Cal Poly Pomona is in the midst of a predevelopment/feasibility study to determine whether the 309-acre parcel of land formerly known as the Lanterman Developmental Center can be developed in a manner to support the university’s academic mission. Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum, Inc. (HOK), a global design, architecture, engineering and planning firm, is leading a diverse team of experts to conduct the study. The deadline for a recommendation to the CSU Board of Trustees is Sept. 1.
Meetings are being scheduled with campus constituents and key stakeholders in surrounding communities to provide updates on the study. If the decision is made to move forward with a project, a master developer will be brought on board. At that point the various constituents and stakeholders will be called upon to provide input, generate ideas and actively participate in the planning of how the site will be used.
For more information, visit the Lanterman project website.