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300 apartments for rent near Burbank, CA

Last updated July 23 at 10:00AM
AVA Burbank
401 N Pass Ave
Updated July 23 at 5:20AM
Studio
$1,590
1 Bed
$1,935
2 Bed
$2,369
Avalon Burbank
350 S San Fernando Blvd
Updated July 23 at 5:20AM
1 Bed
$2,420
2 Bed
$2,645
3 Bed
$3,370
1200 Riverside
1200 W Riverside Dr
Updated July 23 at 12:50AM
Studio
$1,510
1 Bed
$1,885
Waterstone Media Center
311 N Buena Vista St
Updated July 21 at 11:37PM
Studio
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1 Bed
$2,025
2 Bed
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1400 East Tujunga Ave Avenue
Burbank
Updated July 21 at 4:38AM
5 Bed
$5,500
201 E. Angeleno Avenue #128
Burbank
Updated July 22 at 1:38PM
2 Bed
$2,995
174 W Linden Avenue
Rancho Adjacent
Updated July 22 at 3:30PM
2 Bed
$1,395
N Pass Ave
Magnolia Park
Updated July 23 at 10:00AM
9 Bed
$10,112
634 North Reese Place
Chandler Park
Updated July 22 at 6:50AM
4 Bed
$3,995
640 View Drive
Burbank
Updated July 8 at 3:29AM
5 Bed
$6,000
540 East Angeleno Avenue
Burbank
Updated June 30 at 2:47AM
3 Bed
$3,400
810 S Sunset Canyon Dr
Burbank
Updated July 22 at 1:26PM
7 Bed
$8,500
111 North Whitnall Highway
McNeil
Updated July 23 at 1:20AM
3 Bed
$4,000
1331 N Myers Street
Northwest District
Updated July 19 at 12:25PM
3 Bed
$3,195
1425 N Hollywood Way
Northwest District
Updated July 22 at 1:33AM
1 Bed
$1,550
904 E San Jose Avenue
Burbank
Updated July 21 at 4:26PM
2 Bed
$2,900
2026 Bonita Avenue
Burbank
Updated July 22 at 3:21PM
3 Bed
$2,500
Kenwood Mews
230 N Kenwood St
Updated July 23 at 1:04AM
1 Bed
$2,145
2 Bed
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320 East Cedar
Burbank
Updated July 13 at 9:15AM
2 Bed
$2,150
3018 Haven Way
Burbank
Updated July 14 at 4:35AM
4 Bed
$6,500
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City Guide
Burbank
Know Your Neighbors

Like most cities in Los Angeles County, Burbank's borders and overall feel generally changes based how close you get to the borders of its neighbors. You and Burbank, however, have some pretty great neighbors.

North Hollywood is located to the southwest of Burbank and is an up-and-coming area with some decent nightlife. Yes, okay. Additionally, the NoHo Arts District keeps things creative and fresh.

To the east, Burbank is bordered by Glendale, which is a friendly LA suburb.

What this means for Burbank is that it has a good reputation with a slightly cheaper rental market than Glendale and LA proper. Burbank is a suburb of epic proportions, meaning that most public life exists in manufactured outdoor shopping malls and entertainment centers.

Wildlife

Burbank isn't all shopping malls and movie studios, however. The city is bordered to the south by Griffith Park, one of the largest municipal parks in the country with over 4,000 acres of land. Additionally, the large expanse of Angeles National Forest lies just east of the city.

Neighborhoods in Burbank

Burbank proper is considered a Valley city, which means that its located between the foothills of the Verdugo Mountains and the flat area of the San Fernando Valley. Because of its proximity to Angeles National Forest and Griffith Park, housing and development is concentrated in the western and northern reaches of town.

Downtown Burbank is home to the Media Center shopping, dining and entertainment area. Located within this pocket of development are several condos, duplexes and apartment buildings with a variety of amenities. Rentals in this area generally go for between $1200-1400 for a one bedroom.

Northern and Western Burbank have a similar feel to the downtown, though slightly less bustling. Many of Burbank's outdoor malls and shopping centers are located in these portions of the city. The primary development in this area is the Burbank Empire Center. Apartments in this area are quite desirable. One bedrooms in northern and western Burbank generally go for between $1300-1500, though more expensive rentals exist throughout these neighborhoods.

Rental Tips

Most Burbank rentals are done through the on-site property managers of large developments and complexes. If you are interested in living in a development--and hopefully you are because these buildings dominate the rental market--check out a few before you settle. On paper, many of these buildings have similar amenities, including laundry facilities, swimming pools and community centers, but various rental options distinguish them.

Most large apartment complexes offer flexible lease options. Six and twelve month leases are fairly commonplace, though many management companies offer leases for shorter than six months with a short-term fee tacked on to your rent. Deposits and application fees for these rentals generally add up to be about $50-100 more than one month's rent.

A few private rental houses do exist in certain parts of the city and these are mostly offered through the owners. Private homes will not have the amenities or flexible lease options of larger developments, but they offer a sense of privacy that can sometimes be lacking in planned communities.

Getting Around

There are a surprising number of public transportation options for the Burbank commuter. Express and local buses operated by LA's Metro will get you into Glendale, Hollywood and downtown Los Angeles.

Another option for the car-less commuter is the Metrolink train. The Ventura County Line has a stop at the Bob Hope Airport, and the Antelope Valley Line stops in downtown Burbank. Though this can be quite costly, the Metrolink is the fastest public transportation into Los Angeles's Union Station.

So, welcome to the Valley new Burbank resident! You'll be sure to find a comfortable apartment in Burbank's many new developments!