An abandoned campus in California is a perfect example of what happens when a university mall is neglected and forgotten.
A massive structure that is the site of the University of California-Davis (UC-Davis), has been left derelict for years.
While it is an amazing, beautiful, and unique location for a college campus, the area around it has been neglected for years, according to the Los Angeles Times.
The university used to be one of the top universities in the world, but over the past several years it has struggled to make ends meet and has closed its doors.
It has been in such poor condition that it was deemed “unfit to live.”
The site is just a few blocks away from downtown Los Angeles.
“We are trying to find some other way to keep this beautiful place open,” UC-Davis spokeswoman Mary Anne Fink told the Times.
“I think we are going to need to look at the land.
I don’t know how we’re going to keep it open, but I think it’s the only thing that’s keeping it open.”
The university’s main campus is located in Davis, California.
As a result of the dereliction, UC-Davis was forced to relocate to a new location in downtown Los Angles.
The university was forced out of its home campus, which it had occupied since the early 1900s.
For decades, UC Davis had a parking lot and parking garage at the location, but the building was closed off.
UC-Dawson also used to have a parking garage, but it was closed to the public for decades due to the mall’s proximity to downtown LA.
This is just one of many instances where the university has been forced to close a campus due to lack of funds.
According to the Times, a $6 million renovation of the mall in 2000 created a parking space for 1,400 cars.
However, the mall was forced back into the ground by the city of Davis and is now facing the same fate.
Over the years, the university’s facilities have been neglected, with parking spaces often falling into disrepair.
In the past, it has used the area as a “touristy hotspot,” which is an outdoor mall with a theme park in the middle of it.
Many students walk by campus, but many students have not had the opportunity to see the mall as it is abandoned.
A recent investigation by the Los Angle Times showed that UC- Davis had an “unprecedented” amount of empty and unsafe space on its campus.
According to the investigation, the University lost nearly $1.2 million in its budget to relocate from its current location in San Francisco to the University Center in Davis.
On top of the money lost from moving, UC’s campus was also damaged during the World Trade Center attack.
The area was hit by the massive plane that brought down the Twin Towers on 9/11, killing nearly 3,000 people.