From unparalleled views of the iconic City Hall to its foundation deep in the City’s history, The Maryland is one of Pasadena’s most recognized residential buildings. Now, it presents your first opportunity in many years to live in the Pasadena Civic Center Historic District — listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Buildings of such noted architects as Bakewell and Brown, Julia Morgan, Myron Hunt, Sylvannus Marston, Garrett van Pelt and Reginald Johnson surround The Maryland. Built in 1926 and designed by architect Edward B. Rust, this beautiful condominium features an artfully renovated kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, a stunning renovated bathroom, in-unit laundry, walls with arched ceiling-height windows, an on-site assigned parking space, a large planned closet and remarkable architecture and mountain views on three sides.

Its 1,106 square feet of living space comes with Mills Act designation, giving the unit significantly reduced property taxes. The monthly HOA fee includes all utilities. All of this within blocks of great dining, movie theaters, the Pasadena Playhouse and Civic Auditorium, Old Town Pasadena, the Gold Line and so much more. Don’t miss a rare opportunity to live in one of Pasadena’s most renowned buildings.


Todd Hays