1095 Rollins Road

150-unit, 6-story apartment building

The City of Burlingame has received an application for the construction of a new 150-unit apartment development at 1095 Rollins Road, Burlingame. The project site is composed of two parcels that currently contain a restaurant and elevated tennis courts, with parking below. The proposal includes merging the two parcels to create a 46,827 square foot site, demolishing the existing structures and constructing a new 6-story, 150-unit apartment building.

The proposal includes a subterranean garage containing both surface and stacked parking for 192 off-street parking spaces, with approximately 178 of the spaces provided in stackers. The units would include studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom units, with 10% (15 units) designated affordable for moderate income households, and therefore the project includes a request to use the State Density Bonus, including waivers and incentives.

The project site is currently zoned C-1 and the General Plan designation is Shopping and Commercial. The applicant is requesting a rezoning and General Plan Amendment to R-4, high density residential (51 units/acre and up). The proposed project would have a density of 140 units per acre.

Planning Commission Environmental Scoping and Design Review Study Meeting - January 28, 2019 - An environmental scoping and design review study meeting was held with the Planning Commission on January 28, 2019.  As this was a study meeting, no action was taken on the application.  

A video of this hearing can be viewed here:  January 28, 2019 Planning Commission hearing.
The project will be reviewed under CEQA with a CEQA document to be published later this year; a subsequent hearing will be held following the publication of the CEQA document. Please check this project page for updates. 

Project Planner
Catherine Keylon

Project Applicant                                                       
Scott Youdall                                                                  
The Hanover Company