Burbank

population 104,709
med. household income med. income $66,111
med. home value $733,900 $733k

Burbank is home to a dynamic combination of Los Angeles’s cinematic, technological, and equestrian past. Houses in the tree-lined neighborhood are situated on undisturbed, spacious streets with a gentle balance of sunlight and shade. Burbank residents mostly work at one of the many aerospace or entertainment studios in the area. With organizations like the Los Angeles Equestrian Center and its proximity to Griffith Park, Burbank is also ideal for those who enjoy the outdoors.

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Burbank is home to creatives, professionals, artists and executives

The
Community

Lying on the easternmost part in the San Fernando Valley, the city of Burbank consists of the two distinct areas that include a downtown/foothill section and the flatlands. Due to the large presence of entertainment studios, more people actually work in Burbank than live in the city.

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Burbank is as much a home for young professionals and families as the movie industry
Burbank celebrates being a hub for the entertainment industry

The
culture

Burbank quickly became a hub for the entertainment industry in the 1920s and for aviation in the 1930s, which contributed greatly to a work force surge in Burbank. These industries remain relevant and active with The Walt Disney Company, Warner Brothers, and Bob Hope Airport being some of the top employers in the city.

Burbank is as much a home for young professionals and families as the movie industry
Burbank celebrates being a hub for the entertainment industry
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  • Lifestyle

    Burbank has developed into an entertainment destination with the popular Downtown Burbank district along San Fernando Boulevard and the Magnolia Park District contains wonderful boutiques and shops. Catch a flick at either AMC Burbank Town Center theaters,

    then grab a bite at Barney’s Beanery or craft beer and vegan fare at Tony’s Darts Away. As an incorporated city, Burbank has all of the amenities and selling points of a major city, but without the heavy congestion and commute times.

Great schools ratings 10
Monte Vista Elementary School 10/10
Anderson W. Clark Magnet 10/10

school
district

Great schools ratings 10
Monte Vista Elementary School 10/10
Anderson W. Clark Magnet 10/10

The top rated schools in the area are a part of the Burbank Unified School District and include R.L. Stevenson Elementary School, Thomas Jefferson Elementary School, and Burbank High School. The Burbank Unified School District is one of the most high-achieving, competitive school districts in the Los Angeles area, and continuously scores well above county and state averages.

  • Real estate
    market

    The Burbank real estate market has shown a small but steady gain over the last year seeing an 8 percent increase in median home sales.

    As Burbank continues to attract hip businesses and shopping hubs, the search for homes goes with it to serve the growing interest in living close to the energy of LA city, but without the congestion.

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