"Short street in Seattle's industrial district"
South Lucile Street is a pretty common thoroughfare for trucks and industrial transporation. Crossing a few main arterial roads that lead to the Seattle stadiums, South Lucile Street is frequently used to provide an alternative route when 1st Ave. South or 4th Ave. South get too congested. Otherwise, there is very little traffic and usually an abundance of on-street parking. The area isn't the best to live; it's fairly dirty and loud due to the industrial nature of the businesses, though it does offer some family restaurants, pubs and a specialty shop or two along 1st and 4th Aves. The business are typical of the area, with a printer, rubber shop and equipment rental store, but the attraction for shoppers is the garden statue store on the corner of Lucile and 4th Ave. S. Taking up nearly 1/4 of the block with so many very cool stone statues, birdbaths and other fun garden stuff, it's a pretty neat place to walk through. You never know what you may find.