San Diego State University Student Health Services Facility Campus Master Plan 2003 MND Initial Study
NEG - Negative Declaration
Present Land Use
Zoning: RM-4-10, R1-5000. Land Use: Multi-Family Residential, Institutional/University Campus
The proposed SHS project will involve the construction of a new four-story building that will occupy a footprint area of 18,000 s.f. between Aztec Walk and Hardy Avenue. The proposed project footprint will occupy all of the existing 111-space parking lot J and an adjacent vacated parcel currenty occupied by a fraternity house. The proposed SHS will contain approximately 75,000 gross sf. of facility space over a single-level parking garage with capacity for 90 vehicles including visitor, emergency vehicles, delivery and handicap spaces. A new surface parking lot (Lot O) will also be constructed north of Aztec. Walk providing an additional 90 spaces for staff and special permit parking. Lot O will be used as the marshaling yard during construction. The majority of students are expected to access the SHS via Aztec Walk, which will be widened and enhanced with seating and landscaping to provide an outdoor plaza suitable for student events. The project related car traffic, while minimal, is anticipated to be east to west, as the Hardy Avenue frontage is presently a one-way street. The College Community Redevelopment Design Guidelines specify that all streets in this area will eventually be converted to a two-way traffic. The proposed project will be designed with this future conversion in mind. The site of the existing 35-year old SHS building, at the intersection of Campanile Drive and Hardy Avenue, will be incorporated into the College Community Redevelopment mixed use project.
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