Talaria construction update

Our devolvement team is excited to share with your the progress of construction at Talaria Burbank. Work is progressing quickly at the Talaria Construction site! As we get closer to pre-leasing we will be posting more updates on the progress of Talaria. 

Click play on the video above to see first hand how construction is progressing at the site. 

Talaria Burbank is a premium residential rental community being in the heart of the Burbank Media District, across the street from The Burbank Studios, iHeart Radio and Warner Brothers, and a short distance from The Walt Disney Company and Providence St. Joseph Medical Center. The project will be the first LEED-certified green residential community in the City of Burbank. Talaria’s exclusive retail tenant is Whole Foods Market.

Talaria Burbank will offer top of the line amenities including a screening room, state of the art gym with saunas and full locker rooms, dry bar, club room, wine storage facility, pet park, dog washing station, co-working space, business center, conference room and much more. 

While designing and constructing Talaria we have put a lot of thought into the environment. We want to offer our residents an environmentally conscious place to live. We will offer our residents EV charging stations, solar powered electricity, solar powered water heating, bicycle storage & repair facilities and more. 

Stay tuned to our website for more information...


While we have been preparing construction for Talaria At Burbank, Los Angeles Police and Fire Departments have been making use of the two block Talaria construction site.

Police officers and firefighters over the last few months have been practicing breaking through doors, rescuing hostages and crisis negotiations at the soon-to-be demolished properties in Burbank’s Media District which will become Talaria At Burbank.

The Cusumano Group is proud to support our brave Police and Firemen.

The Burbank Leader even wrote an article highlighting the benefit of the Police and Fireman training for the community.

To read the article visit: http://www.latimes.com/socal/burbank-leader/news/tn-blr-abandoned-burbank-buildings-come-in-handy-for-police-and-firefighter-training-20151027-story.html