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ASU Downtown Phoenix Campus

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  1. ASUDowntown Phoenix Campus City Council February 6, 2007

  2. ASU Downtown PhoenixTimeline • Phase I (Fall 2006) • 2,500 students estimated (6,000 actual) • 300,000 Sq. Ft. academic/support • 250 interim student housing beds • Phase II (Fall 2008) • 7,500 students • 770,000 Sq. Ft. academic/support • 750 units student housing beds • Build-Out • 15,000 students • 1.5 M Sq. Ft. academic/support • 4,000 units student housing

  3. Phase I Completed: • University Center: College of Public Programs & University College • School of Nursing and Healthcare Innovations • Residential Commons • Administrative space in Downtown Post Office • Phoenix Urban Research Laboratory

  4. ASU Downtown Campus District 1st Ave. Civic Space Post Office Van Buren St. University Center Central Ave. 1st St. School of Journalism Taylor St. Residential Commons Student Housing 2nd St. College of Nursing & Healthcare Innovation Fillmore St. 3rd St.

  5. Phase II: Update • Walter Cronkite School of Journalism/ KAET Channel 8 • Planning & Development of Civic Space • Taylor Streetscape Improvements • Student Housing • Neighborhood/ University Relationships Study

  6. Walter Cronkite School of Journalism/KAET Channel 8 • $71 Million • Sundt Construction & HDR Architects design-build team • 6 stories • 220,000 SF of Academic Space and Television Broadcast Studio • Ground floor retail • Accommodate 1,500 students • Open Fall 2008

  7. Civic Space Post Office • Approximately 3 acre site • Public gathering, social networking, external forum • EDAW landscape architects selected for conceptual master plan • Public input throughout the process 424 N. Central Central Station

  8. Taylor Streetscape Improvements • Taylor Street from Central Avenue to 3rd Street • Ten Eyck Landscape Architects selected • Design features: pedestrian lighting, public art, abundant landscaping • Construction to begin this summer on first block

  9. Student Housing • 700-750 Beds by August 2008 • 500-550 Beds by August 2009 • Capstone Development selected through RFP process • Southern half of the block between Fillmore and Taylor Streets from First to Second Streets • $150 Million project, 12-14 stories • First Phase: Open in Fall 2008

  10. Neighborhood/University Relationship Study • Address neighborhood concerns regarding the university impact • Legacy Training and Consulting selected through an RFQ process • Scope includes: best practice research, impacts, and recommendations on potential new policies • Complete in May 2007

  11. ASU Conceptual Development Plan Process • Plan developed with the assistance of local architects • Review and Input from Downtown Stakeholders Group • Presentations and Input • City Boards and Commissions • Neighborhood Associations • Business Leaders and Organizations • Plan being finalized for presentation to the City

  12. ASU AT THE WEST CAMPUS

  13. Questions? WWW.PHOENIX.GOV/DOWNTOWN WWW.ASU.EDU/DOWNTOWNPHOENIX