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Multifamily Project Proposed for Burbank

A developer has proposed a residential project called the Palm Townhomes to be built at 529-537 E. Palm Ave. in Burbank.

According to an Urbanize report, the large apartment complex would replace two single-family homes and two accessory structures completed in the 1920s and 1950s, respectively.

The proposed project involves the building of a four-story apartment complex featuring 24 one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments ranging from 738 to 1,211 square feet in size. There will also be a subterranean garage that can accommodate 38 vehicles. In exchange for density-bonus incentives, the project will include eight apartments deemed low-income affordable housing.

City records list the owner of the property as Palm Townhomes, LLC, an entity linked to Gerro Properties in Burbank. Architectural studio BolaDarck is designing the project.

The Palm Townhomes site is located northeast of the Burbank Downtown Transit Oriented Development Specific Plan area, an approximately 1,000-acre district. Several projects are already under construction in the area, including LaTerra Development’s 573-unit apartment complex at 777 N. Front Street and Chandler Partners’ First Street Village, which will bring a total of 275 apartments and 19,000 square feet of ground-floor commercial space.

James Brock
James Brock
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