Featured projects that are underway and in construction.
Below-market apartments that will house 761 graduate students in single-occupancy bedrooms. This project will triple the existing supply of university-owned housing for single UC Berkeley graduate students.
A transformative project with apartments for more than 770 students. The design and construction of Anchor House are being paid for in full by a philanthropic foundation. This will be Berkeley's first campus housing project dedicated to transfer students.
An existing UC Berkeley building at 2232 Piedmont Avenue will become a dedicated physical space for entrepreneurship. The building exterior will be restored, including accessibility improvements. Interior rooms will be thoughtfully refurbished as gathering spaces, conference rooms, lounges, and offices.
The existing bridge was constructed in 1965 and is along a hillside historically known to have landslides. A State-funded replacement bridge will be constructed in parallel to the existing one. Once constructed, Centennial Drive would be connected to the new bridge and the existing bridge demolished.
Renewing the existing Bechtel Engineering Center that overlooks Memorial Glade, the new building will add 35,500 square feet across two new floors. The building will be funded entirely by philanthropy.
The new home of the College of Computing, Data Science, and Society (CDSS) will be a collaborative space where faculty, students, researchers, and staff work together to create accessible and equitable educational opportunities and catalyze groundbreaking research to meet society’s greatest challenges.
With the aim of revitalizing the school's outdoor gathering areas, the project intends to create a more accessible, functional, and visually appealing environment for students, faculty, and visitors to meet and collaborate.
This project will create a more comfortable environment for patrons and ensure compliance with current codes and accessibility standards through refurbishments to the lawn seating, temporary support facilities, and emergency access lanes.
More than 60% of the site will be revitalized green space that includes a memorialization of the park’s past and historical significance. The project will build below-market apartments for more than 1,100 undergraduates and, in a separate building, 125 apartments of permanent supportive housing.
The Old Art Gallery building will be restored and structurally improved to house a new switch station. In doing so, the small brick building that began its storied life as a powerhouse more than 100 years ago will become a key component in UC Berkeley's 100% clean energy future.
This building will create a new hub for undergraduate instruction in the center of the UC Berkeley campus. It will serve as a centralized home for Letters & Science Advising and house more than 10 percent of the general assignment classrooms on the campus.