University of Virginia Ivy Corridor

Charlottesville, VA

The University of Virginia’s Ivy Corridor serves as a prominent campus connection and designated entrance corridor for the City of Charlottesville. The formerly underutilized site is a key connector between the University’s north and central grounds. A new hotel and conference center and School of Data Science building will be constructed and occupy the corridor, in addition to future campus buildings with a range of uses. Sustainability and environmental considerations are at the forefront for this new development, with a large focus on stormwater improvements, as well as streetscape enhancements along Ivy Road, such as wider sidewalks, new plantings, safety improvements, new bike lanes, and bus stops.

Color rendering of a large open water feature and amphitheater seating serving as the focal point for the Ivy Corridor.


  • University of Virginia


  • Land Survey

  • Site Planning

  • Site/Civil Engineering

  • Streetscape Design

  • Structures Design & Engineering

  • Traffic Engineering

  • Traffic Signal Design & Engineering

  • Transportation Planning & Engineering

  • Utilities Design