Burlingame Top Ten Most Expensive Luxury Homes

Top 10 Most Expensive

These gorgeous and spacious Burlingame properties are nestled in southern San Mateo County in the San Francisco Bay Area. Styles include Old Spanish, Tudor and ultra modern. You will find that many of these properties are surrounded with lush greenery. Additionally, some are within a comfortable walk to restaurants and award-winning schools. Prices for these…

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Burlingame’s 10 Most Affordable Homes

Affordable homes in Burlingame CA

Burlingame, CA, which is located in the San Francisco Bay Area, offers an attractive variety of affordable home choices that range from condominium living to cozy suburban single-family houses. One house provides a working and living space if you dream of working out of your home. Prices for these homes start at $918,000 and run…

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Taste and Take event to benefit girls’ school

Wine, spirits, live music

Mercy High School in Burlingame CA will benefit from the proceeds of a Taste and Take party at the Kohl Mansion (2750 Adeline Drive) Friday, Nov. 22, 7-10 p.m. The festivities feature local wines, craft beers, spirits, food and live music at the beautiful Burlingame landmark. Why Mercy High School? Mercy High School is a…

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City of Burlingame CA seeks community input

Biking and pedestrian improvememts

The City of Burlingame CA is working on its updated master plan for bicycle and pedestrian accommodations. So the city is conducting a community workshop Nov. 20 (Wednesday) to begin the process of receiving input from residents regarding the plan that has been laid out so far. The workshop takes place 6:30-8:30 p.m. in Lounges…

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Enjoy ‘A Day at the Museum’

Day at the Museum

Leads Club San Mateo is hosting “A Day at the Museum” at the Peninsula Museum of Art and Studios in Burlingame, CA Nov. 9 (Saturday) 1:30-3:30 p.m. The event offers guests the opportunity to stroll through the art displays, see wearable art in action and network with artists, entrepreneurs and other business people. A museum…

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City of Burlingame CA plans mixed-use neighborhood

Burlingame RFP

Photo Credit: Melissamn Leaders in the City of Burlingame, CA are busy with the planning process for a building project in the North Rollins Road area. This process involves the city issuing a Request for Proposal (RFP) directed to consultants, consultant teams and multi-disciplinary companies. The RFP invites these contractors to submit their proposals for…

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Burlingame CA committed to the beauty of trees

Burlingame CA protects trees

The city of Burlingame CA demonstrates its commitment to the environment and the benefits trees offer it by protecting local trees. In fact, the city designates certain trees, including those on private property, as “protected trees”. Trees receive this designation if they have a circumference of 48 inches and a height of 54 inches above…

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Burligame CA looks forward to new Community Center

New Burlingame Community Center

Burlingame CA officials excitedly broke ground June 25 this year for the city’s new Community Center. This 37,000 square foot community center will house a fitness studio, teen center, active lounge, community room, music studio, ceramics and fine arts workshops, technology shop and active lounge. The price tag is $40 million. The city plans to…

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Burlingame rent control debate continues

rent control in Burlingame

Housing can be tight in the Bay Area, which causes rents to rise to near unaffordability for many working tenants trying to keep up with rents. However, there is more than meets the eye when it comes to rental issues in Burlingame and other California cities. There is a battle royale going on in many…

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