Posts tagged Pasadena
Desiderio Home Construction Progress

Some member of our team were in Pasadena last week (at the lovely Huntington Gardens!) for meetings on another project and we wanted to share some progress photos from the Desiderio Homes construction site. Things are coming along!

We also thought we'd take the opportunity to share a little of the history surrounding the site. Both photos are taken from the Colorado Street Bridge, built in 1912, which lends a truly lovely backdrop to the site. In the second photo, you can see the historic Vista del Arroyo Hotel building, which is another beautiful complement dating back to 1920-1930. During WWII, it became the McCornack General Hospital, later becoming Federal offices, and is now the Richard H. Chambers United States Court of Appeals. 

Much of Pasadena is beautiful, but the eight families who inhabit the project will have some pretty amazing architecture in their backyards. 

More to come!

Andalucia featured on Urbanize LA

The Andalucia (previously El Molino Court) has been featured on Urbanize LA! We're excited to see the project finished and we're thrilled with all of the positive responses in the comments. 

Our project page has a number of Bernard Andre's other wonderful photos of the project, and the full Urbanized LA article is available here. Be sure to take a peek at the building's rental site as well.

This has been a very rewarding project and we're humbled that it has received such an overwhelmingly positive reaction. We're proud to have been a part of it. 

Progress at the Desiderio Homes

The San Gabriel Valley Habitat for Humanity is making great progress

on the Desiderio Homes at the foot of the Colorado Street Bridge in Pasadena, California. With four homes nearly fully framed, and permits pulled for the remaining five, we're excited to see the community coming together to realize this project. 

For more information on the project, please check out our project page here, or visit the San Gabriel Valley Habitat for Humanity page to donate or volunteer. 

The Andalucia Nears Completion

We had some fun with the new aerial camera last week while in Pasadena for another project, so we put together a quick overview of the nearly-completed Andalucia (previously El Molino Court).

We've been working on the project with RTKL, Mill Creek Properties, and Mack Urban Development for quite some time, so we're excited to see the project nearing the finish line!

For more information on the project, please see our project page and http://liveandalucia.com/.