West Seattle development: 4730 California crane 1 week away

Judging by the number of people we see looking through the fence whenever we visit The Junction during the daytime, the 88-apartment, 14-live-work-unit 4730 California mixed-use project – aka the former Petco site – is quite the spectacle. The crane base is in now, almost three months after demolition/excavation began – our photo was taken before today’s concrete pour – so we asked the project team when the crane is going to arrive. The answer: One week from tomorrow – Saturday, September 14th. Assuming nothing happens to change the schedule, that means the crane will be up before the West Seattle Car Show, which – as noted here previously – is planned for the next day, Sunday, September 15th. 4730 California pis expected to be finished late next year.

3 Replies to "West Seattle development: 4730 California crane 1 week away"

  • Last53BusRider September 6, 2013 (8:42 pm)

    Looking through fences (or holes in fences) at construction sites seems to be a very popular pastime in West Seattle. The Hole could use a formal spectators gallery:)

  • HOW September 13, 2013 (12:02 pm)

    I suppose there’s still no word on the equity development?

    • WSB September 13, 2013 (12:13 pm)

      There’s been work going on behind the buildings, but unlike this project (4730 California) we don’t have a good, accessible contact for questions. Still trying to get official info!

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