“Downtown” – Britton
2008 conversion, home to 38 residences at 901 Bush between Taylor and Jones Streets in the Downtown neighborhood of San Francisco. The building was originally built in 1909 in the Beaux-Arts style and was converted from apartments to condominium homes in 2008.
Home sizes at 901 Bush include studios, one-bedroom homes, and two-bedroom homes. Building amenities include a roof deck, deeded storage, an intercom, and an elevator.
Developer: Mike Cassidy
If 901 Bush is your front doorstep, then you’ll find your home is amazingly well-located to the heart of classic San Francisco. Whether you want to walk to the shops of Union Square, the jobs in the Financial District (FiDi), the culture of the Theatre District or the only-in-SF people watching at Huntington Park in Nob Hill, you’ll discover it is all a very short distance from this boutique conversion of a 1909 Beaux-Arts building. If you’d prefer to stay home instead of heading out, then you’ll appreciate the great city views from the rooftop deck.
Number of Homes
1909 / Converted 2008
Amenities and Finishes
Roof deck, lobby, deeded storage, intercom, and elevator. Some units have private terraces.
Below Market Rate (Inclusionary Housing) Homes
There are five BMR homes on-site.