The project would provide a college curriculum including transfer and vocational curriculum, degree programs, certificate programs, and skill set certificates for 12,000 students. The project would re-use Bldgs. 1 & 3, as well as developed surface parking and a parking structure. Approximately 418,900 gross sf within Bldg. 1 & 3 would accommodate the required administrative, academic, vocational, and other support facilities. Bldg. 2, the LAUSD - occupied Bldg., would not be utilized for the college uses and would continue to be used by LAUSD in its current condition. Bldg. 4 would be demolished to accommodate the proposed parking structure, and a universal playing field that would be located adjacent to and west of the parking structure. No new development or college uses are proposed on the western part of the project site.
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Educational (418,900 gross sf for 12,000 students)
Master Plan, Use Permit
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