Bay Buildings Neighborhoods New Developments SocketSite Readers Report Going, Going, And…Gone On Cathedral Hill April 30, 2014 From going, going, to gone, the old Jack Tar Hotel on Cathedral Hill has been razed and it’s on to months of digging for the foundation and parking garage of CPMC’s Cathedral Hill Hospital to rise. Related: Cathedral Hill CPMC Jack Tar Hotel Recent Articles Fed Cuts Stimulus On Indicators Of Activity Despite Anemic Q1 Encroaching On The Hells Angels In San Francisco Comments from “Plugged-In” Readers Posted by soccermom 9 months ago Quick, now, somebody launch a ballot measure to restrict building on the site and foster an open space location!!! “This isn’t 8 Washington Smokey, there are rules.” Reply Posted by sixtypercenttogether 9 months ago we seriously need a GIF of the teardown progress. can anyone help with that? Reply Posted by Alvin 9 months ago Here you go! After selecting a camera, click the play button on the top right. http://vng.cpmc2020.org/construction-cameras-chooser Reply Posted by sixtypercenttogether 9 months ago @Alvin: YOU JUST BLEW MY MIND! citizen_kane_clapping.gif Reply Posted by The Milkshake of Despair 9 months ago That time lapse was instructive. It was interesting to see how cranes were used to support and move the safety curtains around. Reply Posted by Ebro 9 months ago Needs more parking Reply Posted by asiago 9 months ago needs less parking let’s nudge doctors, nurses and especially patients (not to mention ambulance drivers) to use more public transit that’s what my generation is doing anyway Reply Posted by jeremy 9 months ago Yes! Less Parking!!! Old folks coming in for severe rheumatoid arthritis treatments should bike their way to see their doctor!! 25 year olds can do it. Why can’t they do it to? They’re just selfish and entitled car people, stuck in their old ways. Reply Posted by Futurist 9 months ago That’s right. My doctor is going to hop on Muni. Not a chance. Hospitals need lots of parking and they will build it that way. Reply Posted by BTinSF 9 months ago As a doctor, I can tell you that when I get called to come see a patient who is in the ER or who has taken a turn for the worse in the middle of the night, the first thing I look forward to is a multi-mile bike ride across town in the dark. And, of course, the time I save doing that (or waiting for an “owl service muni bus”) means a lot to the patient who needs me as well. Reply Posted by BobN 9 months ago that’s what my generation is doing anyway Well, expect increasing mortality rates as a result. Reply Posted by Fishchum 9 months ago Wow, the car-first parking brigade is out in full force. Can someone point out to me in this thread someone who SERIOUSLY suggested this project needs less parking? Reply Posted by Mikey 9 months ago I am pretty sure asiago was trolling. So hard to tell these days. Reply Add a Comment Cancel Reply Comment Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Name * Email * Website Incorrect or empty reCAPTCHA response, please try again. Enter the two words in the box: Enter the numbers you hear: Open Larger Map Trending Inside A Late Architect's Distinctive Telegraph Hill Home Modern Architecture On Albion Priced At $1,350 Per Square Foot Plans For 76 Micro-Units And A Multi-Million Dollar Flip San Francisco Rents Slip From Record High Measure To Block Flower Mart Redevelopment Looms Cathedral Hill Rising (And Soon To Be Razed) Affordable 200-Unit Mission Bay Building Slated To Break Ground San Francisco’s Unemployment Rate Under 4%, Lowest In 9 Years San Francisco Home Values Tick Up, Condos Hit New High Has A Million Really "Vanished" From The SoMa Community Fund?