UCSF Laurel Heights to Be Developed?

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UCSF is initiating a process to identify real estate opportunities for its Laurel Heights Campus, part of a strategy to reduce the University’s operating costs by consolidating campus work sites. UCSF seeks a developer to help create a compelling vision for the Laurel Heights site that will benefit the neighborhood, the City and County of San Francisco and UCSF.

At the same time, UCSF is seeking an additional 300,000 square feet near its Mission Bay campus.

The Laurel Heights Campus encompasses 363,000 square feet of offices and 543 parking spaces on a 10-acre campus site at 3333 California Street, formerly the site of Fireman's Fund. Approximately 1,200 UCSF employees work at the site.

The Chancellor’s Executive Cabinet on Dec. 18 approved the issuance of a Request for Qualifications (RFQ), followed by a Request for Proposals (RFP), to identify qualified developers.

You can ask questions or express your opinions by attending the UCSF Community Advisory Group [CAG] meeting on Tuesday, January 15, 6:30pm, or by email to Barbara Bagot-Lopez, Director, Community Relations, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it The formation of a neighborhood advisory board is planned.

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