Since we first told you back on Tuesday that demolition was beginning at the ex-Petco site in The Junction, where the 90-unit mixed-use project now has an official name – 4730 California (a slight tweak from its working title 4724 California) – crews have been working off the alley. We went by early today to photograph it in full morning sunlight (above). We checked in during the week with the development team, which shared this new rendering of how the building will look along California SW at night:
The project concluded the Design Review process last November (WSB coverage here). Demolition work, by the way, continued today – compare our top photo with this one taken at mid-afternoon by WSB contributor Jason Grotelueschen, showing a truck and crew on site:
The project team plans to have a website soon at 4730california.com (just a “parking page” now) and project information on the fence out front by West Seattle Summer Fest (for which the project is a co-sponsor).
10:20 PM: Additional image from Dwight – who noticed, early this morning, that the backlit windows had a stained-glass look:
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