"A mixture of cute homes and rundown apartment buildings"
South Eddy Street, between Corson and Albro Place, has many cute homes and a few shabby apartment buildings that are in need of renovation and updating. The yards are fairly well maintained and the street is very green, with many frontyard gardens to add a splash of color. Roundabouts sit at each intersection, keeping traffic slow. Trees and flowers are planted in the middle of these roundabouts, adding more to the natural beauty of the area. Residents find Georgetown Playground to the north, the Georgetown campus of South Seattle Community College to the southwest and Boeing Field to the east. The area seems to be either an afterthought or a residential neighborhood that industrial grew up all around it. If you don't mind the air traffic noise from Boeing Field, the street has very little traffic, on-street parking for residents, and quick access to I-5, not to mention a 10-minute trip to downtown Seattle.