Assists campus users with off campus leasing, third parties with on-campus space agreements and coordinates purchases and sales of real property.
The Real Estate department is responsible for the review and analysis of all off-campus requests for leased space. If temporary, suitable space on campus is not available, the campus departmental administrator for the user group provides the Real Estate department with a description of the user group and its activities, the preferred location, required term, the approximate size of the space needed and the proposed funding source. The Real Estate department works with representatives of the user group to locate a potential site and then negotiates final lease terms subject to University policies on insurance and indemnity requirements, seismic adequacy, fire life and safety policies and ADA requirements.
Acquisitions and Dispositions
The Real Estate department, in coordination with the Office of the President, is responsible for all acquisitions and disposition for the campus. Over the years, UCLA has acquired a number of properties directly from owners of properties near the campus and especially welcomes any direct inquiries before brokers are engaged and the property is publicly offered for sale.
Any property that is not needed for campus purposes and deemed surplus by the campus is subject to a public bid process. The process for these dispositions is dictated by the Public Contract Code "Stull Act." Please see the link in Related Information, to the right.
Mail from off campus:
UCLA Wilshire Center
10920 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 810
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1468
Mail from on campus:
Mail Code: 146848