UTSA’s short- and long-term development vision master plan approved
The University of Texas San Antonio (UTSA) finalized its master plan in November with a projected vision to provide 5.3 million gross square feet of new space to accommodate a 45,000-student enrollment. New academic, research, and administrative space will be clustered near the current campus center and will vary from three to five stories. The master plan has identified space for over 10,000 total beds on campus.
Some of the upcoming development at the university will include a new Performing Arts Center near the UTSA Oval, new Child Development Center that will be located in the northwest corner of the campus, a new arena near the terminus of the extended Paseo Principal that will replace the existing Convocation Center, and a Living Laboratory and Pavilion that will be built on the northwestern corner of the campus. There also will be a Tricentennial Innovation Park built and integrated with the future Roadrunner Village, a mixed-use development.