Boy, the UCSF Laurel Heights Campus is Nothing But a Big Fat Waste of 10 Acres – Let’s Hope This Changes Soon

I don’t know when this UC “campus” got built, but just look at what was in fashion back in the day:

Huge empty lawns and huge empty driveways that never get used. What were they thinking? Were these lawns a “gift” to the people of San Francisco? Were they something we wanted or appreciated paying for? IDK.

I could see this place out in the country where there’s plenty of space, but I don’t know what it’s doing in SF.

Anyway, we’ll be enjoying this campus as we walk, ride, and drive by for the next half-decade, it looks like.

And then, who knows.

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2 Responses to “Boy, the UCSF Laurel Heights Campus is Nothing But a Big Fat Waste of 10 Acres – Let’s Hope This Changes Soon”

  1. ann says:

    Is this the old Fireman’s Fund site? Which used to be a cemetery?

  2. TinyTim says:

    Yes. Dead bodies gone; finished, exhumed, reburied, forgotten, denied, redundant, expendable. Dead, I say, dead. Firemen’s Fund went to Novato where many SF policeman and firemen moved, starting in the 1980′s — INSURING a bright future for our emergency personnel to be around when the big quake hits. Remove the bodies to Colma and then eventually establish an insurance company. Why didn’t they insure that the bodies would stay alive forever? Now they can’t be the always-maligned NIMBY’s because they’ve moved their backyards!!

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