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UC Regents approve breaking ground on UCSF’s $1.5 billion Mission Bay hospital Read more: UC Regent
San Francisco Business Times

The Regents of the University of California voted Thursday to approve construction of a new $1.52 billion women’s, children’s, and cancer specialty hospital at UC San Francisco’s burgeoning Mission Bay campus. The Regents unanimously approved going ahead with the 289-bed hospital in their Sept. 16 board meeting at the Rutter Center in Mission Bay. Plans now call for breaking ground on the 878,000-square-foot hospital project in December. Officials say it will be the first new hospital to be built in San Francisco in decades.