The Master Plan includes a vision plan, implementation plan, and development code to guide future development code to guide future development over the next 20 years on the project site. The maximum development capacity allowed by the Master Plan will be analyzed in the EIR to provide a conservation estimate of potential impacts from the project. The Master Plan would allow development of up to approximately 875,000 sf of commercial and office space; a renovated or new hospital with up to 468 beds; approx 147,000 sf of continuum of care space; up 150 hotel rooms; 275 single-family residential dwelling units; 965 multifamily residential dwelling units; redesign of the internal circulation system; and other infrastructure systems.
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