A surface parking lot at the corner of Los Robles Avenue and Corson Street could be redeveloped with multifamily housing, according to a staff report to the Pasadena Design Commission.

The proposed development, slated for a property just south of the I-210 Freeway, calls for the construction of a six-story, 75-foot-tall building containing 105 residential units above semi-subterranean parking for 162 vehicles.

LCRA is designing the project, which would be built with a U-shaped footprint wrapping a second-story courtyard.  Plans also call for an atrium spanning the third through sixth floors of the building, as well as a large rooftop terrace.

EPT Design is also serving as the project's landscape architect.

Los Angeles County Assessor's records list the owner of the project site as an entity affiliated with Irvine-based California Pacific Homes.

The proposed housing complex would rise three blocks west of Theo, a similar residential development which opened earlier this year.