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Granite Park Place Condos Update in Pasadena

Granite Park along San Pasqual St.

Granite Park along San Pasqual St.

The Van Tilburg, Banvard & Soderbergh-designed Granite Park has made some exterior visual progress since I last walked by several weeks ago. At 71 units, the developer states that “no two residences are alike.” Also interesting from a community standpoint is that Granite Park will apparently provide lush landscaping throughout the perimeter of the complex, making the area around it look nicer, which benefits everyone, and for the residents as well. In addition, Granite Dr. will be completely upgraded according to a construction notice I saw taped on the window of the former Madres restaurant.

From their website:

Granite Park Place is enveloped by exterior landscaping around its perimeter. Landscaping extends out from the property to cover one full lane on San Pasqual Street and newly planted trees line the entry on Granite Drive. It’s an enclave nestled among lush gardens and landscaping.

The perimeter of Granite Park, including San Pasqual St., will be landscaped very nicely when the project is completed

The perimeter of Granite Park, including San Pasqual St., will be landscaped very nicely when the project is completed

The main entrance to Granite Park will be from Granite Dr.

The main entrance to Granite Park will be from Granite Dr.

A Notice of Construction informs the public that major upgrades are in store for Granite Dr.

A Notice of Construction informs the public that major upgrades are in store for Granite Dr.

Granite Dr. will be upgraded extensively to complement the new Granite Park condos

Granite Dr. will be upgraded extensively to complement the new Granite Park condos