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Pasadena Office Rehab is One of LA’s Largest Contiguous Offerings

As Pasadena continues to attract companies due to affordable/executive housing, redevelopment is underway on the five-story 320,000-square-foot class-A office building located at 101 South Marengo Ave. The redevelopment will be completed in first quarter 2022.

Originally designed by the firm of American modernist Edward Durell Stone in 1974, the building was re-envisioned by architecture and landscape design firm RIOS with more than 80,000 square feet of green spaces. 101 South Marengo will feature a new lobby, floor-to-ceiling operable windows, expansive floorplates, escalators to each tenant floor, internal green courtyard, separate tenant air filtration systems and a fitness center.

Leading leasing efforts are Patrick Church and Anneke Greco of JLL.  The building can accommodate a variety of requirements ranging from approximately 50,000 to 320,000 square feet of contiguous space, one of the largest available office blocks in the Los Angeles area.

101 South Marengo is centrally located blocks from both Interstate 210 and the 110 freeways as well as multiple transit hubs. The property offers a walk score of 97 percent.


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About Lisa Brown

Lisa Brown has decades of experience in corporate communications and marketing management with organizations including Coldwell Banker Residential, Grubb & Ellis, Marcus & Millichap, NAIOP, SIOR and ALM. In those positions, she worked in conjunction with chief executive officers and chief marketing officers to create corporate messaging, cohesive branding standards, strategic marketing plans and thought pieces. Brown is a frequent speaker at industry events and an editing adjunct professor for an online course. She has a master’s degree in mass communications from San Jose State University.

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