Neighborhood & Directions



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    Old Town Pasadena

    Experience nightlife, fine dining, and other excitement in Old Town Pasadena - just 20 minutes away from your home at The Hudson. Shop luxury jewelry at Tiffany & Co., grab dinner with friends at Sushi Roku, or catch a workout class at The Bar Method. Grab afternoon coffee or just take a stroll - everything you need can be found on Colorado Street. If you want it all, Old Town Pasadena should be your next stop – live life at The Hudson.

    Rose Bowl

    Rose Bowl

    Located in Pasadena and within close proximity of The Hudson, The Rose Bowl is an iconic National Historic Landmark and Athletic Stadium (the 16th largest in the world). It is a venue best known for hosting college football games and earned its name as the host of the annual Rose Bowl Game. The annual Rose Parade, which is hosted by the Pasadena Tournament of Roses, takes place on Colorado Boulevard. This parade commemorates the beginning of the Rose Bowl Game held on New Year’s Day and is filled with flowered-covered floats and marching bands. This stadium has also hosted five Super Bowl games, the FIFA World Cup, and the 1984 Olympics. The UCLA Bruins consider The Rose Bowl their home and American Idol even hosted auditions here in 2006. Needless to day, The Rose Bowl is often at the center of the action. Living at The Hudson just got a lot more exciting.


    The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens

    Take a day trip to The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens in Pasadena. It is only about 3 miles away from your place at The Hudson. No freeway needed. Visitors from all over the world come to this exact location to experience the beautiful gardens and galleries. There is so much so see here including exhibitions, rare materials, portraits, and art. You can even book tea-time with family and friends in the Rose Garden Tea Room. Enjoy a meal at the 1919 Café, Freshwater Pavilion Noodle House, or the Patio Grill – or just grab a snack at the Red Car coffee shop. The Huntington Library offers several types of tours including private tours, group tours, garden tours and more. Don’t miss out on this very unique experience.



    When you live at The Hudson, you’ll have access to the most beautiful beaches on the West Coast. Will Rogers State beach is only 27 miles away and is located in the upscale beach city of Pacific Palisades. Pack a picnic, your swimsuit and towel, and head West – it won’t take you long to arrive in paradise for the day or even the weekend. Once you reach the coast, head a south and you will arrive at Santa Monica Beach – there is a boardwalk, a pier, and all kinds of interesting street performers. Catch some great shopping and fine dining at Third Street Promenade too. Run the trail along the cliff or head down to the bike path for a long run. Go north of Pacific Palisades to Malibu to hike the trails or go wine tasting. Dine at some of the oceanfront restaurants like the ever iconic Nobu, Duke’s Malibu, or Moonshadows – there is something for everyone. Take a drive and you may enjoy some celebrity sightings along the coast as well!


    The Metro Rail Line

    Hop on the Gold Line from The Hudson and you can choose your own adventure. The Metro Rail Line public transportation makes it very easy to get out and about to experience Pasadena and the surrounding area. Head to Chinatown for lunch, Little Tokyo for shopping, or Union Station. For more information, check out 323.GO.METRO – lines run during the week and on the weekends. A one-way pass is only $1.75. Grab a 1-Day Pass for $7 or even a 7-Day Pass for $25. You will never miss a Dodger baseball game either.

    Water Fall

    Hiking Trails

    There are many amazing hiking trails located near Pasadena, California. Eaton Canyon Trail is an easy and very popular trail for hikers in Los Angeles – it’s a 3.5-mile hike that will take you right to a waterfall. You will uncover the most beautiful views from the San Gabriel Mountains and the Santa Monica Mountains. At the very end of the trail head, there is a nature center at Eaton Canyon Park. Bring your furry friends, your hiking shoes, and an afternoon lunch to enjoy a day in the Southern California sun.