The Burlingame Planning Commission is scheduled to review the proposed design for 620 Airport Boulevard during a public meeting tonight. The plans include two eight-story office buildings above a podium courtyard and parking along the San Mateo County bayfront. The project is listed as owned by Boca Lake Office Inc, a subsidiary led by Lawrence Lui, a prolific developer of hotels and housing across the country.
The Burlingame Planning Commission is scheduled to review slightly expanded plans for 1855-1881 North Rollins Road, by San Mateo County’s southernmost BART Station. The commission is expected to vote on the project, which could add 420 new transit-adjacent homes, with even more parking on-site. The Danville-based Hanover Company is responsible for the applicant.
A new design will be reviewed today by the Burlingame Planning Commission for 777 Airport Boulevard. The 12-story office tower will rise along the San Mateo County bay trail just south of SFO. The building design is by Gensler for the San Francisco-based real estate firm Lincoln Property Company.
The Burlingame Planning Commission is scheduled to review plans for a new research and development project at 1669-1701 Bayshore Highway and 810-821 Malcolm Road by San Mateo County’s bayside waterfront. Construction will create two new office buildings and a parking garage. The project is a joint venture with King Street Properties and Helios Real Estate Partners.
Updated plans will be reviewed tomorrow by the Burlingame Planning Commission for an expansive new life sciences campus at 1200-1340 Bayshore Highway along the San Mateo County bayside coast. The project would replace 12 acres with over 1.5 million square feet across three 11-story buildings. DivcoWest is the project developer.