Century West looks to cash in with 310-unit resi project near Monrovia’s Gold Line station

The LA subsidiary of Fifield Companies is planning the project, to be 3rd substantial one built directly next to the station in recent years

TRD LOS ANGELES /
Jan.January 11, 2019 10:00 AM
Century West Partners Principal Michael Sorochinsky and a rendering of the firm’s planned project in Monrovia (Credit: Century West Partners)

Fifield Companies’ Century West Partners wants to build a 310-unit mixed-use project in Monrovia, a neighborhood that has seen a flurry of development in the last few years.

The seven-story, residential-over-retail project would rise at 127 Pomona Avenue, a block north of Metro Gold Line’s Monrovia Station, according to Urbanize. The complex would have 25 units set aside for “very low-income” renters and have 10,000 square feet of retail space. There is parking for 486 vehicles. The architect is Humphreys and Partners.

There would also be a 7,000-square-foot public plaza at the corner of Primrose and Pomona avenues. Amenities include a swimming pool part of a central courtyard and three sky decks. The site is just under two acres and now has two low-rise commercial buildings.

Monrovia Station has attracted a flurry of development recently. Century West’s new apartment complex would be directly across the street from a recently-completed 261-unit project by Legacy Partners.

Directly southwest on the other side of Monrovia Station, Richman Group is planning a 296-unit apartment complex.

Though a good portion of Fifield Companies’ projects is focused in its Chicago home city, the company also develops in Los Angeles. Fifield founder and CEO Steve Fifield and Michael Sorochinsky — founder and CEO of Cyprus Equity Investments — formed Century West Partners to develop multi-family apartments and commercial properties in L.A., according to its website. [Urbanize] — Dennis Lynch 


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