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Photo: FLLewis/Media City G -- Nickelodeon Animation Studios on West Olive Avenue in Burbank March 25, 2014

Nickelodeon expansion project clears major hurdle

Nickelodeon Animation Studio in Burbank has cleared a major hurdle in its quest to expand. Last night the Burbank Planning Board unanimously approved a plan, with a 4-to-0 vote, to construct a five-story office building and parking lot at 203 West Olive Avenue, right next to the Nickelodeon campus. The expansion plan includes a 113, 760 square-foot office building and a 137, 229 square-foot parking structure. The development would more than double the amount of office space on the Nick lot at 231-239 West Olive Avenue.... Read More →

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Artist rendering of proposed Nickelodeon office building

Important step today for Nickelodeon expansion plan

An ambitious plan to greatly increase the Nickelodeon Animation Studio campus on West Olive Avenue, between Victory Boulevard and Lake Street in Burbank, is set to go before the Burbank Planning Board tonight. The project would more than double the office space of the cable and television network from 72, 232 square feet to 185, 992 square feet, according the Burbank Community Development Department. The proposal involves the construction of a new multi-story office building of 113, 760 square feet and a 137, 229 square foot... Read More →

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Photo: FLLewis/Media City G --New paint job for Nickelodeon parking structure at Olive Avenue and Victory Boulevard in Burbank April 4, 2012

Can You Dig It? New paint job at Nickelodeon in Burbank

The new paint job for the Nickelodeon Animation Studio on Olive Avenue is definitely eye catching. The nearby Nickelodeon parking structure/adjacent building got the same treatment. This studio produces kid friendly animated series like “SpongeBob SquarePants” and “The Fairly OddParents.” A short while ago, Burbank City Council member Emily Gabel-Luddy brought up Nick’s new look at a council meeting and asked if  it is in line with city codes and regulations. What you think? Is it a dig or no dig?  

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