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UCSF Center for Vision Neuroscience

Formerly known as Block 33, this facility will house a new Center for Vision Neuroscience with ophthalmology clinics as well as teaching, research, conference, and administrative space for various UCSF units currently located at multiple sites. The building consists of three wings: a 12-story tower, a five-story south wing and a three-story north wing with a rooftop garden. 

Project Overview

UCSF Center for Vision Neuroscience

The building will contain The Center for Vision Neurosciences, including ophthalmology research, teaching and office support, and clinical space. In addition, the new building will provide academic and administrative office space (including desktop research and computational labs) for various UCSF units currently distributed across multiple sites. The new building will be located on Mission Bay Block 33, at the southeast corner of 16th Street and 3rd Street, at UCSF Campus Mission Bay East.

Design: September 2016 – May 2017

Anticipated Construction: June 2017 – late 2019

Occupancy: late 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. 

Monday, November 7, 2016 at 6:30pm

Agenda

Presentation

Contact

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: 
[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.