Official Michael Fomkin Blog

  • 05:34:47 am on January 14, 2007 | 0

    EIGHT years ago one of the few open parcels of land in downtown Seattle was a desolate brownfield bordering the Puget Sound waterfront and ringed by the city’s skyline. The eight-and-a-half acre property, a former fuel storage and transfer site for Union Oil of California, was in the final stages of an environmental cleanup and was sliced by a major street artery and an active railroad.

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    Tags: Sculpture Park | Waterfront | skyline | Site | Series | downtown | Seattle | Place | Olympic | Michael Fomkin | California

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