University of Ontario Institute of Technology<br />UOIT’s Downtown Campus Initiative – Presentation to the Durham Region A...
Growth in students, buildings and reputation<br />First class in 2003 – <br />947 students<br />Today – More than 6,500 st...
Growth in students, buildings and reputation<br />A new five-year business plan (2010-2015) to build on our phenomenal suc...
North Campus Projects<br />Automotive Centre of Excellence<br />$99M, 140k sq.ft.<br />Opening Fall 2010<br />Energy Resea...
Strengthening the downtown core<br />More than 1,400 UOIT students to be located in downtown Oshawa in September 2010<br /...
Phase 1 – Faculty of Education<br />11 Simcoe St. North opened Sept. 2008<br />15 Year Lease / 37,000 sq. ft. / 5 floors<b...
Phase 2 – Regent Theatre<br />Acquired through private donation in November 2009<br />To be used as a lecture hall and per...
Phase 2 – 55 Bond Street East<br />New home of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Studies<br />30,000 sq. ft, / 5 floors...
Phase 2 – Victoria Street Urban Park<br />To be used as outdoor gathering space, farmers’ market, outdoor performances (st...
Phase 2 – 61 Charles Street<br />Multi-purpose building (87,000 sq. ft.)<br />Ready for occupancy September 2010<br />30 Y...
Phase 2 – Hotel Genosha<br />Basement area (approx. 5,400 sq. ft)<br />4 psychology research labs<br />Anticipated occupan...
Partnerships<br />UOIT’s Downtown Philosophy<br />is to work with downtown <br />business and services<br />For example: <...
 Property management</li></ul>- Library<br /><ul><li> Parking
 Entrepreneurs
 Local service providers</li></li></ul><li>
Phase 1 & 2 Impacts – By the Numbers:<br /><ul><li> Created an urban park
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  • Downtown Update Drar Apr 23 2010 V1

    1. 1. University of Ontario Institute of Technology<br />UOIT’s Downtown Campus Initiative – Presentation to the Durham Region Association of Realtors<br />By: Matt Milovick, AVP-Finance & Operations, April 23, 2010<br />
    2. 2. Growth in students, buildings and reputation<br />First class in 2003 – <br />947 students<br />Today – More than 6,500 students<br />More than 500 full-time <br />and contract employees<br />More than 3,000 alumni<br />
    3. 3. Growth in students, buildings and reputation<br />A new five-year business plan (2010-2015) to build on our phenomenal success to date<br />Award-winning buildings <br />and facilities<br />One of the most high-tech campuses in Canada <br />
    4. 4. North Campus Projects<br />Automotive Centre of Excellence<br />$99M, 140k sq.ft.<br />Opening Fall 2010<br />Energy Research Centre<br />$45M, 100k sq.ft.<br />Opening Spring 2011<br />
    5. 5. Strengthening the downtown core<br />More than 1,400 UOIT students to be located in downtown Oshawa in September 2010<br />New building, renovations and historic recovery<br />Downtown campus playing a key role in revitalizing the urban core<br />
    6. 6. Phase 1 – Faculty of Education<br />11 Simcoe St. North opened Sept. 2008<br />15 Year Lease / 37,000 sq. ft. / 5 floors<br />320 BEd and 25-50 MEd students projected for Sept 2010<br />Hi-tech, reconfigurable classrooms, library, student lounge/cafeteria, administrative space, research labs<br />
    7. 7. Phase 2 – Regent Theatre<br />Acquired through private donation in November 2009<br />To be used as a lecture hall and performing arts venue beginning<br />September 2010<br />Next phase of renovations to include upgraded lighting, sound system, IT infrastructure, stage reconfiguration, extensive cosmetic improvements<br />
    8. 8. Phase 2 – 55 Bond Street East<br />New home of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Studies<br />30,000 sq. ft, / 5 floors<br />20 Year Lease / 50% Equity Stake<br />1100-1200 BA and 30 MA students projected for September 2010<br />Hi-tech classrooms, student lounge, administrative space, UOIT Boardroom, support space for Regent Theatre<br />
    9. 9. Phase 2 – Victoria Street Urban Park<br />To be used as outdoor gathering space, farmers’ market, outdoor performances (stage area), other UOIT and community events<br />Links “Regent Square” to Hotel Genosha psychology labs<br />55 Bond<br />St.E<br />stage<br />Regent Theatre<br />
    10. 10. Phase 2 – 61 Charles Street<br />Multi-purpose building (87,000 sq. ft.)<br />Ready for occupancy September 2010<br />30 Year Lease / 100% Equity Stake<br />Hi-tech classrooms, extensive student study space, student services, research space, small café, 106 parking stalls<br />3rd floor to remain “shelled” for future expansion (ideal for classrooms)<br />
    11. 11. Phase 2 – Hotel Genosha<br />Basement area (approx. 5,400 sq. ft)<br />4 psychology research labs<br />Anticipated occupancy September 2010<br />Student residences ready in May 2011<br />
    12. 12. Partnerships<br />UOIT’s Downtown Philosophy<br />is to work with downtown <br />business and services<br />For example: <br />- GM Centre<br /><ul><li> Oshawa Clinic
    13. 13. Property management</li></ul>- Library<br /><ul><li> Parking
    14. 14. Entrepreneurs
    15. 15. Local service providers</li></li></ul><li>
    16. 16. Phase 1 & 2 Impacts – By the Numbers:<br /><ul><li> Created an urban park
    17. 17. Contributed 600 temporary construction jobs
    18. 18. Created 30 FT and 100 PT jobs
    19. 19. $102M UOIT investment in downtown Oshawa + economic spin off benefits
    20. 20. Repurposed and rehabilitated 145,500 square feet of underused or unused space in Oshawa’s downtown
    21. 21. Newly built 30,000 square feet
    22. 22. Added 106 parking stalls to downtown inventory</li></li></ul><li>Phase 3 – What’s Next?<br />Business Plan addresses need for <br />future expansion downtown<br />Discussions underway internally <br />Further expansion anticipated <br />as early as 2012-13<br />Stay tuned! There’s more to come!<br />
    23. 23. Questions?<br />For more information <br />on our building projects <br />and downtown expansion, <br />visit:<br />www.uoit.ca<br />

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