Real Estate Services

North Point
Sandler Neurosciences Center

Real Estate Services, a unit of UCSF Real Estate, is responsible for all UCSF campus and Health System real estate development, asset management and support service activities. 

Real Estate Services is comprised of four units: Transaction Management, Asset Management, Real Estate Facilities Management, and Administration. The staff administer the acquisition and disposition of real property, manage the development of new campus buildings through public/private partnerships, and provide asset management services.

Real Estate Services is responsible for all UCSF campus and Health System real estate development, asset management and support service activities.  The department administers the acquisition and disposition of real property, manages the development of new campus buildings through public/private partnerships, and provides asset management services for 1.5 million square feet of leased health care facilities, research labs, office, and residential.  The Real Estate portfolio consists of 1.5 million square feet, $65 million in lease costs and $200 million in annual construction costs.

Real Estate
Assets

Real Estate Development

  • Leads strategic planning for accommodation of future real estate space needs
  • Identifies and evaluates properties for lease, acquisition and disposition 
  • Negotiates business terms of transactions, obtains required UC approvals, and secures agreement on binding legal documentation
  • Creates public/private partnerships (P3)
  • Prepares and manages licenses, easements and other real estate transactions
  • Responsible for administration of leases and other real estate contracts, including lease accounting, lease renewals and expansions

 

  • Manages approximately 1,500,000 rentable square feet of health care, research, office and residential space leased from private owners 
  • Analyzes and programs leased space needs
  • Coordinates with UCSF users on space planning of leased space
  • Supervises construction of leased space build-outs
  • Develops new buildings for UCSF users through public/private partnerships