Slated to be approved by San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors tomorrow, the revised Development Agreement for CPMC’s proposed Cathedral Hill Campus and St. Luke’s Hospital calls for a slightly shorter Cathedral Hill Campus and a two story taller St. Luke’s:
The height of the proposed Cathedral Hill Hosptial which will be built to accommodate 304 beds (30 of which won’t be built out until the new St. Luke’s is open and has hit an average weekday census of at least 90 patients) has been reduced by two stories within the tower and one story within the podium, decreasing the total proposed building height from 15 floors and 265 feet to 12 floors and 226 feet.
While underground parking for the Cathedral Hill Hospital will be reduced from 513 to 276 spaces, the number of parking spaces within the proposed Medical Office Building across the street (542) and conversion of 1375 Sutter Street (172) remain unchanged for a total of 990 parking spaces across the Cathedral Hill Campus.
With 120 beds as proposed, up from 80, the height of the proposed St. Luke’s hospital has been increased by two floors to seven, an increase from 99 to 142 feet. The number of proposed parking spaces within the Medical Office Building remains at 220 with another 215 spaces in the existing Duncan Street Garage and 15 surface spots for a total of 450 spots across the campus.
The footprints and general designs for both buildings remain the same. Click for the full terms of the revised development agreement or on the images above to enlarge.
∙ Compromise Reached For CPMC’s Cathedral Hill Campus To Rise [SocketSite]
∙ CPMC Development Agreement And Term Sheet