At the intersection of Lincoln Avenue and Orange Grove Boulevard in northwest Pasadena, construction is complete for a new project from Heritage Housing Partners which offers for-sale condos to low- and moderate-income households

The project, named Lincoln at Orange Grove for its cross streets, consists of 48 attached residential units and five market-rate condominiums. The homes come in a mix of two, three-, and four-bedroom floor plans, ranging from 990 to 1,500 square feet in size.

Courtyard at Lincoln at Orange GroveJeff Creely

At the time the homes were advertised for sale in 2022, asking prices ranged from as low as $348,200 to $663,700. That translates to monthly payments between $1,990 and $3,565.

GGA+ designed Lincoln at Orange Grove, which consists of a series of three-story structures arranged around private paseos and courtyards at 735 N. Orange Grove Boulevard.

Courtyard at Lincoln at Orange GroveJeff Creely

"The Lincoln Orange Grove Apartments are a new typology for the design studio focused on providing affordable housing to first time home-owners," reads a design narrative from the firm's website. "Drawing on the architectural language of Irving Gil, the new development integrates into its largely historic Pasadena neighborhood through a simple palette and form of white plaster devoid of unnecessary detail. ‘Nature’ is utilized to float ornamentally around the intersecting and offset forms, while trellises and corner windows provide welcome and transparency to entrances from the neighborhood."

Heritage Housing, which builds projects catering to households earning between 80 and 150 percent of the area median income, is also developing a for-sale housing project at 1880 E. Walnut Street in Pasadena.

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