1095 Rollins Road, Burlingame, CA 94010
Bringing Nature Home to Burlingame
... are here for a reason. They understand the benefits of living mindfully and having nature within arm’s reach. More than a short-term solution, we’re bringing new to Burlingame: a breath of fresh air and new perspective.
What's Good In The Neighborhood
Just how much enjoyment can you squeeze out of one apartment community? A whole heck of a lot, especially with amenities like these. Take a look at what's good in the neighborhood.
Let the warm water and the lush greenery take you down to Mellowtown.
Working From Home
The clubhouse lounge is the perfect place to get work done. It's also a great place to go to hang out and avoid doing any actual work. Best of both worlds.
Furry Friends Can Skip The Scale
Whether your furry friend likes to cozy up in their own bed, or feels more at home on a California King, pets of all sizes are welcome at our neighborhood.
Ronald McDonald House
We are proud to sponsor Ronald McDonald House through our Promethean Outreach and Community Help (Porch) program. Ronald McDonald House is a nonprofit family & children's charity dedicated to supporting families with sick children in their time of need.
Pricing & Floor Plans
Pricing and availability subject to change, plus additional costs for utilities and third-party maintenance services.
Burlingame Avenue, or “The Ave” as the locals call it, is the main shopping and dining district in the city. This vibrant street is lined with boutiques, restaurants, and cafes. It's a great place to shop, grab a meal, or do a little people watching.
Burlingame Museum of PEZ Memorabilia
This one will take you back. If you're a fan of the iconic PEZ candy dispensers, a visit to the Burlingame Museum of PEZ Memorabilia is a must. This unique museum claims to have at least one example of every PEZ dispenser ever sold.
Situated along the San Francisco Bay (duh), Bayfront Park offers stunning views of the water, walking trails, picnic areas, and a playground. It's a popular spot for jogging, biking, and bird-watching and it’s also the entry point to Coyote Point Recreation Area.