Pasadena Heritage is involved with many preservation issues and projects at any given time. We also monitor other projects that are pending or in progress, and we want to keep our members and readers informed about them. Below are current development projects with preservation issues we are monitoring closely.
PH reviewing Public Works’ proposed exterior maintenance for Standards compliance
La Pintoresca Library / 1355 N. Raymond Ave.
Friends of the library embarking on initial efforts to identify necessary repairs and costs for 1930 Mediterranean Revival public library branch.
Historic Chamber of Commerce / 115 E. Colorado
New restaurant with outdoor dining in alley; PH easement property.
41 S. Daisy Ave.
1902 Cottage renovation with 4 new units in rear above underground parking.
973 E. Del Mar Blvd.
5-unit bungalow court to be demolished for 13 units above underground parking
Barn at Las Encinas Hospital / 2900 E. Del Mar Blvd.
Fragile 19th century Barn has yet to be installed at receiver site as promised by owners.
760 N. Fair Oaks Ave. / Decker House
To be relocated to west side of North Fair Oaks and incorporated into a HUD-funded affordable housing project.
747 E. Green St.
Demolition of 1966 commercial offices for new mixed-use building
922 E. Green
Early 1920s office building to be demolished for larger buildings
2490 Mohawk St.
Final Design Review in December for demolition of three 1890s residential buildings and approval of new 18-unit apartment.
72-74 Oak Ave.
Demolition of two homes in older residential neighborhood for 3 condo units with underground parking
690 N. Orange Grove Blvd.
Large Burkard Nurseries site established 1937 to be demolished for 49-unit multi-family project.
2405-2415 Oswego St.
Proposed demolition of 3 older homes to build 14 unit condo with underground parking; it is unknown if the existing Spanish style home will be retained as we proposed.
2480 Oswego St.
33-unit multi-family project will incorporate existing 1914 airplane bungalow.
231 N. Raymond Ave.
Long awaited rehabilitation of 1901 row houses now complete!
635 E. Union St.
Mixed-use project with 38 residential units replacing two postwar office buildings, adjacent to several historic properties.
659-711 E. Walnut St.
Several buildings to be demolished for large multi-family complex
St. Luke’s Hospital / 2632 E. Washington Blvd.
No new developments known for re-use of vacant 1933 Art Deco hospital.
256 N. Wilson Ave.
1923 bungalow slated for demolition for 5 condo units with underground parking.