Design Commission Will See Details Tuesday About Three New Projects, Each Containing Residential Units

Published : Monday, June 24, 2019 | 4:57 AM

A 46-residential unit project is slated for this blighted corner in the 700 block of North Orange Grove across from the U.S. Post Office

Pasadena’s Design Commission will on Tuesday, June 25 review a proposal to build a new four-story, mixed-use building which shall have about 10,000 square feet for office, retail and restaurant use and 46 for-sale residential units with subterranean parking at 745 to 765 North Orange Grove Blvd. in Pasadena.

The City’s Department of Planning and Community Development is recommending approval of the project’s application for Concept Design Review, which the Design Commission could be expected to favorably act upon during its regular meeting Tuesday.

Also up for deliberation at the meeting is a proposal to construct a new two-to-three-story multi-family residential building at 356 Cordova Street in Pasadena.

The proposed building will have 62 residential units, with subterranean parking, and will involve the retention of seven protected trees, relocation on site of seven protected trees, and the removal of three protected trees.

Another project, which is currently under the Preliminary Consultation phase of the City’s approval process and will be discussed at the meeting involves construction of a new six-story mixed-used development at 141 South Lake Avenue. The project consists of about 10,000 square feet of commercial space for professional office and restaurant use, and 91 residential units with subterranean parking.

Tuesday’s meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the City Council chambers, Room S249 at the Pasadena City Hall.

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