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Completed in 2006, the Campus Recreation Center, is the work of signature architect and Pritzker Prize winner Thom Mayne.
The 350,000-square-foot facility is anchored by a premier fitness facility and includes housing, a restaurant, classrooms a store and more.
The Campus Recreation Center, the final piece of UC's dynamic MainStreet initiative, is easily the largest and most complex facility on campus.
The CRC has a vibrant atmosphere for fitness and recreation with more than 200 cutting-edge cardio and strength machines.
Over the gymnasium is this suspended running/walking track.
A work out with a view. Floor-to-ceiling windows inside the facility offer panoramic perspectives of UC's MainStreet.
Water features include an Olympic-sized lap pool, a leisure pool and a whirlpool.
The 393-seat CenterCourt Dining Center has seven distinct taste stations to enjoy.
Climbing enthusiasts will enjoy the 40-foot climbing wall and bouldering wall.
The massive facility boasts a six-court gymnasium for basketball, volleyball and recreational sports leagues year around.
The facility offers a unique current channel for those who want an upstream workout.
Overlooking Nippert Stadium is the Stadium View Cafe, open for lunch.
The $113 million facility and its diverse amenities offers the UC community a place to stay fit, have a bite, make their home, attend class or just hang out.
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