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Inside Pasadena’s The Ellington, where rent starts at $2,175

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The Gold Line-adjacent complex has 212 units

Photos by Juan Tallo
Courtesy of The Ellington

Leasing has opened at The Ellington, a new apartment building in Pasadena with 212 aimed at commuters—the four-story building is right next to the Gold Line’s Sierra Madre Villa Station.

The building was developed by Hines Developers and designed by architects Newman Garrison + Partners. They say their design is an “ode” to Edward Durell Stone’s Stuart building, which is nextdoor. Built in 1958, the Stuart building was named that year as one of the five best designs by the American Institute of Architects.

The Ellington’s website advertises studios apartments starting at $2,175. One-bedroom apartments, the smallest of which offer only a bit more space than the studios, start at $2,232. Residents have access to amenities that include a dog spa and shared outdoor courtyards and terraces.