New UCSF research facility navigating red tape

No recent objections! The residents have been kept completely in the dark about the plans. For months no one returned their request for an update. That is why there has been no objections. They didn’t know what to object to. Now they know and this is a CHALLENGE TO OBJECT!!
Not only is the SFMTA adding more parking challenges to the neighborhood, they are cutting direct service to General by cutting the 33 Line off at 16th Street, forcing site and weak patients to transfer at 16th and Potrero.

Grassroots Actions

By Jessica Kwong :sfexaminer – excerpt (map)

Two decades in the making, a new $160 million UC San Francisco research facility at San Francisco General Hospital is closer to reality than ever before.

The long-proposed five-story facility, to be constructed at the existing B-C parking lot at the southeast corner of the hospital campus near 23rd and Vermont streets, will be home to about 200 UCSF physician-scientists and some 800 employees working under them.

Members of the Health Commission on Tuesday unanimously passed a resolution endorsing a nonbinding agreement between The City and the UC system regents to lease the lot space. Base rent will be $180,000 annually for 75 years, with a 24-year option to extend.

Following an environmental review, the final ground lease would go before the Board of Supervisors around June 2016, with construction projected to begin sometime in 2017 for a grand opening in late…

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