Zoning: PF-1XL (Public Facilities)
Present Land Use: surface parking lots
The Current Campus Master Plan envisioned the development of two parking structures on the west and northwest areas of the main campus. As a result of a Parking Feasibility Study, the locations of the two proposed parking structures have been modified in response to several criteria. The Parking Feasibility Study concluded that the two parking structures to serve the western portion of the campus would be best located on current Lot M and straddling existing Lots A and B. Structure M: The development of this structure will require the removal of surface parking. The structure will be located in the southern portion of existing surface parking Lot M. The parking structure will contain approximately 1,500 parking spaces in four (4) levels (three levels plus roof-top parking). The northern portion of lot M will be reconfigured and remain as a surface parking lot for approximately 380 vehicles with access connections from these at-grade spaces to the new parking structure. The estimated 1,855 future parking spaces (1,500 in the 4-level structure and 380 at-grade spaces) will result in a net increase of approximately 1,000 parking spaces over the existing surface parking lot. Structure A/B: This new parking structure will be developed on the nothernmost portion of existing surface parking Lot A and the southernmost portion of existing surface parking Lot B. The proposed 4-level (three-levels plus roof-top parking) parking structure will contain approximately 2,000 parking spaces, plus approximately 150 spaces in an adjacent surface parking lot connecting Lot A with Lot B between the structure and Darby Avenue to the west. The remaining surface portion of Lots A and B will have access connections to the parking structure.
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