The new 120,000-square-foot, two-building residence hall is organized around a series of intimately scaled and linked outdoor courtyards and features 600-beds for undergraduate students, along with a variety of shared community spaces. The design for the residence hall complements CSUCI's historic mission-style architectural character.  Our work on the historic Islands Café included the renovation of the 14,000-square-foot, 230-seat dining room and kitchen; a 1,700 square-foot addition and a new outdoor seating patio.

Both the Santa Rosa Village and Islands Café are LEED Gold and were delivered using the CSU system's new Collaborative Design-Build delivery method. It is Sundt’s second project on the Channel Islands campus.