Sacramento State, The Hub Research Park Master Plan
Dreyfuss + Blackford Architecture, in collaboration with MIG, Inc., developed a Master Plan for a 25-acre site to the south of the Sacramento State campus on Ramona Avenue. The site is within the Sacramento Center for Innovation which is bounded by Folsom Boulevard to the north, Power Inn Road to the east, and the Union Pacific rail lines to the west.
The project is being developed in two phases with academic, research, and office space that support the academic programming of the University. Phase I includes construction and operation of the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD)-affiliated nonprofit California Mobility Center (CMC), a testing and manufacturing facility for autonomous electric vehicles, and a building with forensic laboratories for the California Department of Justice. Phase II would expand the CMC and replace Phase I surface parking with two mixed-use buildings, providing academic, administrative, and research space with ground-level retail and parking.