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Just one month after acquiring the project, a joint venture between Legacy Partners, Griffin Capital and Silverpeak Real Estate Partners has announced the start of construction for MODA, a multifamily residential complex near the Gold Line's Monrovia Station.

The five-story development, designed by Architects Orange, will feature 261 residential units, in addition to communal amenities such as a clubhouse, two landscaped courtyards, a roof terrace and a fitness center.

MODA is among the first projects in a new transit-oriented district surrounding the Gold Line station, which connects passengers to Pasadena and Downtown Los Angeles.

Completion is expected by early 2018.

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