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Mission Hills/Hillcrest Branch Library

Location: Washington and Front streets

Mosher Drew, Manuel Oncina Architects and Ferguson Pape Baldwin Architects, C.W. Driver

Size: Approximately 15,000 square feet
Current Phase: Completed
Estimated Cost: $21,132,005

A new 15,000-square-foot facility replaced the previous 3,850-square-foot Mission Hills Branch Library located at 925 W. Washington St. and built in 1961. The San Diego Architectural firm Mosher Drew designed the project schematic, which was further developed by the C.W. Driver Design/Build team professionals, Manuel Oncina Architects and Ferguson Pape Baldwin Architects. The City has purchased the site and construction has begun.