Parking Lot E is being closed to make way for the new Town Square & Mixed Use Development at the former US Post Office.
The parking lot will be closed in its entirety on January 10, 2022 to facilitate the construction of the redevelopment of the former US Post Office at 220 Park Road.
Once the 220 Park Road development is completed, a new town square is planned to be developed on the site of the former parking lot.
Where can I find parking nearby?
There are six city parking lots located within one block of Parking Lot E, plus the new 368-space parking structure one block away, entered on either Highland and Lorton Avenue just past Howard Avenue. Please refer to the map below, or download a pdf of the map.
Additional Parking Resources:
Parking Info & Lot Maps Webpage
Burlingame Avenue Parking Information and Map (pdf)
Where can I find more information on the 220 Park Road (Former Post Office) development?
There is a dedicated web page for the development at www.burlingame.org/220park. The page includes a description of the project, plans, and various background information. The development will involve restoration and adaptive reuse of portions of former post office, new office development with ground floor retail, and 280 below-grade parking spaces that will be available for public use on evenings and weekends. For additional information the development team can be contacted by emailing 220Park@dostart.com or by calling (650) 322- 0779.
What is the timeframe for construction of the 220 Park Road development?
Please refer to the timeline graphic below, which will be updated as construction progresses:
Where can I find more information on the town square that is being planned?
There is a dedicated web page for the town square at www.burlingame.org/townsquare. There has been a longstanding goal to build a town square in Downtown Burlingame, and a concept design has been prepared with input from the community. The town square is planned to be built after the 220 Park Road development is completed and the site is cleared of construction equipment. The 220 Park Road development will provide significant funding for the town square.