The City Council is dark for the next two weeks.
Elected officials are expected to return to the dais on Feb. 26, just two weeks before Mayor Victor Gordo will give his annual State of the City speech.
The City Charter mandates the mayor to deliver a speech on the City’s budget no later than February.
The City Council is scheduled to hold two public hearings on Feb. 26.
One hearing will consider the street name change that would lead to Dayton Street becoming Troop Way between Fair Oaks and Raymond Avenues.
A second meeting will discuss the appeal of the Design Commission’s Approval of a Concept Design Review Application for the Property at 141 S. Lake Ave.
Next month, the City Council will hold two joint meetings.
The City will conduct a joint meeting with Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger on March 18 and, one week later, the City Council will hold a joint meeting with the Pasadena Unified School District on March 25.
The proposed building will occupy a prominent position within the South Lake Shopping Area precinct of the Central District Specific Plan. The project site covers two lots totaling 55,406 square feet, currently home to a two-story office building and surface parking lot, which will be demolished.
When completed, the proposed building would have 139,241 square feet of mixed-use space, consisting of 3,954 square feet of ground-floor commercial space and 134 residential units above a subterranean parking structure.
The building’s design incorporates a restaurant space on the ground floor facing South Lake Avenue, with two separate entrances to upper-level residential units. Vehicular access to subterranean parking will be via South Hudson Avenue.