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New Holly 29 Ave Garden

The 29th St Garden is part of the New Holly Redevelopment.  Holly Park, a Seattle Housing Authority community, was demolished and rebuilt as a mixed income community.   The hope was that the community gardens would reflect the make-up of the population at New Holly.  Some gardeners are homeowners and some gardeners live in low-income rental housing.  This small garden surrounded by a bamboo fence is located at the West End of New Holly.  The gardeners are Southeast Asian and East African immigrants, Chinese American, and White American.  



29th Ave S / S Brighton St


Size: 2000 square feet
Established: 2001
Number of plots: 9
Plot Size: 100 sq'
Average wait: less than 1 year
Ownership of land: Seattle Housing Authority


Seattle Housing Authority Residents Given Priority

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