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Granite Park Place Luxury Condos Completed in Pasadena

The front entrance for Granite Park Place leads to South Lake Avenue

As construction wraps up on Granite Park Place just right off of South Lake Avenue, the Van Tilburg, Banvard & Soderbergh-designed luxury condo complex has now “8 units in contract” according to Sales Manager Darrell Done with some escrows closing soon and future residents moving in as early as late December. Walking through the complex, however, it looked a bit rough around the edges at about 90% complete with some minor cosmetic issues pertaining to the landscaping that needed to be tidied up. The layout of the units and high-end Viking kitchens reminded me somewhat of another luxury project in Pasadena, The Montana Residences by the Civic Center.

Residents can expect to pay between $1025 to $1090 for the HOA dues that go toward the concierge, valet parking, upkeep of the lush landscaping, etc. Prices for the units range from $995,000 to $2,380,000.

And keeping their promise to enhance the sidewalk along San Pasqual St., the developer Vornado Realty Trust has done a great job integrating with the community by adding lush landscaping along a reconfigured sidewalk that meanders down the street instead of going straight down in a linear path before construction. It is not only important for developers to contribute toward enhancing the public space around their private properties, it is smart business practice.

Granite Park Place is now completed and close to moving in its first residents

The developer reconfigured the sidewalk to meander down the street instead of being just a straight linear path

The lush landscaping will enhance and beautify the community making the area even more attractive for all residents in the neighborhood

Another look down the street toward South Lake Avenue with the meandering sidewalk and lush landscaping

The seating area in the main lobby

The main lobby foyer

The living room in the model unit #116 in building number two with 2 bed 2.5 baths, 2,206SF at $1.8 million

The fireplace in the living room

The all-Viking appliance kitchen in the model unit

The living room is surrounded by an outdoor private patio

The hallway that leads to the bedrooms

Bedroom number one

Bathroom number one inside bedroom number one

Master bedroom

Master bath

Built out closet in master bedroom

The front doors are made of dark wood

An example of an unfurnished living room

Viking kitchen appliances are standard

A fountain that leads to the pool area outside the rec room

The community pool and hot tub

The recreational room with flat screen TV for hosting gatherings

The community fitness center

I like to see luxury complexes like Granite Park Place encourage recycling

The penthouse units on the 5th floor

Some units come with large terrace patios

An exterior view of Granite Park Place


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