A photograph of a drawing of Pasadena's first new "limit-height". "Pasadena's first new 'limit-height' in 25 years. $2,700,000 structure to rise at 132 South Lake avenue" -- Examiner clipping attached to verso, dated, "Jan 27, 1957".; "Pasadena;s first new 'limit-height' building in 25 years, a 10-story, $2,700,000 office structure with unique concave sides, will get under way soon at 132 South Lake avenue announce Coldwell, Banker & Company, statewide realtors. Owner of land and building, to include a four-story garage at the rear, is The Dalton Corporation. Coldwell, Banker sold the property and will be exclusive leasing agent. Concave sides -- Concave sides, on north and south exposures, are notable features of the design, by Architecht Kenneth N. Lind, AIA. 'Luxurious' use of building materials will also mark the contemporary steel and masonry structure. All offices will have outside exposure, with unusual louvers jutting out from the facades to eliminate sun glare. Containing 102,640 square feet, building is scheduled for occupancy the summer of 1958. 4-story garage -- The four-story garage will accommodate 232 cars and have elevations facing both Mentor avenue and a shopper's lane, to run from Del Mar avenue to Green street. First two floors of the building will have nearly 12,000 square feet each, with other stories averaging 11,000. Attractive plantings are planned for both the spacious lobby and front and rear elevations" -- Examiner clipping attached to verso.; "10-stories office bldg to rise at 132 S. Lake ave, Pasadena. 1st new 'limit-height' bldg in Pasadena in 25 years. Cost $2,700,000. Kenneth N. Lind, AIA, architect...(the rest of note is not legible)" -- handwritten note on verso. Verso dated, "February 3, 1957".; Streetscape.