CPMC Cathedral Hill Hospital Construction

Up the street from the McDonald’s site and cater-corner to 1200 Van Ness, the foundation for CPMC’s Cathedral Hill Hospital is being poured and should be finished in April.  The tower cranes for the hospital project will start rising next week.

And while originally scheduled to begin late last year, we’re still waiting for the official word on when the demolition of the buildings across the street, not including the Concordia-Argonaut Club, will commence in order to clear the way for CPMC’s Medical Office Building.

CPMC’s Cathedral Hill hospital is currently slated to open its doors in 2019.

CPMC Cathedral Hill Campus Timeline

4 thoughts on “Cathedral Hill Rising (And Soon To Be Razed)”
  1. This will transform the whole Area. Polk Street will really benefit from this hospital. There is a dearth of good retail on Van Ness and Van Ness is not pedestrian friendly. Same with Franklin St.

    There is a vacant three unit building for sale asking $1.5M on Jackson between Jones and Leavenworth Streets (steep hill.) Assume gut job. The bigwigs passed on it because they wanted something closer to the Van Ness Side (or at least on a flat street)

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