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Golden Eagle Building

The 120,000 square foot Golden Eagle Building is located in the center of the Cal State L.A. campus. Comprised of two adjoining structures separated by a promenade, this building houses food services, including a food court with seating for approximately 750, kitchen and catering operations, a 600-seat banquet and conference center, the University Club restaurant, 25,000 square-foot two-story University Bookstore (operated by Barnes and Noble College Stores, Inc.), as well as UAS administrative offices, the University's Office of Research & Sponsored Programs (ORSP), the Golden Eagle Service Center, classrooms and meeting spaces for the Cal State L.A. Extended Education Division and the Pat Brown Institute.




Historical Facts

  • The three-story structure comprised of two adjoining buildings

  • More than 78,000 square feet

  • Architects: HGA /Tate Snyder Kimsey

  • It occupies the site of the University's former cafeteria.

  • The Eagle's Landing (old cafeteria) demolished in June 2001

  • Principal Construction: Fall 2001 to Summer 2003


Current Functions

  • 22,000 square foot University Bookstore operated by Barnes & Noble College Stores, Inc.

  • Food Court with multiple quick-serve restaurants

  • The University Club Restaurant

  • Conference/banquet/meeting venue, including a six hundred seat ballroom

  • 850 square foot state of the art Conference Room

  • Other tenants include:

    • College of Extended Learning (with classrooms, library and computer lab)

    • Office of Research and Sponsored Programs

    • Edmund G. Pat Brown Institute

    • Golden Eagle Copy Center

    • UAS corporate offices

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