$2.5 billion healthcare project in San Francisco gets key approval
The proposed $2.5 billion California Pacific Medical Center project cleared a major hurdle when San Francisco’s Planning Commission approved its final environmental impact report. Requested exemptions to city planning codes also passed. The center aims to build and renovate five facilities across San Francisco including a new 555-bed hospital on Cathedral Hill. The facility’s Davies campus would be renovated as a four-story neuroscience institute.