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USC Village

On Tuesday, December 11, 2012 the Los Angeles City Council unanimously voted to approve the USC Village, a project that will transform the area around Hoover and Jefferson Boulevard. The current University Village will make way for a vibrant mix of student housing, state-of-the-art academic and recreational space, and walkable open retail areas that has been long needed.

The creation of USC Village is a historic milestone for Los Angeles in its bid to lead the nation in economic opportunity and forward-thinking development and planning. The USC Village represents an investment by the university that will spur an estimated $1 billion of construction-related economic activity for Los Angeles, and thousands of new jobs, both construction-related and permanent.

For archival information on the early development of this project, visit Village Archive or USC University Park Specific Plan.

For more information, contact:
Steve Wesson
USC Village Ombudsman
University of Southern California
2801 South Hoover Street
Los Angeles, CA 90089-7740
(213) 743-4510

USC Village construction and bid opportunities 


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USC Village Job Fair

USC Village Construction Job Fair: More than 500 construction job seekers attended the USC Village job fair on Saturday, June 7. The event–put on by non-profit employment organization, PV Jobs,  and general contractors, Hathaway Dinwiddie– provided candidates with job readiness guidance and information on the construction union-track process. More here.