Present Land Use
The Project site is located at 10800 Magnolia Avenue has a General Plan land use designation of Mixed-Use Urban (MU-U) and is zoned CR-SP - Commercial Retail and Specific Plan (Magnolia Avenue) Overlay Zones. The off-site property located at 11510 Magnolia Avenue has a General Plan land use designation of Mixed Used Village (Mu-V) and is zoned R-1-7000-SP - Single Family Residential and Specific Plan (Magnolia Avenue )Overlay Zones. The off-site property located at 10821 Magnolia Avenue has a land use designation of Mixed Use Village (MU-V) and is zoned MU-V-SP - Mixed Use Village and Specific Plan (Magnolia Avenue) Overlay Zones.
Kaiser Permanente is proposing the redevelopment of approximately 15.5 acres of the existing 37.5-acre Medical Center in the City of Riverside to expand acute care medical service facilities and ancillary uses (proposed project). The expansion of the existing Medical Center is proposed to address the need for additional adult single occupancy and neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) beds, increase the capacity of operating rooms and interventional radiology, improve parking, and increase functional efficiencies in key clinical services, including the emergency department.
The proposed Project consists of a new, approximately 180,474-square-foot, five-story hospital tower with 152 new beds for a total number of 359 beds upon Project completion, a new 115,526 square foot two-story diagnostic and treatment (D&T) building, a 5-story (6 decks),1,200-space aboveground parking structure, and upgrades to the existing central utility plant, including installation of a new emergency generator. The Project also includes ancillary features such as a new patient drop-off canopy, driveways, walkways, surface parking, landscaping, lighting, and signage.
The proposed Project also includes construction of two off-site parking lots. Off-Site Area 1, 10821 Magnolia Avenue, encompasses 1.3 acres and would be developed with 87 parking stalls. Up to five construction trailers would be placed at Off-Site Area 1 during the Project’s construction phase. Off-Site Area 2, 11510 Magnolia Avenue, encompasses approximately 516 parking stalls. Project construction would occur over an approximate 4½ -year period in two major build phases. Phase 1 would construct the parking structure at the Medical Center campus and the two off-site parking lots. Phase 2 would construction the new hospital tower and D&T building at the Medical Center campus.