Pasadena inhabitants had blended feelings as the Pasadena First State Bank Building crumbled in a dust storm Sunday when it was imploded by destruction masters.
Worked in 1963, the 12-story structure was a commonplace milestone that had once symbolized Pasadena’s development however had weakened into a blemish after it was covered in the mid-1990s.
During the implosion, the inquisitive were limited to viewing from a sheltered separation as D.H. Griffin Demolition masters cut down the city’s just high rise, which Mayor Jeff Wagner said was “one of the most notable structures in our city’s history.”
The city does not have an official arrangement for the part but rather hopes to utilize it to enhance the north part of town, as indicated by past revealing by the Chronicle.
“While there are no quick designs for the parcel, the conceivable outcomes for are inestimable,” Laura Branch-Mireles, the city’s locale data director, told Chron.com. “Our group is for the most part centered around tidying up the region decently well to make the area industrially alluring.”