University of California, Los Angeles Camps (Designated as Public Facility in the City of Los Angeles General Plan and Zoning)
The proposed Project involves construction and operation of a new Basketball Practice Facility (up to 37,000 gsf) to accommodate both men's and women's basketball training programs of the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. The proposed facility would be built near Pauley Pavilion at the south end of the Los Angeles Tennis Center in the Central zone of the campus. The two-story building would accommodate men's and women's practice gyms, locker rooms, training, and support facilities. Display space within the building would be provided to honor current and former UCLA Basketball student-athletics.
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California Department of Transportation, District 7 (DOT)
Educational (75,000 gsf Football Performance Center)
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