Burlingame is centrally located in San Mateo County making it a highly desired place to locate a business. From clean, green light industrial to modern office accommodations, business benefits from the close access to SFO, US 101 and US 280. From corporate giants to mom-and-pop delis, from high end retail to single employee service shops, Burlingame feeds business by virtue of its location and strong income demographic.
Long a destination for San Francisco residents fleeing the fog and cold, Burlingame has become a go-to spot for diners who love the historic nature of Burlingame Avenue the old-world charm of Broadway Avenue. With a convenient Caltrain stop at one of the oldest and best maintained train stations on the Peninsula, residents come from north and south to enjoy world class cuisine from every corner of the world.
Whether one visits Burlingame Avenue with its mix of familiar big retailers and exquisite high fashion shops, or chooses to stroll the charming neighborhood atmosphere of Broadway Avenue, or chooses the convenience of The Plaza, Burlingame has much to offer. With sterling streetscape projects that have transformed both major shopping thoroughfares into pedestrian delights, this is the perfect place for a shopping day.
Just ask those fortunate enough to live in Burlingame and they will tell you this is the best place on the Peninsula. Minutes from SFO. Superb health care options and a brand new, state-of-the art, seismically safe, architecturally pleasing hospital. Convenient Caltrain and BART access. Burlingame is the best place to live, whether you are renting in the quaint downtown , or owning your dream home in one of the distinctive neighborhoods, it doesn’t get any better than this.
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The City of Burlingame announced today a major commercial transaction that is expected to result in the construction of a nearly 800,000-square-foot global innovation campus on the site of the former Burlingame Drive-In Theatre property at 300 Airport Boulevard along the City’s bayfront near Coyote Point.
The City of Burlingame approved a development agreement for what is currently known as “Burlingame Point” on June 18, 2012, a project put forth by San Francisco-based Millennium partners. Since the City’s approval, other regional, state and federal regulatory bodies have granted necessary permit approvals for the development. The sale by Millennium to H&Q Asia Pacific announced today, assures that the project will be constructed and will soon create jobs and additional vitality in Burlingame and San Mateo County.
For more information about this project please contact the Burlingame City Manager’s Office.