Friday, April 1, 2011

Northwest Bryant

Yesterday, my husband and I returned to the Bryant neighborhood and took a 6.7 mile walk through the northwest portion. We walked most of the streets from NE 65th to NE 77th Street from 35th to 40th Avenue NE, going as far as 44th Avenue in some spots to pick up missed streets. We left a few streets around Concordia Lutheran School for another walk.

This area is the home to quite a few churches and a synagog: Messiah Lutheran, University Unitarian, Bethel Chinese Lutheran and Congregation Beth Shalom.

The Theodora (Volunteers of America affordable housing) is also located here as are the Northeast Branch of the Seattle Public Library, Concordia Lutheran School and Wedgewood Estates, a large, income-restricted apartment complex.

I spotted The Grateful Bread and Top Pot Doughnuts across 35th and hope to review them on another walk.

This area is bounded by PCC, Bryant Playground, View Ridge Playfield and Thornton Creek School.

This area lacks the brick tudor houses of southern Bryant but it is neat and does have sidewalks and curbs; some homes have alley access.

We saw a few people out walking, a number or remodeled homes but not too many homes for sale. We saw a number of lovely gardens.

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