The Santa Monica College has broken ground on its new campus building at 23555 Civic Center Way in Malibu.
The three-acre campus will include dedicated labs for science and art; a multipurpose physical activity space; a 100-seat lecture hall with raked seating; a computer lab; and two general education classrooms.
Designed by QDG Architecture, a one-story wing will also house the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s substation. The campus is expected to open in 2022.
The campus is expected cost of $50 million which includes costs for construction, contributions to the City of Malibu for clean water facility improvements, and full prepayment of rent to the county.