The purpose of the Proposed Action is to provide for an upgraded facility to replace the existing substandard Main Base Exchange (MBE) that will meet the commercial needs of military personnel and their dependents at Los Angeles Air Force Base (LAAFB). The Proposed Action would involve the construction of up to 93,925 square feet (SF) of space to accommodate retail and commercial services as well as Base administrative functions at LAAFB located at 2400 E. El Segundo Boulevard in the City of El Segundo. Services would include a military clothing sales store (MCSS), a Class Six store, a food court, mainstore base exchange, and mall circulation. The proposed action would replace approximately 380 existing parking spaces and would involve demolition of Buildings 241 (Security Police Operations and Heating Plant), 242 (Gymnasium and Warehouse/Equipment Storage), 243 (Office of Special Investigations/Thrift Shop/Environmental Engineering), and 244 (MBE). It is anticipated that the new facility would generate approximately 475 additional trips per day to the base, the majority of which would the Aviation Boulevard and El Segundo Boulevard intersection.
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