"A short little commercial street with interstate access"
South Bailey Street is an extension of Michigan Street after the interstate exchange. A few cute and very green residential streets branch off of Bailey to the south, and the road ends at the north end of Boeing Field. A mostly industrial street, you can also find a misplaced church and a few fast food establishments along the way. The street is mostly used as an alternate access road from the SODO/Georgetown area to Beacon Hill. Not very pedestrian-friendly, cars tend to speed along the road and the curves make it a less-than-desireable place to find yourself walking. The street doesn't provide on-street parking, but if you have business in the area, most of the businesses have parking lots. Residents close to South Bailey Street can find the Georgetown Playground, with a soccer field and large play area for children, the Georgetown campus of South Seattle Community College, and Boeing Field.