The Holiday House 348 Lorton Ave, Burlingame, CA94010 The Holiday House, owned by sisters Brenda Paige and Cynthia Russel, specializes in gifts and antiques. Its inventory…More rotates through a variety of holiday themes; during October, it becomes a haunted house and during March, it is decorated for Saint Patrick's Day. Its interior features three rooms, all of which are decorated lavishly in designer accent pieces, seasonal hand-crafted goods and shabby-chic antiques. One of the rooms is kitchen-themed and offers gourmet foods such as carrot cupcakes.
Burlingame Hotel 287 Lorton Ave, Burlingame, CA94010 Unlike conventional hotels, the Burlingame hotel fosters the residential community. It houses long-term patrons, by the…More week or by the month. The hotel also offers low income housing for locals who must undergo a qualification process.
House of Bagels 260 Lorton Ave, Burlingame, CA94010 More than your usual bagel shop, House of Bagels offers patrons sandwiches on-the-go, as well as a variety of fresh-made…More bagels and spreads. Platters are also available for take-out.
Barrow Freight Systems 1633 Bayshore Hwy, Burlingame, CA94010 Barrow Freight Systems is a subsidiary of Napadoor & Trace Supply Company. It provides in-house freight logistics…More services exclusively for these two companies.
Jackson Russell E Construction 835 Walnut Ave, Burlingame, CA94010 Since 1990, Russel E Jackson Construction has provided construction and homebuilding services in the Burlingame. It…More works primairly on residential housing projects.
The American Red Cross Bay Area chapter is a 24-hour response unit for local disasters. This chapter would…More be alerted by the fire department in case of a flood, mudslide or house fire. It receives a house fire call at least once a day. The chapter offers disaster servises for San Mateo County residents, as well as other areas, if needed.
Disaster services also responds to families that have been displaced due to a fire or other disaster, and provides short-term lodging, comfort kits and resources in order for these families to acquire basic needs. It also helps provide those families with strategies for long-term recovery.