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Urban Architecture Lab has offered up new renderings of the proposed mixed-use complex that would rise from a vacant lot next to the Burbank Metrolink Station.

The project, which is being developed by La Terra Development, would consist of seven- and eight-story buildings featuring 542 apartments and commercial space, as well as a 15-story, 317-key hotel tower.  A portion of the 10-acre property, which is located at 777 N. Front Street, would be converted into park space.

The new renderings give a better perspective on the Line's street-level interface, with pedestrian entrances and retail space opening onto landscaped areas with outdoor seating.  The images also show a series of amenity decks, located at the podium and roof levels of the proposed buildings.

La Terra will need to complete the environmental review process and obtain approvals from the City of Burbank prior to beginning construction.

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