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Ostrich Farm

South Pasadena, CA

Client Cost Stats Date
Palisades Development Group $12.3M 79,100 SF, 53 Units 2006

Once the home of Cawston’s Ostrich Farm, a provider of ostrich feathers and tourist attraction from 1896 to 1935, the site was later developed as a group of industrial buildings. The design of The Ostrich Farm Lofts, located along the Gold Line right of way, keeps the essential qualities of the site intact and accentuates the industrial nature of the previous use.

In the older buildings, large new windows are cut into the existing brick facades to make each live/work space a light filled work environment. The units, which range from 800 SF to 2,000 SF, feature double height ceilings, exposed steel beams, balconies and patios.

The project maintains many of the site’s mature trees, and additional trees, large hedges and feature plants reflect the nature of the indigenous Arroyo Seco landscape. A corner park visible from outside the property commemorates and pays tribute to the historic ostrich farm.


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