After this fourth walk through New Holly, I think I have walked all its streets. Today's 11.3 mile walk took me from I-5 to Martin Luther King Jr Way between Myrtle and Kenyon. The southeastern section of New Holly is still tidy even if not as spacious feeling as the sections to its north and west.
New Holly Market Garden (where, in season, gardeners living in the community market their produce) at the north end of the park.
Harry Thomas Community Center at Lee House
ICHS Holly Park Medical and Dental Clinic, Hope Central Pediatrics Behavioral Health, Union Gospel Mission's Hope Place (housing a youth outreach center and Seattle Urban Academy), a City of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods office, the Othello Halal Market and Cafe, a Safeway and a Bank of America branch.
There were two large vacant lots on MLK Jr Way just south of Othello; the larger had a For Sale sign - I wonder what will be built here at the Othello Light Rail Station.
Samaki Commons built by the Interim Community Development Association. Nearby are the Martin Luther King Jr Apartments. Once again, I admired the Wat Lao Dhammacetiyaram (pictured in a prior post) before heading west towards Beacon Avenue and I-5.
I knew I was out of New Holly, when I started noting overloaded utility poles.
Van Asselt Elementary (now moved to the former African American Academy; I don't know what this 100 year-old building is being used for),
Beacon United Methodist Church (with a sign for Tin-Lanh Giam-Ly Viet-Name Seattle and the attached International Drop-In Center), Aloha Market
Macedonia Baptist Church (next door to S.A. Hair Nails and Spa and the 1 2 3 Market).
Wing Luke Elementary School,