Learn about Projects for Related Party Debt, including Joan and Sanford I. Weill Neurosciences Building (Third Party), Child, Teen and Family Center and Department of Psychiatry Building (Third Party), and East Campus Apartments (FTS).

San Francisco

Joan and Sanford I. Weill Neurosciences Building (Third Party)

  • New six-story building that will house state-of-the-art research laboratories, academic offices, a Neuroscience Learning Center, and clinics for patients with brain and nervous system disorders. 

  • The project will provide a centralized location for four UCSF departments (Neurology, Psychiatry, Neurodegenerative Diseases, and Neurological Surgery), as well as the Neuroscience Graduate Program.

  • Expected completion in Spring 2020.

San Francisco

Child, Teen and Family Center and Department of Psychiatry Building (Third Party)

  • The UCSF Child, Teen and Family Center and Department of Psychiatry Building (located at 2130 Third Street) will be the centerpiece of UCSF's plan to crate a national center for excellence in mental health prevention and treatment that encompasses clinical care, research, and training.

  • This building will provide space to offer services to Bay Area adults and children, house research, and host meetings for the exchange of expertise between the San Francisco community and government partners. 

  • Scheduled to open in 2021.


East Campus Apartments (FTS)

  • Four-phase residential housing project designed to create a centralized community on UC Irvine's campus. The development aims to house 50% of all students, with the hope of attracting prospective students throughout California
  • Developed by American Campus Communities
  • Phases I-III have provided 5,000+ beds, with Phase IV set to provide 1,400 more upon its completion in 2019

West Village Expansion (FTS)

  • New construction project that will add approximately 3,300 beds for undergraduate and transfer students
  • University collaboration with University Student Living of New Jersey
  • Largest planned "zero net energy" community in the United States, emphasizing sustainability and high-quality design

Dundee-Glasgow (FTS)

  • The Dundee Residence Hall and Glasgow Dining Project (projected completion in 2020) will provide additional beds to address the campus's rapid growth (38% in the last 10 years) and its need for on-campus housing. The Glasgow dining hall will replace outdated dining facilities on campus.
  • The new project will provide approximately 820 student beds, along with other amenities such as classrooms and study spaces.
  • Developed in partnership with American Campus Communities