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Seavest Healthcare Properties recently succeeded in obtaining a health services conditional use zoning change for the 119,262-square-foot 939 Ellis building in Downtown San Francisco. The property had been zoned for commercial office use. Seavest Healthcare Properties recently succeeded in obtaining a health services conditional use zoning change for the 119,262-square-foot 939 Ellis building in Downtown San Francisco. The property had been zoned for commercial office use.

SAN FRANCISCO—White Plains, NY-based Seavest Healthcare Properties has secured approvals from the city to convert what had been a vacant office building in the Van Ness corridor into a 119,292-square-foot medical office building.

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