Old Pasadena

The business district of Pasadena, California is known as Old Pasadena and is located approximately ten miles from the hub of downtown Los Angeles. The neighborhood is rich in diversity and lively with music events, nightclubs, great restaurants, and more. Old Pasadena is best known for hosting the annual Tournament of Roses and Rose Parade. Old Pasadena has approximately 200 independently owned businesses in the neighborhood, more than any other neighborhood in Pasadena.

Sporting events are held at the Rose Bowl in Old Pasadena and families can be seen flocking to many of the area's restaurants to grab a bite to eat. The neighborhood is clean, friendly and inviting with shops on every corner. Parking is easy and convenient and there is easy access to public transportation around the neighborhood. Old Pasadena is serviced by two major bus lines and two metro stops provided by the Gold line. The streets are tree lined and during the holidays become a winter wonderland of lights and music.

Old Pasadena is highly coveted among retailers and business owners. Due to its central location and convenient access to freeways, highways, and airways, world-class amenities can be found here. Pasadena retail kits can be accessed online.

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