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Los Angeles-based La Terra Development, already behind plans for large mixed-use buildings in Hollywood and Rampart Village, is proposing its largest project yet at 777 N. Front Street in Burbank.  The proposed development, slated for a former industrial site near the City's Metrolink commuter rail station, calls for the construction of mid-rise and high-rise structures featuring apartments, a hotel, and retail space.

Per an official project website, La Terra Select Burbank would feature seven- and eight-story buildings at the north side of the property, creating 542 apartments, as well as common areas such as a roof terrace, a swimming pool, and ground-floor commercial uses.  Immediately south, a 15-story, 204-foot tower would contain a 317-key hotel, including guest amenities and multiple food and beverage venues.

The far south end of the nearly 10-acre property a 27,000-square-foot public park, which would feature a synthetic lawn, terrace seating, a children's playground, and a fitness area.

Urban Architecture Lab is designing the project, which features three contemporary buildings with numerous outdoor decks.

The project will require a full environmental review, as well as the approval of the City of Burbank.

A smaller mixed-use project was recently announced on the opposite side of the Metrolink station.

Rendering by Urban Architecture Lab
Rendering by Urban Architecture Lab
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