California State University Board Grants Final Approval for $164 Million Residence Hall

The 1,100-bed residence hall at California State University, Sacramento, will offer studio, two- and four-bedroom units. The 1,100-bed residence hall at California State University, Sacramento, will offer studio, two- and four-bedroom units.

Sacramento, Calif. — The trustees of California State University have given final approval for a $164 million student housing community to be built on the California State University, Sacramento campus.

A public-private partnership between the university, Greystar and the university’s nonprofit affiliate, University Enterprises Inc., will develop the community. The 360,000-square-foot development will offer 1,100 beds in studio, two- and four-bedroom, apartment-style units. The property will also feature a clubhouse; café; fitness center; community room; an outdoor pool; sand volleyball; a bocce court; barbecues; and 546 surface-level parking spaces. The development team is scheduled to break ground on the project in May, with completion set for summer 2021. The first phase of the project, which includes relocating the Dan McAuliffe Memorial Ballparks to a new location, is currently underway. The project was designed by Steinberg Hart architects and will be constructed by Sundt Construction.

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