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Southern California Student Housing & Higher Education Summit

Thu Jun 27, 2024

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Southern California Student Housing & Higher Education Summit

Planning, Developing, Constructing & Designing College Campuses And Universities

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Thursday June 27 2024 @ 8:00 AM PDT

$129.00

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Speakers and Panels

The Next Generation Of Student Housing

Re-Imagining Student Living & Value-Add Projects

Fred Pierce

Fred Pierce

President & CEO, Pierce Education Properties
Hemlata Jhaveri

Hemlata Jhaveri

Associate Vice Chancellor Housing & Hospitality, UC San Diego
Mathilda Bialk

Mathilda Bialk

Principal, Studio E Architects
David McCullough

David McCullough

Principal, McCullough Landscape Architecture

Public Private Partnerships

Leveraging P3's To Build, Acquire, Finance & Operate Campus Housing & Academic Buildings

Natalie Greenberg

Natalie Greenberg

COO, MJW Investments
Karri Novak
Moderator

Karri Novak

VP, Suffolk Construction

Why You Don't Want to Miss This Conference

What You'll Learn: 

  • What trends are shaping the student housing market in Southern California? 
  • What opportunities are present in the Los Angeles, Orange County and San Diego student housing markets currently? 
  • How have the student housing needs changed in the past few years and how is this affecting the surrounding communities? 
  • What amenities and innovations are being considered and implemented in student housing units to accommodate the needs of students attending college? 
  • How are Southern California universities incorporating health, wellness and safety when building and upgrading campus buildings today? 
  • What creative strategies are universities taking to produce housing in markets known for lack of supply? 
  • Which government policies affect student housing, and how can these policies benefit the industry? 

 

Projects To Be Discussed:

UC San Diego - Theatre District Living and Learning Neighborhood: 2,000 undergraduate beds (phased opening 2023 and 2024) The Theatre District Living and Learning Neighborhood would include five buildings ranging in height from 9 to 21 stories to provide approximately 2,000 new beds for undergraduate students, residential life and administration offices for a new college, general assignment classrooms, meeting space, restaurants and retail space for approximately 900,000 gross square feet total /// Pepper Canyon West: 1,300 undergraduate beds (opening Fall 2024) Pepper Canyon West Living and Learning Neighborhood would provide approximately 1,300 single-occupancy rooms for transfer and upper-division students in response to high demand for below market on-campus housing. The project would comprise 580,500 gross square feet in two  22- and 23-story towers, with connected five-story buildings featuring outdoor terrace seating. The project also includes retail, open spaces in two large courtyards and access to canyon trails. Adjacent to the Central Campus station of the UC San Diego Blue Line trolley, Pepper Canyon West Living and Learning Neighborhood is within a five-minute walk of the Gilman Transit Hub, providing extensive public transit options /// Ridge Walk North Living and Learning Neighborhood: 2,400 undergraduate beds (opening Fall 2025) Ridge Walk North Living and Learning Neighborhood project would provide approximately 2,400 new student beds on the San Diego campus. The program would include space for student dining and fitness, replacement space for programs currently in structures to be demolished for the project, and permanent space for the Marshall College academic program and student support services. It also includes significant public realm improvements as well as community building space for students that incorporates programs, such as ESports, a glass lab, and Basic Needs.

The Michaels Organization - Orchard Park /// The Green at West Village

Pierce Education Properties - Topaz: 169 beds and 10,000 sf of retail space (Opened Fall 2023) /// College View: 301 beds (Opening Fall 2024)

Champion Real Estate Company - New Development, Victory at SDSU, 226-Bed Student Housing Development at San Diego State University, Located Directly Across from Campus, 5505 Lindo Paseo, San Diego, CA 92115 /// Value-Add Investment, University Village Fullerton, 427-Bed Student Housing Redevelopment at Cal State Fullerton, Renovated Existing Building. Converted former Cafeteria and Tuck Under Garages to 21 Accessory Dwelling Units., 2000 Oxford Ave, Fullerton, CA 92831

HPI Architecture - Orange Coast College - The Harbour: Costa Mesa, CA; 814 beds; 317,200 SF (Opened 2020) /// Compton College: Compton, CA; 250 beds;  90,000 SF; Volumetric Modular Housing (Est. Completion 2025) /// LA City College – Programming and Criteria Documents - HPI was recently retained by LACCD to develop and document programming and design criteria for a 700 plus bed student housing community adjacent to the District’s Los City College Campus. This project has been conceptualized as an urban solution – six stories of housing with community amenities, for-lease retail space, and exterior recreation at the street level.

