East Campus Graduate Housing

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East Campus Graduate Housing
Design and Program Planning - Draft
Housing and Dining Services Department
University of California, San Diego
Table of Contents
Executive Summary …………………………………………………………………………………………
Project Overview ……………………………………………………………………………………………
Guiding Principles ………………………………………………………………………………………….
Site Program …………………………………………………………………………………………………
Building Program
Residence Features and Amenities ………………………………………………………………….
Product Standards ……………………………………………………………………………………
Community Features and Amenities ……………………………………………………………………….
Operating Program ………………………………………………………………………………………….
Cost Summary ……………………………………………………………………………………………….
Projected Rates ………………………………………………………………………………………………
Project Schedule ……………………………………………………………………………………………..
Attachments
Affiliated Housing Fees
Turnover Comparisons
Market Comparison
Bathroom floor plans
Laundry Guidelines
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East Campus Graduate Housing
Design and Program Planning
Executive Summary
Construction of the East Campus Graduate Apartments is being undertaken to address the current and future housing needs of
graduate level students. The existing Affiliated Housing waiting list generates a waiting period of approximately two years prior to
receiving university housing. This combined with the projected wave of graduate and medical student enrollment growth over the
next decade warrants this construction.
The goals of this project include:
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Provide affordable student housing options within the local market.
Reduce graduate waiting time to be housed in an Affiliated community.
Increase the number of graduate level students housed toward meeting campus goal of up to 50%.
This initial report is generated to enable Housing and Dining Services staff to assess the project scope and preferred design, and
ultimately provide the architect selected a working document from which to proceed with project design and construction.
Project Overview
The East Campus Graduate Housing Project is the first additional graduate level housing to be constructed at the Mesa site since the
completion of the South Mesa Apartments in 1981. The community will offer 500 two-bedroom/one-bathroom apartments generating
an additional 1000 bed spaces for graduate level singles and couples. The site selected is west of the current Mesa Residential
Apartments community and east of Interstate 5 on approximately 7 acres of land. The forecasted opening date for this project is Fall
of 2007.
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Guiding Principles
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Provide a student community designed with quality of life in mind. This includes a visually appealing complex which finds an
appropriate fit in relation to the surrounding neighborhood.
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Provide housing at rental rates that fit within the range of prices currently offered in Affiliated Housing communities,
somewhat below market rates.
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Deliver the full project no later than September 1, 2007.
Site Program
This site is currently designated and approved for future housing in the campus Long Range Development Plan.
improvements, buildings, parking, open space are to be located within the site boundaries.
The site is bordered as follows:
North side – Canyon/Thorton Hospital Parking
South side – La Jolla Village Drive
East side – Mesa Residential Apartments
West side – Interstate 5
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All site
Site Constraints
A. Relationship to
existing buildings in West
Mesa
B. Relationship to
existing loop road
C. Park boundaries
D. Elevations and grading
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Site planning goals and objectives:
Environmental Impacts
 Noise – I-5, phased construction
 Biology – grassland, bird survey
 Traffic
 Hydrology
 Paleontology Monitoring
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The following site conditions are to be incorporated into the complex:
 Open space available for passive use which may include picnic tables and benches. Since many recreational amenities are
available nearby, sports related courts should not be included. No playground equipment.
 Perimeter fencing (protection from La Jolla Village Drive and western site slope/ravine)
The following core features and amenities are to be incorporated into the complex:
 Resident/Guest parking in a 1:1 ratio
 High speed internet service (at individual tenant’s choice and not included in the base rental rate)
 Cable TV (at individual tenant’s choice and not included in the base rental rate)
 Data/Cable/Telecom jacks in each bedroom and central living space
 Windows - PVC – low E – energy efficient
 Window Coverings – vertical blinds
 Shower or tubs – complete PVC surrounds with molded in soap dishes and grab rails
 Individual metering of utilities
 Kitchens – semi efficiency size
 Fire sprinklers
 Smoke detectors
 Xeriscape/drought tolerant landscaping, reclaimed water
 Central mail box and package locations – US Postal Service delivery
 Keyless Entry using departmental standard (Onity vs. Persona)
 SDG&E “Progress Through Design” savings rebate opportunities
 Green design (LEEDS) opportunities
 Sound attenuation will be provided throughout the complex, between bedrooms, apartments and any units facing
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 Limited Retail – vending opportunities
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Building Program
Residences - Basic Features and Amenities
Bedrooms: (2 per apartment)
 10’-6” x 10’-6” (110.25 sf)
 Carpeted with rubber base - direct glue down
 Door – Solid Core with door stop and key lock
 Window – operable – 34” above floor
 Window treatment: Vertical Blinds (UCSD provided)
 Electrical: 3 outlets
 Lighting – 1 ceiling light - switched
 Data/Cable/telecomm – 1 outlet ea
 Wall/ceiling surfaces – Paint – eggshell finish – semi gloss
 Sound Isolation: Insulate walls and ceiling/floor assemblies
Bedroom Closet: (walk-in preferred)
 2’-0” x 5’-0”
 Carpeted with rubber base – direct glue down
 Shelf
 Clothes Pole
 Sliding Doors
 Wall/ceiling surfaces – paint – eggshell finish – semi gloss
Expanded Bathroom:
 5’-0” x 8’-6”
 Toilet, shower and vanity should be placed in separate but adjacent areas for more efficient use and privacy.
