Alki Statue of Liberty Project
By Ryland Taniguchi
(The Ryco Group Keller Williams)
The Statue of Liberty Project, designed pro bono by Matt Hutchins of CAST Architecture and Chris Ezzel of E Worshop, stands with rays radiating from the center towards a Nautilus brick pattern. The statue stands at eight and a half feet and is 1/18th the size of the original Lady LIberty. The Alki community contributed $75,505.00 for the purchase of engraved bricks and bronze plaques to set-up the Alki Statue of Liberty Plaza. The project now owned by the Seattle Parks and Recreation included engraving of the bricks and the casting of the plaques. The Seattle Parks and Recreation pays for conservation and restoration. On September 11, 2012, the Log House Museum created a place of remembrance and Alki Statue of Liberty Plaza. Many people met to grieve, remember, commiserate, pray an...