Zoning: PF-1D (Public Facilities, Height District 1, Development Limitation/General Plan: Public Facilities
The project would renovate the existing George C. Page Museum and add a new one-story museum building, increasing the total museum square footage from 63,000 gsf to 105,000 gsf. The new building would have additional space for exhibits, classrooms, and laboratories. The existing parking lot would be shifted to the northeast and add up to 5-10 additional parking spaces. Within Hancock Park, the project would add a pedestrian path, enhanced recreation areas, additional seating and rest areas, and new site entry plazas at Wilshire Blvd/S. Curson Ave. and on W. 6th Street. Landscaping would be enhanced throughout the site, including addition of native vegetation plantings and a garden bioswale to improve stormwater infiltration. Phased construction would occur over approximately 7 to 10 years.
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California Native American Heritage Commission (NAHC), California Department of Fish and Wildlife, South Coast Region 5 (CDFW)
Office (Sq. Ft. 10000, Acres 0.3, Employees 20), Educational (Museum; 20,000 square feet), Recreational (Recreational uses), Other (Institutional)
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