Station Square South Specific Plan

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On July 17, 2018, the City Council approved the Station Square South Specific Plan. The Station Square South Specific Plan is the plan for a 3.79-acre property adjacent to the Gold Line Monrovia Station, which includes several parcels in and around 225 West Duarte Road.

The development will be a transit-oriented, 3, 4, and 5-story multi-family residential development of 296 dwelling units, yielding a density of 78 dwelling units per acre (gross).

The project proposes to change Peck Road north of Duarte Road to a publicly accessible driveway and drop-off area for the adjacent Metro Gold Line Monrovia Station. The site is part of the Station Square Transit Village.

Features available to residents include three courtyards, a pool court, common roof decks, a dog-run, and a greenhouse, for a total of 26,671 square feet. Balconies are provided for each unit, except for the live/work units.

The project also provides three types of planned public open spaces: 

  1. A 15,488 square foot drop-off plaza (and accessible paths) for Gold Line station passengers
  2. An approximately 475-foot long paseo (walking path) located along the northern portion of the site connecting to the drop-off plaza
  3. A 2,130 square foot publicly-accessible open space area fronting Magnolia Avenue.

The project includes a six-story (seven levels) above-ground parking garage that accommodates 522 vehicles.

All meetings will be held in the City Council Chambers at Monrovia City Hall, 415 South Ivy Avenue.

Supporting Documents 

More information and plans can be found in the links below: