Trammell Crow Residential is seeking approvals to construct a multifamily residential development near the Gold Line's Monrovia Station.

The project site, located at 1625 South Magnolia Avenue, is currently improved with a mix of light industrial, office, and residential uses.  TCR proposes to redevelop this 6.77-acre area with a five-story structure that would contain 436 residential units, as well as amenities such as swimming pools, courtyards, roof decks, and a fitness center.  Plans also call for an eight-level standalone parking garage with space for 797 vehicles.

Architects Orange has been tapped to design the proposed development, which would fall under the umbrella TCR's Alexan-branded apartment communities.  Although the Monrovia project would not feature ground-floor retail space, plans do call for street-fronting live/work units.

The City of Monrovia will conduct a full environmental impact report for the project before formally considering approvals.  A timeline has not been announced.

Several developments are either planned or under construction near the Gold Line Stop, including the 261-unit MODA apartments and Station Square South.

TCR, which is based out of Dallas, is currently in the process of building out a 200-unit Alexan project on Temple Street near Echo Park.