Hot on the heels of Salesforce's massive leasing announcement this morning is news that their previously planned 2 million square foot campus in Mission Bay could be home to a new VA Medical Center cooperated by The San Francisco VA and UCSF. A 343,500 square foot building would rise on 10 of the 14 acre parcel, with roughly half the building used for the VA and half for UCSF. The estimated $300-$550 million cost of the project will sting a little less thanks to a recent $100 million donation by none other than Saleforce founder Marc Benioff. The final four acres of the Salesforce-owned land will also go to UCSF to construct a 300,000 sq.ft. office building.
· Salesforce Inks Massive Lease at the Transbay Tower [Curbed SF]
·Salesforce Mission Bay site targeted for massive VA medical center project [SF Business Times]
·Benioffs donate another $100 million to children's hospitals [SFGate]