The purpose of this thread is to compile information about the Niner Village as it becomes avaliable.
In a niner online article:
"The need to the entrance comes partly as a result of the development center scheduled to be built around the same time as the Greek village. The center, named 49er Village, is not affiliated with the University, but the private development seeks to work with the University as far as connections to campus. The center will feature new restaurant concepts, shops and more.
Construction for the village could begin as early as June, or as soon as those involved with the village can get supplies together. That is, if the cost of the construction does not exceed the predetermined price to be announced this month."