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LaTerra Development and the City of Burbank have kicked off the environmental review period for the 777 North Front Street Project, a mixed-use complex that would rise near the city's Metrolink station.

The proposed development, which would occupy a 10-acre site spanning between Burbank and Magnolia Boulevards, calls for the construction of multiple buildings featuring a mix of apartments, hotel rooms, and retail space. 

At the north side of the property, a series of seven- and eight-story buildings would create 572 apartments and an array of open space amenities

The south end of the project site is slated for 15-story, 204-foot-tall tower featuring 317 hotel rooms and ground-floor retail, as well as a 27,0000-square-foot park that would rise on a City-owned portion of the site.

Urban Architecture Lab is designing the project, according to its initial study.

La Terra anticipates five-year timeline for construction of 777 Front Street, starting in August 2019 and concluding in June 2024.

A similar development is currently in the planning stages just east at the property which once housed the Burbank Ikea.

http://www.burbankca.gov/home/showdocument?id=43603

Rendering of 777 Front Street. Image via City of Burbank.
Rendering of 777 Front Street. Image via City of Burbank.
Rendering of 777 Front Street. Image via City of Burbank.
Rendering of 777 Front Street. Image via City of Burbank.
Rendering of 777 Front Street. Image via City of Burbank.
777 Front Street. Image via City of Burbank.

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