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San Francisco’s California Pacific Medical Center Campus to be Redeveloped into a Single-Family and Multifamily Residential Campus


TMG Parters and Grosvenor Americas have teamed up to redevelop the California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC) Presidio Heights campus in San Franciso. The redevelopment will transform the CPMC campus from a large-scale hospital to a thoughtfully designed single-family and multifamily residential project envisioned by Robert A.M. Stern Architects (RAMSA), a leading architecture firms with a reputation for the design of contextually appropriate residential buildings.

According to Matt Field, Chief Investment Officer of TMG Partners, the redevelopment entails converting the existing medical campus to a series of traditionally designed buildings focused on family housing, something that has always been at the core of the immediate neighborhood.

Grosvenor Americas has been active in the Bay Area for over 40 years and continues to own, manage and develop high quality properties in the iconic neighborhoods of San Francisco. The CPMC site represents the firm’s fourth residential project in San Francisco in recent years.

Robert A.M. Stern Architects’ vision proposes a collection of buildings inspired by different aspects of the city’s rich architectural history and the fabric of the surrounding residential neighborhood, including traditionally designed residences in buildings ranging from three to seven stories. The 273 single family and multifamily homes are oriented towards family housing, with more than 80% of units having two or more bedrooms.

Project details include:

• Demolition of the majority of the CPMC/Sutter Health hospital facility buildings following CPMC/Sutter Health’s opening of the new hospital on Van Ness Avenue
• Conversion of the Marshall Hale building at 3698 California
• Retention of the 401 Cherry apartment building
• Construction of up to 37 new buildings, below-grade parking, and project amenities
• New building heights of approximately 35’-80’ encompassing 3-7 stories with the tallest new buildings being shorter than the tallest existing hospital buildings
• Up to 273 units, including 14 single family homes and 259 multifamily homes

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