At UCLA Housing we have an ambitious long-term goal: to guarantee a place in university-owned housing to all incoming freshmen for all four years of their college career and to all incoming transfer students for two years.
Currently we guarantee incoming freshman students three years of university-owned housing but we still have farther to go to reach our goal of a four-year guarantee. See our entire housing master plan.
To get closer to our goal, we are breaking ground on three new projects this fall. Learn more about each project below and find out how the construction will impact you.
If you have any questions about our construction and renovation projects, call our Construction Hotline at (310) 206-7800.
Lot 15 Residence Hall
The Lot 15 Residence Hall project will provide 1,781 beds of on-campus housing for first- and second-year undergraduates. The students will be housed in a new 343,600-gross-square-foot (GSF) residence hall complex accommodating 311,700 GSF of residential space and 31,900 GSF of common space in two eight-level mid-rise structures.
For the 2019–2020 academic year, students living on The Hill can anticipate construction activity between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. on weekdays and 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Saturdays. Residents of Hitch Suites and Saxon Suites will be most impacted, as well as residents of Hedrick Hall, Hedrick Summit, Rieber Hall, Rieber Terrace, and Rieber Vista.
Southwest Campus Apartments
The Southwest Campus Apartments Project is located on the existing Warren Hall and Hillblom Center site in the Southwest campus zone, at 900 Weyburn Place North. The Project will accommodate approximately 321 graduate beds and 1,958 upper-division undergraduate beds in a combination of two-, three-, and four-bedroom apartments, with the majority of them 4 Bedrooms/4 Beds for graduates and 4 Bedrooms/8 Beds for undergraduates. Student support space will include ground level multi-purpose space, common study, meeting, mailroom and laundry facilities. The development will consist of (3) 8-10 story buildings totaling up to 591,100 GSF.
For the 2019–2020 academic year, students living near the intersection of Gayley, Veteran, and Weyburn Avenues can anticipate construction activity between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. on weekdays and 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Saturdays.
10995 Le Conte Avenue Apartments
The 10995 Le Conte Avenue Apartments will supply a total of 1,167 beds for upper division undergraduate students in the campus Bridge zone. The students will be housed in a new 302,008 GSF apartment building consisting of 278,356 GSF of residential space and 12,911 GSF of lobby and common space. The UCLA Extension building, a 93,500 GSF office space will be demolished to create a site for the new residential facility at the intersection of LeConte, Gayley, and Levering Avenues.
For the 2019–2020 academic year, students living near the intersection of LeConte, Gayley, and Levering Avenues can anticipate construction activity between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. on weekdays and 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Saturdays. Parking spaces will not be available in Gayley Court and Landfair apartments due to needs of the construction project. Glenrock West apartment will also have limited parking spaces available.
11130 Rose Avenue Apartments Renovation
This project is to renovate the 36 apartment units in the 11130 Rose Avenue building. Heating and air conditioning units will be replaced and new finishes will be provided in the living rooms and bedrooms. Scope of work in the kitchens and bathrooms will include removal and replacement of cabinets, countertops, plumbing fixtures, lighting, electrical fixtures, and finishes. Appliances in the kitchen will also be replaced.
This project also includes replacement of the directory, mailboxes, lighting, and finishes in the building lobby. Additional upgrades will include new signage and new lighting in the yard.
Covel Commons Dining Area Renovation (Phase 2)
This project is to upgrade the Covel Commons dining area including interior finishes, flooring, lighting, fixed and moveable furniture, electrical and data systems, and audio-visual systems.
Additional scope of work includes reconfiguration of food service platforms, upgrades to kitchen and food preparation areas (including new equipment), and converting a small private dining room into a walk-in cooler.