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Report: CPMC’s proposed $2 billion Cathedral Hill campus could shrink to win city OK
San Francisco Business Times

California Pacific Medical Center, apparently bowing to the political winds in San Francisco, may be considering a reconfiguration of its planned $2 billion Cathedral Hill hospital campus and related seismic projects. That’s according to a Sunday evening online report in the San Francisco Chronicle’s Matier & Ross column. Instead of building a 555-bed monster hospital at Van Ness Avenue and Geary Boulevard and creating a $300 million new St.Luke’s Hospital tower in the Mission District, CPMC and parent Sutter Health are considering shrinking Cathedral Hill and upsizing the new St. Luke’s, according to the Chronicle.