Ahhhh, Pasadena. It is home to the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade, originally sponsored in 1890, by the Valley Hunt Club and nestled in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains. Pasadena is filled to the brim with a history of many rich and famous. A cruise down Orange Grove Boulevard with its landmark mansions, is sometimes referred to as Millionaire’s Row. On this beautiful, Palm Tree lined street is Tournament House (headquarters for the Tournament of Roses events) and formerly known as Wrigley Mansion.
Head north on Orange Grove and you will arrive at the corner of Colorado Blvd. and Orange Grove Blvd, and the location of the Norton Simon Museum, a treasure trove of art and sculpture valued at over $750 million. And right here is where the start of the Rose Parade begins.
The Rose Bowl is the official home to the UCLA Bruins Football Team and about a mile away you will find the Rose Bowl Aquatics Center, which was home for the 2000 US Olympics Swim and Dive Teams.
Central to many freeway systems, you are never far from Pasadena. The charm of Old Town Pasadena with its fabulous offering of places to dine, art walks and other cultural events is a constant draw to people from all over the world.
We love to work with our Pasadena clients. They are as individual as the city they live in. We always uncover new and exciting ways to make their design dreams for their homes a reality.