The site is an existing hospital zoned PL; designated on the General Plan as Institutional.
Los Robles is required to comply with a state law that mandates that the hospital provide critical services wtihin buildings that meet current seismic safety standards by 2013. The original hospital building, constructed in the 1960's, does not meet those standards, which were revised and upgraded after the 1971 Northridge earthquake. Los Robles intends to comply with the law by building a new 4-story patient care wing and adding a fourth floor to the recently constructed 3-story wing (the "2007 Wing"). The original building will be retained and can be used by the hospital for other functions that the law does not require to be in buildings that meet current seismic standards (e.g., office and administration, conference rooms, etc.).
Los Robles currently has about 375,000 gross square feet of building floor area (excluding parking structure) on its 13 acre campus. The project would add about 239,000 square feet. The existing 224 bed count will be boosted by 53 beds approved in a previous SUP but not constructed and 60 additional beds for a total of 337 beds.
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