Brandon Avenue Master Plan
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The plans would include a new 300-bed dormitory and a new student health center. They have been developed by the firm Perkins + Will.
The concept calls for Brandon Avenue to have its traffic lanes separated by green-space for aesthetic reasons and to improve stormwater management.
The 277-bed Bice House dormitory would remain at the southern end of Brandon Avenue and the 300-bed structure would be built next door.
Existing apartment buildings would be removed to construct the new 75,000-square-foot student health center.
Another phase of the plan calls for a future 200-bed building to be constructed across from the student health center.
The final phase of development would include 150,000 square feet of buildings for mixed-uses, including academic space. One of several buildings would be placed on the former site of the student health center. 
Bond House is a new 307-bed six-story dormitory that opened in August 2019. The ground floor contains academic and student spaces. A second student residence is planned nearby.
The new Student Health and Wellness Center is expected to be completed in 2020. 
Design for a second residence hall was approved by the Buildings and Grounds Committee of the UVa Board of Visitors on March 5, 2020. The 350-bed is for upper-class students and will include a dining hall and gathering spaces. 
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- Web. UVa panel approves design for Brandon Avenue dorm, Staff reports, Daily Progress, Lee Enterprises, March 6, 2020, retrieved March 8, 2020. Print. March 7, 2020 page A2.