What began as a commercial and cultural development in 1920s Pasadena is today a historic landmark with several revitalization efforts under its belt. The neighborhood’s namesake, the Playhouse Theatre Building, was constructed in 1925 to be the “State Theater of California,” only to be shuttered in the late ‘60s and eventually reopened in 1984. Other businesses suffered the same fate - former department stores and the Pasadena Star News building now house more modern businesses and Pasadena Playhouse District apartments that offer residents plenty of shopping opportunities and a chance to call this historic area home.
Residents in Pasadena Playhouse District apartments and homes love the area’s convenience, tucked away near Greater Pasadena, just off I-210 and a short drive from I-10, I-710, I-5 and routes 110 and 134. It’s easy to work and play in nearby Glendale, Burbank and Los Angeles, with the Lake Station Metro Orange Line station and numerous local bus lines running a few blocks from the heart of the Pasadena Playhouse District.
Although the area has been changing for decades, it continues to transform to meet residents’ needs and wants near Pasadena Playhouse District apartments. Today, the assortment of businesses and landmarks includes several churches, the Pacific Asia Museum, home furnishing stores, art galleries, book stores, florists and the Laemmle Playhouse 7 Cinemas, though more updates to the neighborhood are planned for the coming months and years. When you live here, you’re all but guaranteed an up-to-date neighborhood that changes with the times and always puts residents’ needs first.
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