The largest co-op in Claremont was the College Heights Orange and Lemon Association and it built this packing house in 1922. For decades it was one of Claremont's biggest employers and a major force in the City's economy. However, after the construction of the freeways, orchards in Claremont were replaced with suburban housing. In 1972 and College Heights closed its doors and the Packing House suffered a long period of decline. The City of Claremont eventually purchased the building to save it, and hometown developer Arteco Partners (led by Jerry Tessier and the Tessier family) completed the award-winning restoration effort in 2007. Historic features were preserved, such as the three-story tall sawtooth skylights, while improvements were made for a vibrant mix of lofts, offices, galleries, boutiques, and entertainment venues. Once again, the Claremont Packing House is a centerpiece of community life.
S1 18E Packing House Claremont CA RT 66 California to Chicago Photography
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