|Looking good, with the tower caps finally back in place!|
If you live or work in downtown Anaheim, you are probably keeping an eye on the amazing transformation happening now on Anaheim Blvd. The 92-year old Spanish revival warehouse is one of the last remaining architectural treasures of Orange County's citrus era - and its being restored!
On November 3rd, the restoration crew marked a milestone of sorts, when they finally replaced the long-lost caps atop the two towers on the building's facade. We got a rare opportunity to explore the construction site, and even went inside for a look at the newly painted ceiling. It's an awe-inspiring space.
|In the distance, the Anaheim Brewery occupies the old Packard dealership, with Los Angeles burger sensation Umami Burger scheduled to open next door in February.|
|When it opens next year, this cavernous sunlit space will hold over twenty restaurants. |
Dining space will be communal- with seating inside and outside the packing house.
|"Sunkist, I Presume!"|
The original Sunkist orange emblem on the face of the building.
|Vintage view of the building in its heyday, with the original tower caps.|
Follow the Anaheim Packing House progress at www.anaheimpackingdistrict.com