A mural of Jimi Hendrix, the groundbreaking Seattle-born music innovator, decorates a utility fixture. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

A mural of Jimi Hendrix, the groundbreaking Seattle-born music innovator, decorates a utility fixture. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Jimi’s Park: A tranquil place in the bustling city

A 2½-acre green space is dedicated to the Seattle-born music immortal.

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