The Zwick Construction team working on 3768 Colorado Boulevard reached a milestone on the project: One year in and around one year from completion. Especially over the last couple months as framing has progressed and the structure has grown vertically, the project has been exciting to watch—crews recently finished pouring concrete and framing the second and third floors. They are currently working on the fourth and fifth levels.
At its completion, 3768 Colorado Boulevard will be a 100-unit, mixed-use building with two levels of underground parking. The main floor will hold 4,500 SF of retail space to be built out by future tenants. Residents will have access to amenity spaces, such as two courtyards, a water feature, rooftop deck, communal lounge and co-working areas, gym, and pet patio.
The complex is located on Colorado Boulevard, a road that once was considered part of historic Route 66. The complex is surrounded by various attractions, such as the Rose Bowl Stadium, the Los Angeles County Arboretum, and Santa Anita Park, as well as many shopping centers, hospitals, and colleges. It is an exciting and lively part of Pasadena.
Over the last year, the team has faced some unique challenges. For example, during the concrete pour phases, the excavator on site broke and required mechanical attention. This and differing schedules between the subcontractors caused scheduling delays, but the team has already made up three weeks of time during framing.
The project team has done an excellent job working together to build an impressive project on schedule.