There are three construction projects taking place on Brandon Avenue that will create significant disruption starting in May 2018 through the year 2021.
- Upper Class Housing
- Green Street and Utilities
- New Student Health Center
The Facilities Planning & Construction division of Facilities Management is maintaining a web site for construction alerts, status reports, photos, drawings/renderings, and project contact people:
As of August 20, 2018, Lot A will become available to permit holders. See additional specifics below the map.
Construction Impacts, August 20, 2018, through Summer 2019:
- The parallel parking formerly located on both sides of Brandon Avenue has been eliminated permanently.
- August 20, 2018, through Late 2018 (date TBD) – During permit restriction times, K2 permits will be honored in Lots A and B. The surfaces of both lots will be gravel and Lot A will be accessed off the service road that leads to the South Lawn Loading Dock. Within Lot A, there will be three disability stalls which require a disability plate or placard from DMV, two closer to South Lawn and one closer to Bice House. A fourth disability stall will be located near Bice House, but will be reserved for a specific permit holder.
- Late 2018 (date TBD) through Summer 2019 (dates TBD) – Lot C will become available and at some point (date TBD), Lot B will be eliminated. The surface of lot C will be gravel and the lot will be accessed off the service road that leads to the South Lawn Loading Dock. During permit restriction times, K2 permits will be honored in lots A and C (as well as B as long as it remains open).
Impact on the Parking Configuration after Summer 2019
The master plan for Brandon Avenue includes parking underneath the new buildings. These parking structures will take the place of the former surface parking lots.
The first two to be completed will be under the Upper Class Housing building (estimated Fall 2019) and the new Student Health Building (estimated 2020 or 2021).
The Office of the Architect maintains a web site of the Brandon Avenue Master plan (for parking information, see pages 27-29): http://www.officearchitect.virginia.edu/pdfs/BrandonAveMasterPlan.pdf