California College of the Arts (CCA) has purchased from Greyhound Lines, Inc. a two-and-a-half-acre (approximately 102,000 square feet) vacant lot in the Mission Bay area of San Francisco. The property, formerly a bus maintenance facility, abuts CCA’s main San Francisco campus building at 1111 Eighth Street and is bordered by 7th, Hooper, and Irwin Streets. The purchase price was $8.4 million.Read the rest
Posted on Friday, February 25, 2011 by Chris Bliss
Property in San Francisco is adjacent to the CCA campus [photo: Jim Norrena]
Posted on Wednesday, March 24, 2010 by Jim Norrena
CCA President Stephen Beal and the Board of Trustees have embarked on a facilities master plan development process
Since CCA President Stephen Beal formally announced the college's acquisition of the vacant lot adjacent to the main building on the San Francisco campus, it seems as though everyone is interested in the development plans for the old Greyhound Bus service yard.
Goals & Strategies
No one could be more interested in when and how this coveted real estate will be developed than CCA’s Board of Trustees, who met earlier this month at UCSF Mission Bay to kick off a facilities master plan development process.Read the rest
Posted on Sunday, August 17, 2008 by Jim Norrena
The Gift of Education
Each year more than 500 alumni, friends, faculty, and staff make gifts to student scholarships at CCA. Every gift, large and small, helps promising students earn their degrees and pursue their dreams of working in art, design, architecture, and writing.
This year we face a critical challenge. Many CCA students have hardships at home that may put their education in jeopardy. Due to the economic downturn, requests for financial aid are growing at the same time that CCA is experiencing a significant loss in endowed scholarship revenue.Read the rest