Burbank is a Los Angeles-adjacent city with a population of 103.695 that was once nationally known as “beautiful Downtown Burbank”. The Stough Canyon Nature Center and Wildwood Canyon Park are both located in Burbank and offer spectacular view of the region’s natural beauty. In addition to parks, the city’s Park and Recreation Department coordinates numerous citywide community services including aquatics, arts and events, sports programs, and the outdoor, summer concert theater. Perfect for urban professionals and entrepreneurs seeking a downtown lifestyle with entertainment, shops and cafes at your doorstep. Committed to the next generation of talent, the Burbank Unified School District has been honored as “Distinguished” by the State of California and offers an excellent school system with over 15,00 students on 17 campuses. Burbank also boasts 10 private and parochial schools. Burbank’s single-family homes are in sought-after and well-established neighborhoods. Magnolia Park is a mix of California bungalows and Spanish and ranch style, convenient to nearby boutiques, parks and schools. Another such neighborhood is Media District near Warner Bros. Studios, complete with skyscrapers, a lively street scene, and trendy eateries.
Despite of being located just over Hollywood Hills, in the past Burbank was perceived as a bedroom community.
Today, that image has changed. Burbank still has its quiet residential areas, but crowded freeways have made this city a coveted real estate location with great schools and close proximity to major attractions. While it’s still the Valley, it’s not the “sleepy” Valley anymore.