave S, Seattle

Listing updated 08/09/20 • Added 12/02/19

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Dimensions 26 x 13 ft.
Square Footage 338 sq. ft.
Ceiling Height 9 ft.
Max Occupancy 20 persons
Accessibility ADA compliant
Accessible parking
Accessible entrance
Accessible restroom
No stairs
Loading zone
Parking Street parking (free)
Lighting Natural lighting
Gallery track
Walls Sheetrocked and Smooth
Flooring Wood floors
Seating Flexible seating
Other Qualities Ventilation
Outdoor area
All windows open easily and wide to create a thorough draft. We share an outdoor deck on the North side of the studio.

Performance, Rehearsal, Exhibition, Studio Art, Meetings / Meetups, Workshops / Classes, Readings


Dance, Theater, Music, Visual Arts, Photography


Mornings are especially calm and beautiful here.

The Space

Coral is a space ideal for individual creative thought and work, especially writing, imagination, solo rehearsal and healing.

At present, I particularly hope to lend space to artists and organizers responding to Covid-19 or police brutality. If you think this could fill a need for you, please contact me.

One person uses the studio at a time with enough pause between visits to allow for a hygienic and calming reset.

It is a private room with windows on three sides (all of which open and have blinds), heating, walnut floor and trim, and adjustable lighting. It also holds vintage couches, a low table repurposed from nearby industry and a mid-century desk and chairs. Just past the inner door is an ADA accessible WC. In front grow strawberries, raspberries, black currants, a magnolia tree, and decorative grasses.

Coral is a personal space for planning and creative thought which I share with people I trust.

This space is suitable for:


- music lessons

- individual and ensemble music rehearsal (e.g. string or vocal quartet)

- solo or small group choreography

- open reflection


- creative writing

- grant writing/office

- unstructured time


- art shows

- criticism/feedback

- intimate sound/movement performances


- individual or small group yoga or other movement practice

- structural alignment

- energy healing

I hope to share the space with practitioners and artists who are respectful of others and leave an environment more clean and alive than they find it. It is also important to me that guests are willing contribute to the larger community.

The studio is accessible by the 131/132 bus lines, or from the 60 or 124 buses with a moderate walk. There is limited parking during the day, but plenty of space within two blocks, and also abundant parking in the evening.

Coral is part of Equinox Studios, where dozens of fine artists and artisans work daily in media ranging from oil paints to glass, to wood and metalwork.

Please contact with questions, or to arrange a visit.





watercolor by @tessablackham

work in second image created and photographed by @taylor_hanigosky

Daily Rental

$30 – $70 per day

In the interest of supporting individual working artists, you may be able to reserve Coral for your own use, alone, for up to an entire day for $30. From most others I ask $70, though please check with me if that is problematic.

Larger groups might need special consideration or requirements.

Weekly Rental

$200 – $350 per week

If you have a project to work on and you need to leave things in the space, please contact me to see whether it could work.

Subsidized space available (free)
Please describe your idea or organization, and what the space could mean to you. We can talk and come up with something together.

Rental Requirements

Leave the space clean and more alive than when you entered.

The Basics
Utilities included
Private bathrooms
Wireless Internet
Wired Internet
Utility / work sink
Tables and chairs

6520 5th Ave S, Seattle

The Building

Coral is one of the many jewels of Equinox Studios, where dozens of fine artists work daily in media running from oil paints to glass, wood and metal.

Working near so many artists is one of the benefits of using the space. One can walk down the hall to repair or fabricate a part, or just to observe people working in different media. Artists commonly invite one another to shows and talk with each other in passing.

Equinox operates a shuttle between several South Seattle studios and galleries on Art Attack nights (every 2nd Saturday throughout Georgetown), including Coral.

Kitchens such as Harried and Hungry, Pho Ha, and Katsu Burger are each within one block, and we are close to a couple gas stations as well. We are about a ten-minute walk from Georgetown proper.

Coral is in the former front office of McKinnon Furniture, which owned our immense, concrete warehouse until about 2015. They reputedly planed and lay our walnut floor late one night after some post-work beers a few years ago.


Available by appointment all hours.


Free street parking


Caretaker nearby 24/7

Listing updated 08/09/20 • Added 12/02/19

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