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The new 1453 stall, 5 level parking structure is slated to sit adjacent to the brand new Events Center, on the southeast corner of campus.  This should help to alleviate the parking crunch caused by the growth of the campus.

 

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The 8775 Magnolia Student Housing Project is located on a non-contiguous 5 acre parcel just west of the CBU Main Campus, but included within the boundary of the California Baptist University Specific Plan Amendment (CBUSPA).  This project aspires to promote communal living for CBU students while providing a "home away from home" environment, giving them all that they need in a safe, secure, and comfortable student housing facility.  The building will consist of 93 units to accommodate 538 beds. The units will feature one, two, and three bedrooms, each having a private bathroom and common living, dining, and kitchen spaces. The facility will also include a CX Store, Fitness Center, and Outdoor Community Space. To be completed Fall 2020.

 

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The Study Place will be centrally located on campus core adjacent to the Anne Gabriel Library. The three (3) story, 47,000 square foot building continues the campus design theme of contemporary Mission Revival architecture. The Study Place is intended to be a versatile learning commons type facility that responds to current student demand for flexible study spaces of all types. The facility will feature locations for individual quiet study booths, dispersed library shelving, printing stations, open diverse flexible seating areas, and group collaborative gathering spaces along with a coffee bar / café.  Construction date TBD.

 

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This project is in combination with a widening of Adams Street between Briarwood and the 91 freeway.  The signal at Briarwood would provide a main point of access to the CBU campus (similar to the entrance from Magnolia Avenue), and should help with traffic flow and accessibility to campus.

 

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A specific plan is a regulatory tool used by local governments to implement a general plan and guide development in a localized area. While a general plan is the overall guide to manage growth throughout the City, a specific plan is able to focus on the unique characteristics of a special area, such as the California Baptist University campus, by customizing land use regulations for that area. A specific plan is an important and valuable tool to allow the City to work with the neighborhood and stakeholders to create a vital document that reflects a shared vision and values protecting the surrounding neighborhood. A specific plan also helps to remove barriers and encourage compatible development in a defined area.

 

 

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The CBU Welcome Center will be a high volume one-story, 17,000 square foot facility housing Enrollment Services which includes both Undergraduate and Graduate Admissions.  The building includes a large reception area with high bay ceilings, an adjoining theatre / presentation space with moveable seating for 90 visitors with a portable stage and LCD Video Wall Display System, along with various small and large conference rooms. Exterior features include a large entry plaza suitable for orientation events and gatherings.  The building has a prominent location at the entrance to campus along Lancer Lane, adjacent to the Lancer Plaza and the CBU Events Center. Construction Date TBD.