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Tyler Gonzalez Architects has unveiled renderings for another mixed-use building in Pasadena

The proposed Oak Knoll Condominiums, slated for the current site of a parking lot at 747 E. Green Street, would consist of a seven-story edifice containing 71 one, two-, and three-bedroom dwellings, as well as a full-floor penthouse.  Plans also call for 5,300 square feet of ground-floor commercial space, as well as a three-level basement parking garage.

According to a design narrative from TGA, the building is intended to be a "dialogue between old and new," with traditional form and massing accented by modern building materials.  The mid-rise structure would also include various common amenities, including a game room, a dog run, and multiple terrace gardens.

The project, which is being developed by an entity known as Green Street Development, LLC, is being designed to obtain LEED Silver certification.

A timeline for the proposed development is unclear.

Rendering of 747 Green Street. Image courtesy of TGA.
Rendering of 747 Green Street. Image courtesy of TGA.
747 Green Street. Image via Google Maps.

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