Public Recreation Park Proposed At 410 Airport Boulevard In Burlingame, San Mateo

410 Airport Boulevard Site Plan410 Airport Boulevard Site Plan via SERA Architects

The application for Environmental Scoping, Commercial Design Review, Conditional Use Permit, and Parking Variance has been filed for a project at 410 Airport Boulevard in Burlingame, San Mateo. The project proposal includes the construction of a new public recreation park and education center.

California State Lands Commission is the property owner. SERA Architects Inc is the architect responsible for the design concepts. H.T. Harvey & Associates is the landscape architect. The Sphere Institute is the project applicant.

410 Airport Boulevard

410 Airport Boulevard via SERA Architects

Named The Park at 410, the nature park will span on a property site measuring 10.23 acres. The project site is currently vacant, with an existing FAA tower, an unimproved portion of the Bay Trail along the bay side, and two substandard parking surfaces. The park will sit adjacent to office buildings, a restaurant, Sanchez Channel, and San Francisco Bay. The recreation park will include an education center building spanning an area of 8,564 square feet.

410 Airport Boulevard Section

410 Airport Boulevard Section via SERA Architects

The project will also restore the natural tidal marsh ecology of this portion of the San Francisco Bay shoreline

The project is pending approval and a review meeting will be held on February 14 at 7 PM, details of which can be found here.

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