The proposed Project would demolish and remove an existing structure at 390 Navy Way on Terminal Island. The building is out of compliance with fire/life safety code requirements and must either be retrofitted or demolished. Because there are no current land uses or future plans associated with the structure, it is more cost-effective to demolish the building. The building is 51,000 sf and will be removed along with perimeter sidewalks and planters for a total of 78,000 sf. No new structure will be built as a result of the project. The site is not identified on the Cortese List (Government Code Section 65962.5). Demolition would begin fall 2014 and take approximately six weeks.
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