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Fly Over USC Village's Massive Mixed-Use Construction Site

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USC officially began work in September on its USC Village, a huge, 15-acre undertaking that will bring five-story residence halls for 2,700 students, a grocery store, an exercise center, a "mobility hub" with public transit information, and tons of other retail (including a Trader Joe's) just north of the campus, taking out the present University Village shopping center. Today, via a dramatically-scored aerial video, we see they're well into the hole-digging phase, and have made a lot of progress on the beginnings of the project. The enormous footprint of the Village is scaled really well by the overhead view, giving viewers a better sense of just how large the finished, "Collegiate Gothic" product will be when it's complete, sometime in 2017.

· USC Starts Work on Huge New Mixed-Use Addition to Campus [Curbed LA]

USC Village

W. Jefferson Blvd. & Hoover St., Los Angeles, CA