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Old Posted Feb 11, 2020, 2:07 AM
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Originally Posted by Pedestrian View Post
In other words, the short answer is YES, of course.

A medical facility serving a region, as UCSF does, needs some parking because it serves people who don't live in SF and have to drive from the CV, far North Bay and other distant places to get the highly specialized care available in CA only at UC and places like it (such as UCLA down south). If you live in Eureka and get cancer, you may still very well want to come to UC.

But ultimately, I would expect nearly all the parking in Mission Bay to be in multi-level structures or underground and none in the kind of surface lots seen in current photos.
I don't know for sure, but I think the area being on fill may also have something to do with the general lack of underground lots (or at least deep underground lots). Most places only have garages on the surface or parking that goes at most one level below ground.
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