REDWOOD CITY, Calif. — Kaiser Permanente recently received approval from the Redwood City Planning Commission to build a four-story, 197,800 square foot MOB at 1175 Marshall St., within its campus just southeast of downtown.
Local news media reports that plans approved Feb. 6 call for the on-campus MOB to house specialty care clinics, conference rooms, a gift shop, a cafe, and health education and support services on the first floor; outpatient surgery and offices on the second floor; and more specialty care clinics and offices above. There will be a total of 143 doctors’ offices and 116 exam rooms. Plans also call for a surface parking lot and three levels of underground parking, providing a total of 539 automobile parking spaces and 81 bicycle parking spaces.
Kaiser already has a hospital, four MOBs and three administrative buildings on the campus. Two of the office buildings will be demolished as part of the two-phase project.
Due to the size and high visibility of the future MOB on Veterans Boulevard, which is considered the gateway to Redwood City, several architectural and other modifications were made during the almost year-long city approval process.
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