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UCSF opens $100 million+ global health complex, also houses chancellor’s office
San Francisco Business Times

UC San Francisco, which boasts of its emergence as a global health powerhouse, has opened a new 264,000-square-foot complex at Mission Bay to house its decade-old Global Health program as well as the biomedical university’s office of the chancellor. The new seven-story Mission Hall complex, which cost $99.5 million to build, is also known as the Global Health and Clinical Sciences Building. It’s located at 500 16th Street, across the street from the new UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay, slated to open in February.