A Revitalized Burbank Town Center +
A New Downtown Neighborhood

New Neighborhood-Serving Retail and Restaurants

A Variety of Residential
Living Options

A Walkable Neighborhood
With Accessible Transit Connections

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A Sustainable Neighborhood:

Fewer residential units and less density than
allowed under the Burbank 2035 General Plan

Open space for enjoyment by area residents,
employees, and visitors

Drought-tolerant landscaping

Environmentally-conscious building materials

Water-conserving features

Energy-efficient appliances

A Neighborhood of Its Own.

In 1989 the Burbank City Council approved plans for the development of the Burbank Town Center and adjacent parcels. This project amends those plans, proposing far less development than what was originally approved for the site. The result will create a new vibrant neighborhood in Downtown Burbank with a variety of living options, new neighborhood-serving retail and restaurants, and a central gathering place for area residents, employees, and visitors.

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Voices of Burbank

The Town Center hasn’t really changed at all…It would be great to have something a little bit more local, outdoors. Somewhere we can gather.

Tanya Gulesserian
Make-Up Artist
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