UC Davis proposes to demolish and redevelop a 12-acre portion of the existing Tercero student housing area in the core campus at UC Davis. The project is located north of the existing Tercero Dining Commons building between Dairy Road and Bioletti Way. The existing 12 buildings provide dormitory housing for 800 students and were constructed in 1967. The buildings were recently evaluated for seismic safety and are in need of replacement. The project will redevelop the Tercero site with modern buildings providing increased seismic safety, improved energy efficiency, and an upgraded design for improved livability and student enjoyment. The proposed project will redevelop the site at a higher density, with 7 buildings totaling 280,000 s.f. and increasing the capacity of the housing area by 400 students to provide dormitory housing for 1,200 students.
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