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Burbank

About Burbank

104,391 in city
17,820,893 in metro
44 km² (17 mi²)
184.724822998 m
Founded in 1887 and incorporated in 1911, Burbank is located in the eastern part of the San Fernando Valley, in Los Angeles County. It is bisected by the Golden State Freeway. With a wide variety of television and film production studios, Burbank is known as the "Media Capital of the World." The city also boasts the tallest building between San Francisco and Los Angeles, a 450 mile stretch of California real estate.

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No. of Buildings

No. Current status
94 All Buildings
82
existing
3
planned
8
unbuilt
1
demolished

Tallest Buildings

# Building Height Year
1 The Tower 460 ft 1988
2 3800 West Alameda 288 ft 1985
3 Holiday Inn Burbank Tower Two - 1991
4 Holiday Inn Burbank Tower One - 1981
5 The Pointe - 2009