Today's 6.9 mile walk in the area between Yesler and I-90 from Rainier to 20th was full of surprises.
or is in the planning stage.
Wisteria View Manor (HUD subsidized),
Artspace Hiawatha Lofts (city, state and various other funders) with shops on the ground floor,
Aridell Mitchell Home (Goodwill sponsored),
Kawabe Memorial House (The Seattle Foundation)
Aerospace Machinist Industrial District 751."
I was almost surprised to come across Legacy at Pratt Park (with the Wonder Bread sign on top) which appears to be market rate, for-profit housing.
This apartment house is on Pratt Park with its basketball courts and P-Patch.
This hilly area abuts I-90 and I spotted a sculpture in the buffering park. Darigold offices (pictured in a prior post) are just north of this park.
Pratt Fine Arts Center, St. Mary's Church, Gidden School, Franz Bakery Outlet, Martin Luther King Jr. Day Home Center (all pictured in prior posts), San Fernando Roasted Chicken Peruvian Food, Cascade Oil Company, Bailey Gatzert Elementary School,
Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center
Seattle Farm Co-op,
Chau Viet Nam Temple,
Saint Peter's Episcopal Parish,
Original Field Roast Grain Meat Company with its colorful mural,
Japanese Congregational Church, IBEW Local 77, Community Capital Development, 1-World LLC, Washington Medical Clinic,
Fulgencio Lazo Studio with colorful artwork in the windows,
Konko Church of Seattle,
Shingon USA Seattle Koyasan Buddhist Temple (which is planning an addition), Seattle Dojo,
Seattle Buddhist Church
across the street from a lovely private park,
Seattle Japanese Language School, the Japanese Cultural Community Center,
Jewelbox (a cute little Japanese resale shop open Thurs/Fi/Sat 10-3),
Jehovah's Witnesses Kingdom Hall,
Antioch Missionary Baptist Church
Gran Oriente Filipino and VFW Seattle Post 6599 and the Ladies Auxiliary.
Along the way, I noted artwork outside the Artspace Lofts,
West Coast Printing building, trolly tracks being laid,