High Street Residential, a subsidiary of Trammell Crow Company, has received final approvals from the Pasadena Design Commission for the construction of a mixed-use development near the Gold Line's Sierra Madre Villa Station.

The 3200 Foothill Boulevard project, would replace an 8.32-acre self-storage facility, calls for the construction of multiple buildings featuring 550 studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments, 9,800 square feet of ground-floor retail, and parking for up to 839 vehicles.

Steinberg Hart is designing the project, which will feature eight separate buildings standing four and five stories in height.  The site design is modeled on a village concept, with buildings oriented around activity nodes and connected by pathways.  Live/work units and the retail space are concentrated on the northern property line, facing Foothill Boulevard, while residential uses face the paseos and courtyards on the property's interior - which are designed by landscape architecture firm RELM.

Parking for 3200 Foothill will be provided within two subterranean levels along the north side of the property, and a five-level above-grade structure along the rear of the property - providing a buffer between the residential uses and the abutting I-210 Freeway.

Environmental studies have previously pointed to a roughly three-year buildout for 3200 Foothill, starting in May 2019 and finishing in April 2022.