 Sheet Vinyl with continuous cove base
 Door – Solid Core with door stop and privacy lock
 Window – small, operable in shower area
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Window Treatment – None (opaque)
Electrical: 1 Outlet – GFCI
Lighting – 1 vanity light – fluorescent
Data/Cable/telecomm – None
Counter top – Solid surface material
Lav cabinets – plastic laminate
Medicine Cabinet – recessed with mirror - 2
Vanity Mirror – above sink area - 2
Tub – with PVC surround (shower optional – 3’x3’)
Tub Faucet – Moen
Shower curtain rod – stainless steel or chrome
Ceiling light/heat combo with exhaust fan
Towel rack - 2
Robe hook
Toilet Paper holder
Sink – Top mount oval (optional integrated) - 2
Faucets – Moen
Water Closet – jet flush
Linen Closet:
 2’-0” x 2’-0”
 Tall door below for access to vacuum and broom
 Ironing board hanger on back side of lower door
 Smaller door above for access to linens
 Cabinet construction – Plastic laminate
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Living Room: (can be combined with Dining Area)
 11’-0” x 15’-0” (165 sf)
 Carpeted with rubber base – direct glue down
 Entry Door – Solid Core with door stop, key lock
and security peep hole or window (keyless entry system optional)
 Window – operable – 34” above floor
 Window treatment: Vertical Blinds (UCSD provided)
 Electrical: 3 outlets (minimum)
 Lighting – 1 ceiling light - switched
 Data/Cable/telecomm – 1 outlet ea
 Wall/ceiling surfaces – Paint – eggshell finish – semi gloss
 Sound Isolation: Insulate walls and ceiling/floor assemblies
Kitchen: (can be combined with Dining Area)
 8’-0” x 10’-0”
 Sheet Vinyl with continuous cove base
 Window – (optional) operable
 Window Treatment – Vertical blinds (UCSD provided)
 Electrical: 3 counter height GFCI – 2 appliance (total 5) Refrigerator electrical outlet should not be part of any GFCI protected
circuit.
 Lighting – 1 ceiling light – fluorescent
 Data/Cable/telecomm – None
 Counter top – Plastic Laminate – rolled front edge – 4” backsplash
 Base & Wall cabinets – plastic laminate
 Sink – stainless steel 20 gauge - Faucet – Moen
 Disposer – In-Sink-Erator ¾ hp
 Stove – Kenmore (UCSD provided)
 Refrigerator – Kenmore (UCSD provided)
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Storage
 4’-0”’ x 8’-0”
 Accessible from inside the apartment
Patio/Balcony
 No special surfaces to be used i.e. fiberglass membrane
General Standard Products
Moen Faucets: Shower Valve – #8389 with stop valve ; Kitchen faucet – #7200; Bath faucet - #8465 with waste plug operator
Toilet: Mansfield/Quantum – Tank #100 1.6 GPF; Bowl #150 elongated bowl
Garbage Disposal: Insinkerator ¾ HP motor, Pro SS-4
Refrigerator – Kenmore, Energy Star
Stove – Kenmore, Energy Star
Paint - Whisper white
Vertical Blinds – per campus agreement
Carpeting and Vinyl Flooring – per campus agreement
Electronic Locks - Housing and Dining standard to be determined (Onity vs. Persona)
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Community - Basic Features and Amenities
Administrative Offices
Affiliated Housing will have a full-service administration office located in this complex, which will serve the new facilities as well as
the existing Mesa Residential Apartments community.
Offices (management and sales)
Reception Area
2 Customer Service Reps
Sitting area
Work/Office Area
1 - Leasing coordinator
1 - Housing manager
2 - Sr. resident advisors
Meeting/Conference Room
Seating for 10-15 people
Work Room (lunch area)
Fax, copier, files, keys, refrigerator, microwave & table
3- Cart Parking (w/electrical battery recharge stations)
Custodial, Maintenance and Grounds
Maintenance area (HDS)
1000 sq. ft. (some mechanical systems storage)
Supply storage
Computer/desk - Employee break area, phone line
Custodial area (HDS)
500 sq. ft.
Supply storage
Computer desk – Employee break area, phone line
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Grounds area (PPS)
200 sq. ft grounds function (can be combined with Mesa's ground crew)
Store hand tools
Desk & Break area
Phone line
Parking
Vehicle parking will be available for residents and their guests with a 1:1 ratio of spaces per adult resident. Parking permits will be
required through a Housing designed permit system consistent with program currently in place at Mesa Residential Apartments. Will
likely need to be a combination of surface, street and structure alternatives.
