Tech Entrepreneur Edward Kim Buys $8.5 Million Pasadena Estate
Added 02-24-21 12:04:03pm EST - “With the COVID-19 pandemic now in its second year and many corporations pivoting to full-time remote work situations, Silicon Valley veteran Eddie Kim has left hectic San Francisco, where the tech unicorn he cofounded ?" payroll processor…” - News.yahoo.com
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With the COVID-19 pandemic now in its second year and many corporations pivoting to full-time remote work situations, Silicon Valley veteran Eddie Kim has left hectic San Francisco, where the tech unicorn he cofounded — payroll processor Gusto, now valued at a whopping $3.8 billion — is headquartered. Born and raised in the San Bernardino County city of Upland, Calif., the hard-charging entrepreneur has returned to his native SoCal, where he’s plunked down $8.5 million in L.A.’s San Gabriel Valley region.
Located on what has long been considered one of the best streets in Pasadena, directly atop the San Marino border and just a quick jog to the fabled Huntington Library, the snazzy new Kim estate was originally built in 1956 as a Hollywood Regency-inspired midcentury modern and designed by celebrated local architect Theodore Pletsch, who built much of modern San Marino and famously designed in a wide variety of architectural styles. Pletsch was known for his pithy quotes, among them “I’m no Frank Lloyd Wright – never wanted to be,” and “I have lived with over 500 women—because I have [designed] over 500 houses.”
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