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Costa Mesa, California — The first on-campus student housing project at Orange Coast College (OCC) is set to break ground on Thursday October 4th, 2018 in Costa Mesa, CA. The 814-bed development will include a site plan design that revolves around campus connectivity and accessibility for the broader OCC student population.

“We are very pleased with this partnership between Servitas and OCC. It offers a student a cost efficient and convenient housing community that integrates seamlessly with the campus and...


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Texas A&M University announced plans for a new hotel and conference center located next to Kyle Field in the fall of 2015. Cain Parking Garage, the first phase of the project, opened in October 2016. The new buildings will open in September 2018.

The idea for a hotel and conference center has been a conversation for several years, says Phillip Ray, vice chancellor of business affairs of the Texas A&M University...


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Park West is the biggest student housing project under development in the country. Located within 47 acres on the campus of Texas A&M University in College Station, the project will encompass 15 buildings, 2.2 million sf and 3,406 beds. Nearly 1,000 construction workers have been this jobsite daily, and another 100-plus offsite designers, managers and engineers have worked on this project, whose developer, Servitas,...


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The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents have taken the next step towards developing land north of Kyle Field.

Vice Chancellor Phillip Ray told WTAW News after Thursday’s meeting that the regents vote gives the chancellor the authority to approve multiple ground leases at his discretion upon finalization of the respective negotiations. Negotiations remain ongoing.



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Texas A&M University’s Transportation Services formally opened Cain Parking Garage Monday (Oct. 10), offering more than 1,400 additional parking spaces near the Memorial Student Center (MSC) and Kyle Field.

“This is a great facility and we are pleased to have it open and ready to serve the parking needs of the Texas A&M community,” said Associate Vice President Peter Lange, Transportation...


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With approximately 100 members of the Keck Graduate Institute (KGI) community in attendance, Claremont’s Architectural Commission unanimously approved KGI’s campus housing project during the group’s meeting on Wednesday night in the City Council Chamber.

When the city officials announced the approval, plenty of applause came from the audience filled with teal-clad KGI supporters.

“I support this project for...