Post Office (demolished) – Burlingame CA

City:
Burlingame, CA

Site Type:
Post Offices, Federal Facilities

New Deal Agencies:
Federal & Military Operations, Treasury Department

Contractors:
John M. Carmody - Federal Works Administrator, Louis A. Simon - Supervising Architect, Neal A. Melick - Supervising Engineer, Ulysses Floyd Rible - Consulting Architect, W. Englebert Reynolds - Commissioner of Public Buildings

Site Survival:
No Longer Extant

Description

The historic post office building in Burlingame, California was constructed during the early 1940s with federal funds. The building was sold to private interests in September 2014 and ceased its postal operations in January 2015. The building has since been demolished.

Source notes

Cornerstone
https://about.usps.com/news/state-releases/ca/2014/ca_2014_1231.htm

Site originally submitted by Evan Kalish on November 11, 2013.

Location Info


220 Park Road
Burlingame , CA 94010
San Mateo County

Coordinates: 37.57779, -122.34623

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One comment on “Post Office (demolished) – Burlingame CA

  1. @PostalRoadTrips

    This building has been demolished by greed and will soon be “Iconic New Downtown Office & Retail.”

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    This building has been demolished by greed and will soon be “Iconic New Downtown Office & Retail.”

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