Bicycle parking racks conveniently located throughout the complex.
Shuttle Services
UCSD shuttle service will be available consistent with service levels and program provided currently at Mesa Residential Apartments.
An additional stop might be implemented based on conversations with the campus transportation department.
Laundry Rooms/Mail Services
Centralized laundry (with Triton Plus Card capability) in each group of buildings
See guidelines for equipment, room size and location in appendices.
Recycling and Trash Removal
Trash (refuse and recycling) in easily accessible areas for both residents and collection vendor
Retail
Possible opportunity to bring coffeehouse and convenience foods, copier services on-site at community.
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Operating Program
Based on the present demand and traditional occupancy levels the University intends to operate this facility on a twelve-month lease
which continues on a month-to-month term thereafter.
The units are to be marketed to single and coupled graduate and medical students. These units will be maximized by requiring one
single student per bedroom or one couple per apartment.
This facility should be designated as the permanent site for existing recruitment oriented programs established by OGSR or the School
of Medicine including SHIP.
Assignments will be made via the Affiliated Housing waitlist process by date of application, housing preferences and need date.
Residents must be UCSD students enrolled full-time in a degree granting graduate or medical program.
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Cost Summary
Estimated at $78 to $83 million dollars
NEW 1,000 BED MESA COMPLEX
500
750
4,000
$150
20.0%
1,000
$10,000
2 bedroom/1 bathroom apartments equal 1,000 beds.
GSR per apartment.
GSF for office and Laundromats.
per GSF for construction cost.
for overhead and administrative costs.
parking spaces
project cost for parking space.
379,000
GSF for the project
$78,220,000 total project cost.
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Projected Rates
2 Bedroom/1Bath and 2 Bedroom/2 Bath
Interest only 2007-08 and 2008-09, Principle and Interest 2009-10
2002-03
2006-07
No Beds
Fee
Increase
2007-08
1,000
2 Beds
1 Bath
Project
Impact
2007-08
1,000
2 Beds
2 Bath
Project
Impact
2009-10
1,000
2 Beds
1 Bath
Project
Impact
2009-10
1,000
2 Beds
2 Bath
Project
Impact
$546
$630
$765
$589
$680
$826
$43
$50
$61
$666
$768
$932
$77
$88
$106
$678
$782
$950
$89
$102
$124
$744
$859
$1,043
$155
$179
$217
$767
$884
$1,074
$178
$204
$248
$615
$664
$49
$750
$86
$763
$99
$838
$174
$863
$199
S. Mesa, 2 Bedroom
$591
$627
$735
$638
$677
$793
$47
$50
$58
$720
$764
$896
$82
$87
$103
$734
$778
$912
$96
$101
$119
$806
$855
$1,002
$168
$178
$209
$830
$880
$1,032
$192
$203
$239
W. Mesa, 2 Bedroom
$723
$780
$57
$881
$101
$897
$117
$986
$206
$1,015
$235
Warren Apts. (per bed)
$723
$780
$57
$881
$101
$897
$117
$986
$206
$1,015
$235
East Campus
$348
$376
$28
$424
$48
$432
$56
$474
$98
$489
$113
La Jolla Del Sol
2 Bedroom/1 Bath
2 Bedroom/2 Bath
NA
NA
$1,108
$1,056
$1,147
$1,141
$1,232
$1,176
Residential Apartments
Coast,
Studio
1 Bedroom
2 Bedroom
N. Mesa, 2 Bedroom
C. Mesa, 1 Bedroom
2 Bedroom
3 Bedroom
$1,131
$1,239
$1,279
$1,216
$1,267
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$1,307
Project Schedule
Task Name
Duration
Start
Finish
1 Authorization to Proceed
8 days
Mon 2/3/03
Wed 2/12/03
2 Convene Planning Team
87 days
Thu 2/6/03
Fri 6/6/03
3 Advertise/Select Design Team
50 days
Mon 2/17/03
Fri 4/25/03
4 OP Submittal/Review
60 days
Mon 6/2/03
Fri 8/22/03
5 Regents Approval
60 days
Fri 8/8/03
Thu 10/30/03
6 Project Programming & Schematic Design
150 days
Thu 5/1/03
Wed 11/26/03
7 Design Development
120 days
Wed 7/23/03
Tue 1/6/04
8 Construction Documents
200 days
Wed 1/7/04
Tue 10/12/04
9 Agency Review
50 days
Mon 10/11/04
Fri 12/17/04
10 Bid Project
90 days
Mon 12/13/04
Fri 4/15/05
11 Award Contract
20 days
Fri 4/15/05
Thu 5/12/05
500 days
Tue 5/10/05
Mon 4/9/07
13 Equipment - FF&E
90 days
Fri 4/6/07
Thu 8/9/07
14 Move-In
30 days
Fri 8/3/07
Thu 9/13/07
12 Construction
Attachments
Extended Bathroom Floor plans
Affiliated Housing Fees
Mesa Turnover Comparisons
Local Market Comp
Laundry Guidelines
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