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The historic Burlingame Post Office has been moved back from its temporary relocation and integrated into the new 220 Park mixed-use development

Historic Burlingame Post Office Integrated into 220 Park MXU

As the structure of the new 220 Park development in downtown Burlingame nears completion, a milestone has been achieved with the return and integration of the historic Burlingame Post Office building to its original location.  The 1,010-ton, 1940s-era post office had been temporarily relocated to facilitate construction on a two-level underground garage.  

The integration prepares the historic building to be transformed into restaurant space at the base of the six-story 220 Park development, a joint venture between Dostart Development Company (DDC) and Sares Regis Group of Northern California. Spanning 185,000 square feet of office and retail space, it’s part of the larger Town Square envisioned in Burlingame’s Downtown Specific Plan. 

“With the new Town Square anchored by a striking new restaurant within the historic Post Office building, our tenants will enjoy exceptional amenities, convenience and a thriving community right at their doorstep,” said Mollie Ricker, partner at DDC. 


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DDC's Ricker

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