Fuller Theological Seminary Master Plan Amendment


The proposed project are amendments to the current Master Plan and Development Agreement (adopted in 2006) for Fuller Theological Seminary (Fuller), located at 135 North Oakland Avenue in the City of Pasadena, Los Angeles County, CA.  The proposed Master Plan Amendment would reconfigure the 2006 Master Plan boundaries and forfeit development rights for all development previously approved and not constructed except for a 35,000 square-foot chapel. The amended Master Plan would also include a decrease in the student enrollment capacity from 2,014 campus-students to 1,090 students (950 campus students and 140 partially online/on-campus students).  Parking will continue to be provided through on- and off-site parking, on Fuller-owned properties, as well as through lease agreements on non-Fuller-owned properties. The proposed project would also terminate the existing Development Agreement between Fuller and the City.

The 2006 Master Plan area comprises approximately four square blocks and is bounded by E. Union Street to the south, N. Los Robles Avenue to the west, Corson Street to the north, and N. Madison Avenue to the east, with one parcel located east of N. Madison Avenue. The amended Master Plan boundary would create a noncontiguous area focused on Fuller’s ‘core’ properties, and would be comprised of approximately nine acres consisting of Chang Commons, located southwest of the Corson Street/N. Madison Avenue intersection; Student Services Center, located midblock east of N. Madison Avenue between Corson Street and E. Walnut Street; Psychology Building, located southeast of the E. Walnut Street/N. Oakland Avenue intersection; and the campus center including the library, administrative buildings and classrooms, the cafeteria, Arol Burns open space, and a future chapel site, located midblock north of E. Union Street.



CASE MANAGER: David Sinclair
EMAIL: dsinclair@cityofpasadena.net