Average household income within a three-mile radius of the property is approximately $77,513
Metro Gold Line
Metro Gold Line Download Metro Rail System MapCrown City Center is conveniently located within walking distance of the Metro Gold Line’s Lake Avenue station. Spanning 13.7 miles, the Gold Line links Union Station in Downtown Los Angeles with Sierra Madre Villa in East Pasadena via stops in Chinatown, Highland Park, South Pasadena, and Pasadena. With rising gas prices and longer commutes, The Gold Line is a cost effective and easy means of transportation. To travel from Union Station to the Lake Avenue station on the Gold Line, riders can expect a 23 minute, congestion-free trip.
The Gold Line is part of the Los Angles Metro light rail and subway system that connects Pasadena to Long Beach in the south and Universal City in the north with numerous points in-between.
Phase II of the Gold Line, scheduled to be complete in 2013 will connect Pasadena to Claremont, stopping in 10 cities along the way.
Pasadena ARTS Bus Service Download ARTS Bus System MapWith a bus stop just adjacent to Crown City Center, the Pasadena ARTS Bus service is the premium local mass transit alternative for Pasadena. Connecting the major retail and business districts of the City of Pasadena though 9 distinct routes, dining, shopping, and more are only a short bus ride away. ARTS service also connects to regional transportation such as Los Angeles Metro and Foothill Transit.
Foothill Transit Download Pasadena Transit MapWith a stop steps from Crown City Center and connecting to the San Gabriel and Pomona Valleys and Los Angeles County, Foothill Transit offers simplicity in traveling to and from Pasadena. Operating 36 express or local lines, Foothill Transit covers 327 square miles and serves 15 million customers every year.
Bike Paths Download Bike Paths MapPasadena has long been an advocate for the use of biking as an alternative form of transportation. Crown City Center is located adjacent to streets that have dedicated bicycle lanes that allow for greater ease in commute. With bicycle racks located on site, and over 1,000 racks city wide, using a bike to get to and from the office has never been so effortless.