Project Overview

When the UCSF Precision Cancer Medicine Building opens in spring 2019, it will provide a home for cancer patients to receive the highest quality treatment. It will be located at the UCSF Mission Bay Medical Center, on the southwest corner of 16th and 3rd streets, and will be connected to the Ron Conway Gateway Medical Building.

The building will consolidate solid tumor treatment from the Mount Zion, Parnassus, and Mission Bay campuses – the multidisciplinary exam rooms, infusion, radiation oncology, and radiology services will provide adult cancer outpatients the best care in one place, at one time.

Read the latest news about the project:

UCSF Precision Cancer Medicine Building Design Focuses on Patient Experience
March 20, 2017

UC Regents Approve Precision Cancer Medicine Building at Mission Bay
March 20, 2017


Design: July 2016 – June 2017
Community Meeting: February 8, 2017. 6:30 PM 
Anticipated Construction: April 2017 – August 2018
Occupancy: Spring 2019

Community Involvement

On Tuesday, November 7, UCSF held a meeting at Mission Hall to present upcoming construction activities and the impacts to the neighborhood. The presentation included an update on current designs of this project. 

2017.11.7 Mission Bay & Dogpatch Construction Community Meeting Agenda

2017.11.7 Mission Bay & Dogpatch Construction Community Meeting Powerpoint

UCSF hosted a community meeting to invite neighbors to learn more about the project and give feedback on the proposed building design.

Wednesday, February 8
Genentech Hall, Room N-114 | 600 16th Street

PCMB Community Meeting Agenda 2.8.2017

PCMB Community Meeting Presentation 2.8.2017


Leah Pimentel
Assistant Director, Community Relations
Community & Government Relations
University of California, San Francisco
3333 California Street, Suite 103 | San Francisco, CA 94118-0462
tel: 415/514-2651 | fax: 415/476-3541
[email protected]


Community & Government Relations Projects

UCSF is engaged in a variety of ongoing projects designed to enhance the campus and medical center, and better serve both patients and the greater community. When we embark on any project, planning always includes engagement with the local community.