The project, which comes from Summerhill Apartment Communities, consists of a six-story building feature 105 residential units in addition to open space amenities at the roof and podium levels. Plans call for a mixture of one- and two-bedroom units, some of which will have townhome-style entrances on the street.
The Theo is named for its next-door neighbor - the Theodore Parker Lukens House - a 19th century Victorian home that is among the oldest in Pasadena. Summerhill and KTGY worked with Pasadena Heritage and the City of Pasadena Design Community to create a Modernist building to complement its historic surroundings, featuring stepped building heights, private terraces and open space amenities facing the adjacent home. A parking garage - with accommodations for 154 vehicles - is located entirely underground.
Summerhill started construction on the podium-type development last month, and expects to open the building in August 2019.
- Pasadena Archive (Urbanize LA)