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Burbank is different than other cities within Los Angeles
because it is it’s own city although it is only 10 minutes away by car to get
to Hollywood. Residents are attracted to
the safety and security offered by it’s on police and fire departments, highly
rated schools and great hospitals.
Known as the “Media Capital of the World,” many media and
entertainment companies are headquartered or have significant facilities in
Burbank, including The Walt Disney
Company, Nikelodeon, Warner Music Group and Warner Bros. Entertainment .
Burbank is a very well kept city. It’s clean, well managed
and easy to get around. There are tons of beautiful public parks, sports fields
and walking trails, like the Chandler
Bikeway , a landscaped bikeway and pedestrian path, which many of the city
locals walk, bike ride and rollerblade for miles and enjoy the mountain views
in the distance. There are so many wonderful things to do in Burbank, like
enjoying music of the Burbank
Philharmonic Orchestra, visiting the Los Angeles Equestrian Center, watching
a great concert at the Starlight Bowl
and shopping at The Downtown Burbank Mall.
Burbank is located in two distinct areas, with it’s downtown
and civic center nestled along the foothills of the Verdugo Mountains and then the Western End of Burbank that borders
Toluca Lake and North Hollywood.
Downtown Burbank has
great restaurants, shopping and entertainment. The San Fernando Strip portion
of Downtown is designed as a modern urban village with apartments above the
If you travel west along Magnolia Blvd. closer to Buena
Vista and Hollywood Way, you will find some adorable antique shops, boutiques,
thrift stores, corner markets, cafés and restaurants. It has more of charming,
One of the nicest things about Burbank is that there are
homes for people at different stages of life in every neighborhood and families
with different budgets can afford to purchase property in Burbank.
Here are some of the neighborhoods within Burbank:
Rancho Adjacent Neighborhood
Rancho Adjacent stems from the Verdugo and Providencia area
rancho land segmentation, going east from between Verdugo and Hollywood Way,
all the way to “upper Burbank. It reaches to Glenoaks (Northeast) above the 5
Freeway. Along it’s southern border horizontal to the 134 Ventura Freeway, the
Rancho Adjacent Neighborhood is one of the most prized residential
neighborhoods in Burbank. There are gorgeous oak trees and sycamore trees that
line the streets. The zoning allows residents to keep horses on their property.
Real estate sells at a premium due to it’s equestrian zoning, numerous parks,
connection to riding trails in Griffith Park and it’s adjacency to Warner
Brothers and Disney Studios.
Magnolia Park is bordered by West Verdugo Avenue to the
South and Chandler Boulevard to the North and is known for it’s small-town
feel, shady streets and Eisnenhower-era storefronts. Many of the properties in
the neighborhood were built in the 1930’s and 1940’s and have guest houses or
are zoned for 2 properties on a lot. A central part of this community is
Magnolia Blvd with it’s many great restaurants, shops and cafés and the famous Porto’s Bakery.
Burbank North Estates
The Burbank North Estates neighborhood is a beautiful
neighborhood in the Verdugo Hills with gorgeous views of the city below. Residents
enjoy mountain breezes in these hills, which can be a nice break in the middle
of summer. The area includes Lamer Road, Brace Canyon to Rolling Ridge, Rolling
Ridge to Haven Way, Haven Way to Viewcrest Drive, Viewcrest Drive to Joaquin
Drive, Joaquin Drive to Irving Drive, Irving Drive to North Kenneth Road and
North Kenneth Road to Keystone Street. Keystone street curves into Lamer and
the enclosed area is the Burbank Estates neighborhood and in the center of it, is
Brace Canyon Park. Brace Canyon Park is perfect for BBQ’s and picnics and birthday
parties. It has basketball courts, a baseball field, tennis courts and even a
This neighborhood has a wonderful family vibe. It’s somewhat
isolated from Burbank below and has almost no commercial properties.
The Burbank Northwest District spans along the streets
southeast of the Burbank Airport
along the railroad tracks, across Empire
Center to McCambridge. This area is about quiet living and industrial
commerce. Many of the homes were built in the 1930’s and 1940’s and have a
great family neighborhood feel with east access to shopping, parks and
restaurants. Parks inside the Northwest District include Ralph Roy Park, Pacific Park,
Whitnall Highway North, Valley Park and McCambridge on the
Media Center District
The Burbank Media District spans from Forest Lawn to the 101 Hollywood Freeway, where it meets the
Ventura 134 Freeway and Tujunga. This neighborhood has many production
companies and movie and television studios, which is conveniently located close
to the Hollywood corridor. This neighborhood has adorable homes and is perfect
for someone who works in the Entertainment Industry and frequents the studios.
This area is also a wonderful alternative to Hollywood and the Westside.
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