Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center
To address aging medical office buildings and address parking issues and medical provider deficits in member communities, Kaiser Permanente proposed to implement a 3-phase project, which would include new and/or replacement medical office buildings and parking on a 15.34-acre site.
- 277,000 gross square building feet
- 15.34-acre campus
- Project is ongoing
Redevelopment of the Kaiser Permanente LAMC campus will likely require numerous documents, permits, and approvals including, an environmental impact report, site plan, demolition and building permits, Project Permit Compliance approval, Conditional Use Permit, Specific Plan Amendment, and other entitlements and approvals.
We are currently preparing an EIR for the Project, which would proceed under a Master Plan/Development Plan Permit. Due to its location and surrounding land uses, unique issues for the project include aesthetics, noise, traffic, and community engagement. Extensive public outreach is being conducted as a part of the overall CEQA process.
In Our Words
“Helping clients successfully complete the CEQA process for interesting and challenging healthcare projects is an incredibly rewarding experience. It feels great to know we are helping communities gain access to high quality medical care right in their own neighborhoods.”
Ruta K. Thomas, REPA
Senior Project Manager