Gavin Newsom and Company are damn well serious about this new San Francisco General Hospital business. In partnership with the Department of Public Health, Gavin has introduced a measure for the November ballot that, if passed, will secure the project with a $887.4 million general obligation bond. Fong & Chan Architects designed the cyclone of a building that already has some Curbed SF-reading physicians up in arms— our last post on the subject launched a comment war over the design, which leaves physicians' sleeping quarters back in the old building, thus forcing doctors to ... walk to the new building. And here we haven't even begun to debate the helipad.
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Helipad Hospital Re-Design Revealed [Curbed SF]