The goal of the Real Estate Division is to create an integrated real estate management and operating organization. To this end, we are transforming the way we approach the development and management of Berkeley’s on-campus and off-campus facilities, working to become a highly dynamic planning, management, development, and construction organization focused on customer service, operating efficiencies, and new revenue generation. Our goal is to create a structure that positions Berkeley to better respond to the rapidly changing challenges and opportunities that we confront.
March 20, 2017
Replanting Tightwad Hill
Our Grounds staff and Campus Landscape Architect teamed up with the Cal Forestry Club to plant trees on Tightwad Hill - learn more about their efforts at http://news.berkeley.edu/2017/03/20/forestry-club-students-reforest-tigh...
March 16, 2017
Design Awards for Campus Projects
Berkeley Design Advocates recognized Jacobs Hall, BAMPFA, and Lower Sproul Redevelopment with Design Awards at its 12th Biennial Design Award celebration.
March 10, 2017
How Does Campus Commute? 2016 Survey Results
How do commuters get to campus? A survey to collect answers to that question was sent to students, faculty, and staff last fall as part of a regular effort to collect data to inform campus transportation planning. Click on the title above to learn more.
December 7, 2016
LEED Platinum for Jacobs Hall
Jacobs Hall has been certified as the campus's first LEED Platinum building. For more please see