KTUA Transforms Shuttered Hospital Lot into Outdoor Gathering & Green Space

KTUA Transforms Shuttered Hospital Lot into Outdoor Gathering & Green Space

Featured in the SD Metro February 16, 2017

KTUA, a San Diego-based planning and landscape architecture firm, has transformed the parking lot of the formerly shuttered Cabrillo Hospital into a gathering and green space for the many students who study at the new home of the EF International Language Center.

Sitting vacant for several years, the old Cabrillo Hospital in the Point Loma area of San Diego is now owned by EF, which has transformed the building into an international education mixed-use campus with classrooms, residences and community spaces.

Brooke Whalen, a senior associate and landscape architect at KTUA, managed the project through completion. “We were really excited to work on this project from the very beginning. This was a great opportunity to participate in an urban-infill project that has enhanced the neighborhood. Prior to the project, it was an underutilized facility that sat vacant for a very long time, but now it is bustling with students,” said Whalen.

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