Cimmarusti Holdings has proposed a 24-story apartment tower that would be the tallest residential structure in Glendale.
The family-owned real estate firm has named the project Lucia Park, after the grandmother of the two brothers who head Cimmarusti Holdings.
According to an Urbanize.LA report, what would be Glendale’s tallest residential building would go up at 625 N. Maryland Ave. The developer could break ground by late summer.
The structure will be comprised of 294 one- and two-bedroom apartments atop subterranean parking for more than 500 vehicles that will be open to residents and to tenants of an adjacent office building.
Designed by JFAK Architects, plans for the tower will see setbacks allowing space for amenity decks on the podium and rooftop levels. Open space would front Brand Boulevard on the western property line to include a pocket park.
Lucia Park will stand next to a historic Chase building, a mid-century structure that was one of the original Home Savings and Loan buildings.
If the project hits its late summer start date, expect for Lucia Park to debut in mid-2025.