Once a shining respite along the main north-south drive through Puget Sound, the former Bailey Motor Inn and Bailey’s Restaurant site along Martin Way in Olympia has been reduced to broken concrete and graffiti. A seven-story apartment tower is now proposed for the site.
Once a shining respite along the main north-south drive through Puget Sound, the former Bailey Motor Inn and Bailey’s Restaurant site along Martin Way in Olympia has been reduced to broken concrete and graffiti. A seven-story apartment tower is now proposed for the site. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com
Once a shining respite along the main north-south drive through Puget Sound, the former Bailey Motor Inn and Bailey’s Restaurant site along Martin Way in Olympia has been reduced to broken concrete and graffiti. A seven-story apartment tower is now proposed for the site. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com

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