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Pasadena: Bright, Blossoming & Beautiful

Pulsing with possibility, thriving with vibrant culture, painted bright with colorful arts and creativity, the city of Pasadena, CA is a world of unique and unlimited possibilities—for one-of-a-kind arts and culture, for nightlife that never stops, for breathtakingly beautiful outdoor exploration, and for high-quality living. Come explore the potential of Pasadena. Walk through its neighborhoods. Stroll its city streets and sample its cuisine. And find your perfect place to call home, right here in the city of roses. Contact Brad Korb today to find Pasadena CA homes for sale

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Pasadena at a Glance

Travel & Commute

Burbank: 10 miles
Glendale: 8 miles
Downtown LA: 10 miles
Public Transit: Metro Gold Line

Quick Facts

Population: 140,881
Zip Code: 91101, 91106, 91108
County: Los Angeles
Median Home Price: $849,000

Pasadena Attractions

Why Do Residents Choose Pasadena?

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Arts & Culture

Pasadena’s most prominent claim to fame—its amazing arts and culture. Visit the Playhouse District to catch an award-winning theatrical show at the Pasadena Playhouse or the Boston Court Performing Arts Center, to explore the unique works of the Pasadena Museum of California Art, USC Pacific Asia Museum, to enjoy a laugh at the Ice House Comedy Club, or to have some fun at a local festival, like the Rose Parade, ArtNight, Art Walk, or Wine Walks.

Catch a performance of the Pasadena Symphony at Ambassador Auditorium, the Pasadena Pops at LA County Arboretum and Botanic Garden, or even a Broadway show at the Civic Center. Enjoy local acts smaller venues like the Carrie Hamilton Theatre. Unwind at free summer concerts in Memorial Park. Explore the brilliant student works of Caltech at Beckman Auditorium. Discover a world of art at the Norton Simon Museum or the Armory Center for the Arts. Step back through time at the Pasadena Museum of History. Stroll Pasadena’s breathtaking historic neighborhoods. The possibilities are nearly endless...

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Outdoor Exploration

Get outside, get active, and explore! Numerous city parks provide endless opportunities and amenities—such as athletic fields and courts, scenic walking trails and picnic areas, community and recreation centers, pools, and much more. Larger parks even offer miles of wooded biking, hiking, and horseback riding trails, dog parks, disc golf courses, and more. Recreational facilities, like the Rose Bowl Aquatic Center, the Rose Bowl Tennis Center, and numerous other city-run public facilities, offer outstanding sports, fitness, recreation, and culture programs for all ages and interests.

Adjacent to the city, the rising hills of the Angeles National Forest offer unlimited possibilities for adventure—hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, camping, swimming, skiing, ziplining, even discovering secluded mountain villages or simply enjoying the beautiful views over the city.

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Events & Major Attractions

Pasadena is known nationally for its outstanding events and attractions. The Rose Bowl, home football stadium of the UCLA Bruins, is also the host of the most famous college playoff football game—the New Year’s Day Rose Bowl. But you don’t have to like football to find something to love at the Rose Bowl. It’s also the site of the 2nd Sunday Rose Bowl Flea Market, where you’ll find everything from antiques and arts to clothing and collectables, as well as numerous concerts from top musical performers throughout the year.

Another favorite event of Pasadena include the New Year’s Tournament of Roses parade, in which rose and flower-covered floats march down the city streets to celebrate the city’s beautiful winter weather and bright blossoms. But the fun doesn’t stop there—enjoy top events like the LA Food Bowl, Old Pasadena Historic Pub Crawl, the Pasadena Chalk Festival, Arroyo Seco Weekend Music and Arts Festival, AmericaFest, Craftsman Weekend, The Original Doo Dah Parade, and the highly-touted ArtNight Pasadena.

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Shopping, Dining & Nightlife

The attractions and entertainment almost never end! Head to Old Town Pasadena, the 21-block star attraction of Downtown, to explore a world of upscale boutiques, shops, and stores, to sample delicious local eateries, to sip tea at an outdoor cafe, to catch a show at a comedy club or a performance of award-winning theatre. Enjoy plenty of entertainment at the district’s numerous nightclubs, bars, and pubs. Head to Paseo Colorado to experience an open-air mall and urban village filled with shopping and dining, and home to the Arclight Cinemas. And find everything you need at major retail centers like the Shops on Lake Avenue, North Lake Square Shopping Center, or along Route 66.

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Local Education

Pasadena is a hub of educational opportunities. Its own Pasadena Unified School District is comprised of 18 elementary, five middle, two secondary, and two high schools. But the opportunities don’t stop there. Education continues in the city with world-class institutions such as the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), the Art Center College of Design, Pacific Oaks College, Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts, Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena City College, and even University of the People, the first tuition-free online university.

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Public Transportation

Getting around the city, and the metro LA area, is easy in Pasadena. The city is served by the LA Metro Gold Line light rail, which connects to Downtown LA, and includes six stations throughout the city. It is also served by Pasadena Transit busses for around-town travel, and LA Metro busses for transportation throughout the metro of LA.

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Employment

Though it’s within easy reach of the vast employment opportunities of Los Angeles, Pasadena is home to a wealth of its own large companies and employers. Some of the largest in the city include the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Kaiser Permanente, Caltech, Huntington Hospital, AT&T, Pasadena City College, Bank of America, and the Art Center College of Design.

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