Next public city review set for Alki Homestead renovation proposal

March 28, 2011 at 3:23 pm | In Alki Homestead, West Seattle history, West Seattle news | 2 Comments

The architects who are working on the plan to renovate the Alki Homestead, closed since an electrical fire in January 2009, will return to the city Landmark Preservation Board‘s Architectural Review Committee this Friday morning. It’ll be the third time they appear before the committee, which doesn’t vote, but rather advises applicants on their project before they get to a vote of the full board – whose approval is required for an official city landmark to proceed with renovations/modifications. The meeting is open to the public and is scheduled for 9:30 am this Friday at the Municipal Tower downtown; here’s our report on the first review in January, and the second review last month. The proposal seeks to renovate the historic Fir Lodge as a restaurant, with banquet facilities, and an added structure to its rear (west side) that would house the kitchen among other things.

2 Comments

  1. anyone else having fried chicken withdrwals?

    Comment by Paul — 11:58 pm March 28, 2011 #

  2. Yep! and along with fried chicken withdrawals, I’m missing those delicious Manhattens

    Comment by Carle Trotter — 12:38 pm March 29, 2011 #

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