The proposed North District Development Plan is a plant put forth by UC Riverside to provide up to 6,000 student beds on the East Campus on an approx. 55-acre site located in the northeastern portion of the camps. The NDD Plan includes Phase 1 which involves the construction of about 1,500 student beds and associated facilities by 2020 and a future phase(s) which involves the construction of up to 4,500 student beds and associated facilities between 2020 and 2024/5. The project site is developed with Canyon Crest Family Student Housing that was occupied by student families until 2017 and is currently vacant. The site is designated for Family, Apartments, and Residence Hall student housing and Related Support, and Athletics and Recreation in the UC Riverside 2005 Long Range Development Plan. Furthermore, as a student housing project, the proposed project would support current and projected enrollment on the campus.
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