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California State University, Channel Islands

​Founded in 2005, the CSUCI is the newest of 23 campuses in the CSU system. To support enrollment growth in a resource constrained environment, CSUCI sought to analyze opportunities to create revenue sources through public-private structures to best achieve a campus expansion of more than 1,000,000 s.f. by 2025.

To this end, they needed assistance analyzing the potential for both public-public and public-private partnerships to leverage university land to create revenue sources for new development, as well as the delivery of facilities that support the university's academic and student life priorities.

JLL identified a potential revenue source of over $150 million through a P3 arrangement to monetize existing for-sale and rental properties that are owned by a site authority and helped develop a 32-acre site with new multifamily and for-sale housing.

Our team was engaged in extensive outreach to university stakeholders and local governments and evaluated the market demand for an Events Center that would serve the university and the overall Ventura County market. From this, JLL developed a conceptual design and cost estimate for a fieldhouse and conference center.

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