The project site is currently used for academic related uses, and is designated as "Academic" in the 1990 UCSB Long Range Development Plan.
The proposed project would involve the construction of a four story 47,400 assignable square foot Life Sciences Building that would be primarily used by the Biological Sciences Departments. The proposed Life Sciences Building would contain research laboratories, instruction laboratories, office space, a lecture hall, a discussion classroom, and various supporting facilities. The proposed building would alleviate the existing deficiencies in space for instruction and research within the Biological Sciences Departments at the University of California Santa Barbara.
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