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New transit-oriented apartment complex set to rise in Burbank

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A few blocks from the Metrolink station

Rendering of Burbank apartments
The new development is set to include 327 units of housing.
Renderings courtesy Newman Garrison + Partners

A new transit-friendly apartment complex may be on the way to Burbank, just west of the city’s Metrolink station, according to an announcement from architecture firm Newman Garrison + Partners, which has been selected to design the project.

Developed by Cusumano Real Estate Group, the development would rise seven stories and include 327 units of housing, ranging from studios to three and four-bedroom apartments. The project would have a mix of market rate and affordable units, though it’s not clear how much of each would be included.

Retail space and room for “organic grocery offerings” would also be part of the project, which is geared toward “millennials working in the San Fernando Valley,” according to the announcement.

Other building amenities would include a swimming pool and spa, a lounge and game room, an outdoor movie theater, a wine room, a media center, fire pits, and a bocce ball course.

Renderings of the project show it would have a glassy design, with plenty of terraces and balcony space throughout the complex. If all goes according to plan, the project could open by 2021.

View of apartments at street level