Hey, wouldn’t you just looooooove having a million-square-foot hospital rising up from 1101 Van Ness? I don’t know. There’s lots to consider, of course. Get up to speed with Curbed SF and the Socketsite if you’d like.
Now, to help to get you aboard with the concept, the California Pacific Medical Center and Barbary Coast Consulting are offering an Open House at the site on Sunday, September 12th from 12:30 to 3:00 PM.
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The building that’s there now (at least I think it’s still there) used to be the Cathedral Hill Hotel(which was famous for having a contract with Centerfolds strip club to house the more famous migrant strippers who passed through town) and before then it was called the Jack Tar Hotel (which was famous for being famous, for some reason.)
Whatever you do, stay away from Room 773:
Anyway, see you there on Sunday!
“Meet and talk with the medical and planning teams for the proposed hospital at Van Ness & Geary. Learn about patient services, architecture, streetscape, traffic, transportation, construction management, and CPMC’s citywide system of care, community partnerships, and more.”
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