Zoning: 5.5 Medical and Science; General Plan Designation: Research/Industrial
Hoag Hospital Irvine is requesting approval (00816357-PCPM) to increase the number of hospital beds from 166 to 391, and increase the hospital intensity on the Project site from the originally approved 575,559 square feet to 1,007,711 square feet (proposed Project). The Project site is at 16100–16300 Sand Canyon Avenue in Irvine. In the existing condition, the approximately 24.5-acre Project site is currently composed of Hoag Hospital Irvine, an approximately 15-net-acre campus at 16200 Sand Canyon Avenue on Assessor’s Parcel Numbers (APNs) 466-091-18 and -19. The Project site also includes the Rhodes Development Medical Office Building (Rhodes MOB) at 16300 Sand Canyon Avenue on APNs 466 091-16 and -17. The proposed Project would add 436,740 sf of hospital services with 225 beds, approximately 260,000 sf of hospital support services, a 47,550 sf Central Utility Plant, an 8,000 sf auditorium and conference center, 2 parking structures, and surface parking areas. Upon Project buildout, the building area on the Project site would total 1,123,473 sf, representing an increase of 752,290 sf compared to existing conditions.
Other (Hospital: expansion of 752,290 square feet)
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