South Seattle has so much to explore, and one can learn about Asian history from the location. One can start from the Promenade 23 Shopping Center, and on the north side, there is a Starbucks that opened in 1997.
You can move to the South Side, and one can find that there is a massive apartment of Seattle's third famous Billionaire. Earlier, it was the site for small businesses owned by black Americans and East African immigrants. It had a Red Apple supermarket that played the best soul music for its black shoppers.
On the south side of the street, there is a building with postmodern architecture. You can walk down the street and reach the Paname Hotel. Panama Hotel is on the ground floor of the five-story brick building. The wood is warm, and the brick wall has lights hanging from the ceiling.