SF State Breaks Ground on New Affordable Student Housing
San Francisco State University this week broke ground on its West Campus Green project, which includes a first-year residence hall with 750 affordable student beds, a dining facility, and a student health center. Joining SF State President and Bay Area Council Board member Lynn Mahoney for the ground-breaking ceremony was California Lt. Gov. Eleni Kounalakis.
The project includes two all-electric buildings adjacent to each other. The first is a 120,000 square-foot, six-story first-year residence hall that will be available to students by fall 2024. The second is a three-story, 50,000 square-foot building, to open in winter 2024, that will include a dining common area and the Gator Health Center.
West Campus Green Project is supported by a $116 million allocation from the State of California’s Higher Education Student Housing Grant Program, which was established to increase affordable student housing across the state’s three public higher education systems. Congratulations to SF State on launching this important project.
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