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File #: 21-0534    Version: 1
Type: PC/DRC New Items Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 9/21/2021 In control: Design Review Committee
On agenda: 10/6/2021 Final action: 10/6/2021
Title: Design Review No. 5040-21, Hilbert Museum of California Art, 167 N. Atchison Street
Attachments: 1. Staff Report, 2. Attachment 1 - Vicinity Map, 3. Attachment 2 - Letter of Explanation, 4. Attachment 3 - Project Booklet, 5. Attachment 4 - Architectural Plans date stamped September 23, 2021, 6. Attachment 5 - Sign Program, 7. Attachment 6 - DPR Forms for 167 N. Atchison Street and 190 N. Cypress Street, 8. Attachment 7 - Staff Recommended Conditions of Approval, 9. Attachment 8 - Exceprt from the Santa Fe Depot Specific Plan
TO: Chair and Members of the Design Review Committee

THRU: Anna Pehoushek, Assistant Community Development Director

FROM: Kelly Ribuffo, Associate Planner - Historic Preservation


1. SUBJECT
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Design Review No. 5040-21, Hilbert Museum of California Art, 167 N. Atchison Street
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2. SUMMARY
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Recommendation of approval to the Community Development Director.
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The applicant proposes to renovate two buildings to create a 20,275 square foot expanded campus for the Hilbert Museum of California Art, including partial conversion of a parking lot into a central courtyard, installation of new landscape and hardscape, and a master sign and art program.
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3. BACKGROUND INFORMATION
Applicant/Owner: Chapman University
Property Location: 167 N. Atchison Street and 190 N. Cypress Street
General Plan Designation: Public Facilities and Institution (PFI)
Zoning Classification: Public Institutional - Specific Plan (P-I (S-P)): Chapman University Specific Plan
Existing Development: 10,275 square foot museum with accessory dance studio and 10,000 square foot dance school
Associated Application: Minor Site Plan Review No. 1045-21
Previous Design Review Committee (DRC) Project Review: None
4. PROJECT DESCRIPTION
The applicant, Chapman University, proposes to combine two properties and renovate two existing buildings to create an expanded campus for the Hilbert Museum of California Art. The existing Hilbert Museum building, located at 167 N. Atchison Street, will be renovated inside and out and combined with the current Judith A. Partridge Dance Center building, located at 190 N. Cypress Street. The Dance Center will be relocated to the Villa Park Orchards Packing House prior to the beginning of construction.
Exterior finishes on both buildings will be removed and overhauled to create a unified project design. Design features of the project include:
Architecture
* Smooth and medium texture stucco siding in Dunn Edwards Mission White and High...

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