Feasibility Study Starts for Planned USC Hotel and Conference Center
January 20, 2014 6:44am
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USC Hotel and Conference Center
Project Type: Hotels/Motels/Resorts
Estimated Value: $28.2 million
Location: University of Southern California campus, Los Angeles, CA.
Construction Schedule: Planning and Approval.
Details: Plans call for construction of a 165,000-square-foot hotel and conference center with 150 rooms, a conference center, banquet areas, a sit down restaurant, swimming pool and other related amenities.
Chain: Independent - Not Yet Determined
Franchise: Independent - Not Yet Determined
University of Southern California
Brian League, Executive Director - Real Estate Development
941 West 35th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90089
Facilities Management Services
Elkus Manfredi Architects
300 A Street
Boston, MA 02210
Project News & Notes
January 14, 2014
On 1/14/14, a representative from the University of Southern California stated that this project is still in the master plan and currently still undergoing review for feasibility. They will not be pursuing this project in the near future and no schedule has been established.
June 8, 2010
As of 6/7/10, this project is part of the college's master plan.
Contact: Jon Kane
312-223-8599 or toll free 866-316-5300
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