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.
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
November 4, 2016
New Space for Stiles Hall
Stiles Hall and its community network programs including the Food Pantry, Underground Scholars Network, and and Wellness Apparel Project, had a grand re-opening in their new temporary space in the MLK Jr. Student Union. More info and photos at http://news.berkeley.edu/2016/11/07/a-grand-re-opening-for-stiles-hall/
November 2, 2016
Celebration of Renovated Moffitt Library
A project to renovate the fourth and fifth floors of Moffitt Library is complete and the Library is having an open house to celebrate! More about the exciting changes made to Moffitt can be found at Berkeley News
November 1, 2016
Map of Gender-Inclusive Restrooms on Campus
The campus has a new map that shows locations of gender-inclusive restrooms. To see it and learn more please go to
October 17, 2016
Gender-Inclusive Restrooms at Evans Hall
The campus's first project to convert existing multi-stall, gender-specific restrooms to a multi-stall gender-inclusive restroom is now complete and the restrooms, located on the first floor of Evans Hall, opened last week. Formerly separate men's and women's restrooms, the facility now includes eight (8) individual fully-enclosed stalls, one of which is ADA accessible. The stall doors are designed to ensure privacy and each stall has a fire alarm with a horn strobe and its own venting. A shared sink in the middle of the room has new water-efficient fixtures. Energy-efficient LED lighting is controlled by a motion sensor and new tiles and mirrors make the space much brighter than it was before.
Most importantly, the restrooms are open to everyone, helping to create an overall inclusive campus environment for all members of our community. While gender-inclusive restrooms are now part of campus standards for restrooms and included in any new campus buildings, converting existing multi-stall restrooms like these on the first floor of Evans takes additional resources and so conversions will take place over time.
Hill Campus Fire Hazard Reduction Program - Indefinite Delay
September 9, 2016
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has terminated grants awarded to UC Berkeley in January 2016 that were to fund fire hazard mitigation projects in the area known as the Hill Campus.
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