Baseball fields to be turned into $150 million on-campus housing

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Baseball fields to be turned into $150 million on-campus housing

Sacramento State announced Tuesday it would turn the McAuliffe Baseball Fields into a $150 million on-campus housing project that would hold 1,100 students. Construction is set to begin in the middle of 2019.

Sacramento State announced Tuesday it would turn the McAuliffe Baseball Fields into a $150 million on-campus housing project that would hold 1,100 students. Construction is set to begin in the middle of 2019.

Will Moon - The State Hornet

Sacramento State announced Tuesday it would turn the McAuliffe Baseball Fields into a $150 million on-campus housing project that would hold 1,100 students. Construction is set to begin in the middle of 2019.

Will Moon - The State Hornet

Will Moon - The State Hornet

Sacramento State announced Tuesday it would turn the McAuliffe Baseball Fields into a $150 million on-campus housing project that would hold 1,100 students. Construction is set to begin in the middle of 2019.

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The McAuliffe Baseball Fields, located at the corner of College Town Drive and State University Drive, will be turned into on-campus housing for approximately 1,100 students beginning in mid-2019, according to a Tuesday Sacramento State press release.

Construction is projected to be completed in 2021. Once completed, the school will have on-campus housing available for approximately 3,200 students.

University Enterprises, Inc. is acquiring the 11-acre property for $2,274,223 in a 10-year lease-purchase agreement and it will be financing the property, according to the press release.

As part of the agreement, the baseball fields must be duplicated on city-owned land at the Army Depot East Park before the new apartment-style housing can begin construction

“The total project costs are projected to be approximately $150 million,” said UEI Director of Marketing Services Angela Rader via email. “The replacement ballpark projects costs are approximately $5 million.”

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