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Urban Housing Group Debuts Paragon at Old Town

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Paragon at Old Town recently celebrated the completion of the mixed-use apartment community with a ribbon cutting ceremony in the historic Old Town district in Monrovia.

The mixed-use project is located in Monrovia
The mixed-use project is located in Monrovia
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Developed by Urban Housing Group, Paragon at Old Town provides amenity-rich living within walking-distance to services, transportation, boutique shops, cafes, restaurants and entertainment.

Designed by KTGY Group Inc., Architecture and Planning, the projectís general contractor was Western National Contractors of Irvine.

The new development consists of 163 luxurious one- and two-bedroom apartment homes built over 6,000 sq ft of commercial space situated on the ground floor. The units range in size from 744 sq ft to 1,247 sq ft and rent from $1,595 to approximately $2,600 per month. An attached parking garage offers 330 resident spaces plus 75 public parking spaces.

All residents will have access to a residentís lounge with a fireplace, flat screen television, and entertaining kitchen. The community even has a billiard room and 24/7 fitness studio. There is also a large resort-style courtyard with heated elliptical swimming pool and spa featuring poolside cabanas, an outdoor fireplace and barbecue area with two grills, a bar space and dining tables.

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