UC Law SF Academic Village

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Cotchett Law Center

UC Law SF dedicated the cornerstone building of its new Academic Village at 333 Golden Gate Avenue on Aug. 27, 2020, announcing it is naming the Cotchett Law Center in honor of alumnus Joseph W. Cotchett ’64, one of America’s most distinguished attorneys and a dedicated patron of the college. The college’s first new academic building in 40 years, it was designed to Platinum LEED standards with six stories and 57,000 square feet of smart classrooms, offices, and a Sky Deck overlooking City Hall.

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198 McAllister Street

With 356,000 square feet, the new building will include academic and retail space plus below-market graduate student housing for some 670 students from UC Law SF; the University of California, San Francisco; and other institutions of higher education. Occupancy is set for June 2023. The developer is Greystar, the architect is Perkins & Will, and the general contractor is San Francisco-based Build Group.

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Naming Opportunities

For information on naming opportunities, please contact Eric Dumbleton, Chief Development Officer at 415-565-4616 or dumbletoneric@uclawsf.edu
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Cotchett Law Center

The Cotchett Law Center is a state-of-the-art academic hub featuring smart classrooms, conference rooms, and shared community spaces for students, faculty, and alumni.

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198 McAllister Street

UC Law SF secured $364 million in tax-exempt bond financing for construction of a 14-story, mixed-use complex that will replace Snodgrass Hall at 198 McAllister Street and add much-needed student housing.

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The Tower

The 198 McAllister project will be followed by the renovation and structural upgrade of the college’s iconic 28-story Tower at 100 McAllister Street.