McCullough Landscape Architecture - Plaza Lindo Paseo Student Housing, San Diego, CA (completed) /// San Diego State University Olmeca/Maya Hall, San Diego, CA (completed) /// Topaz Mixed-Use Student Housing, Montezuma Road, San Diego, CA (completed) /// San Diego State University Imperial Valley Campus Student Housing, Calexico, CA (current) /// Point Loma Nazarene University Flex Housing Renovation, San Diego, CA (current) /// San Diego Community College District Student Housing, San Diego, CA (current) /// Los Angeles Community College District Student Housing, Los Angeles, CA (current) /// San Bernardino Valley College Student Housing, San Bernardino, CA (current) /// Crafton Hills Community College Student Housing, Yucaipa, CA (current) /// Oxnard College Student Housing, Oxnard, CA (current) /// LA Pierce College Student Housing, Los Angeles, CA (current)

Studio E Architects - UCLA Saxon Suites (completed 2015) – A complete renovation of 384 beds and a new two-story Commons building that offers essential amenities to students, including gathering spaces, study lounges, and offices. Saxon Suites achieved LEED Platinum certification /// UC Davis West Village (completed in 2011)—This mixed-use grouping comprises seven buildings, including 123 student housing units, 42,500 square feet of retail space, and a recreation center, all wrapped around the village green. West Village Square achieved a NetZero rating and is a landmark in sustainable design /// Victory at SDSU (completion in 2025) – Off-campus student apartment building adjacent to San Diego State University. A mix of 3, 4, and 5-bedroom plans will provide up to 226 beds in a six-story structure /// PLNU Master Plan (completed in 2024) – This Campus Master Plan included four campuses in San Diego. Point Loma, Balboa, Mission Valley, and Liberty Station. Long-range strategic and academic plans addressed the University’s organizational and academic development

 

How You'll Do More Business From Attending This Event: Despite the high cost of attending college, university enrollment continues to increase every year. Colleges will continue to need more on-campus and off-campus housing to accommodate the growing student body. Join us to hear from industry leaders on the current trends in student housing, higher-ed and university real estate development. Gain insight on which universities and college campuses in Southern California present opportunities for development and investment. 

 

Who You'll Network With At This Discussion: Universities, Colleges, Owners, developers, investors, architects, construction, designers, brokers, leasing agents, lawyers, financial institutions and government officials.

 

Why You Should Attend This Session: Bisnow events bring together the biggest power players in the industry to identify opportunities, build your network and expand your business. With the largest audience of commercial real estate professionals in the world, no one knows how to help your business more than us.

 

For questions, recommendations, comments or press inquiries please email our event producer, Samantha D'Angelo at samantha.dangelo@bisnow.com. To request disability-related accommodations, please contact thea.parkert@bisnow.com no later than seven business days prior to the event.

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Venue

JW Marriott Los Angeles LA LIVE
900 West Olympic Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA, 90015

Ballroom: Gold Ballroom 3 / foyer


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The Hotel offers a special Event Day Valet Parking Rate of $28.00.

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Agenda

Time Activity
8:00 AM
9:00 AM
Networking, Coffee & Breakfast
9:00 AM
9:45 AM
The Next Generation Of Student Housing
Re-Imagining Student Living & Value-Add Projects
9:45 AM
10:00 AM
Networking Break
10:00 AM
10:45 AM
Public Private Partnerships
Leveraging P3's To Build, Acquire, Finance & Operate Campus Housing & Academic Buildings
10:45 AM
11:30 AM
More Networking!

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