Yesterday, I walked 8.3 miles around downtown and along the north/south streets from Mercer to Olive between I-5 and Harvard.
I saw performance art at Westlake Mall,
The western portion of this neighborhood has lots of large apartments and condos but the eastern portion has tree-lined streets.
and there are corner stores scattered throughout the rest of the area.
This area is home to Tashkent
and Summit Slope (with its thriving P-Patch) Parks
Capitol Hill branch of the Seattle Public Library.
It borders on Cornish College of the Arts, the Harvard Exit Theater and shops and restaurants pictured in a prior post.
I spotted a mural on the side of an art gallery by a coffee shop and, even though I had to cut my work short before I could walk the east/west streets, it was another great Seattle walk.