La Casa Torre is a unique Pasadena complex combining 26 single level condos built in 1982 along with eight historic residences built in 1927 by Everett Phipps Babcock, who worked with Wallace Neff. This popular location is convenient to many shopping, dining and entertainment venues as well as a multitude of educational and cultural attractions. Commuting is made easier with quick access to multiple freeways as well as Gold Line light rail stations.
The single level condos are in two gated Spanish inspired buildings, 601 and 633 East California Boulevard. The units at 601 are two bedrooms ranging from 1,000 square feet up to 1,300 square feet. The condos at 633 are a bit larger with approximately 1,400 square feet up to 1,650 square feet, some also include a den that could be used as a third bedroom. Each of the units feature a fireplace, in-unit laundry and either a balcony or patio area. The eight residences by Everett Phipps Babcock vary in size from just under 1,500 square feet up to almost 2,000 square feet with three and four bedrooms layouts. A gated entrance leads to a beautiful courtyard with fountain and the residences feature abundant architectural interior and exterior details of the period.
The development boasts beautiful landscaping, a fitness room in the 601 California building and gated subterranean parking with access off either Madison Avenue or California Boulevard.