$2B SF Hospital Project Clears Final Board Hurdle

Law360, New York (June 25, 2013, 9:23 PM EDT) -- The San Francisco board of supervisors Tuesday gave its final stamps of approval to a lengthy development agreement and various zoning changes that will shepherd California Pacific Medical Center’s $2 billion hospital expansion plan, after a year of intense negotiations.

In two unanimous votes, the board passed a dozen ordinances and resolutions regarding the controversial project. The approvals included greenlighting general and urban design plans for the Sutter Health affiliate's proposed hospital campuses and awarding various planning and zoning code exceptions for the project to get...
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