UCSF Mission Bay Campus Master Plan

San Francisco, CA

Project Description

UCSF Mission Bay is a new 43-acre campus located in the emerging Mission Bay neighborhood in San Francisco. The campus was originally planned in 1999 to accommodate approximately 2.65 million square feet of research, clinical, housing, and support facilities. By 2009, the campus had rapidly grown to a point where 73% of the original site was either built-out or under construction, with significant additional development entitlement remaining.

The purpose of this study was to review and update the prior master plan with specific focus on:

- Maximizing the development opportunity on the remaining parcels.
- Investigating opportunities for increasing the approved development envelope (height, massing, etc.) on opportunity sites while retaining and improving the quality of life for researchers, students, residents and visitors to the campus.


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