The District | 2655 Bush St.

“Divisadero Corridor Living.” – Matt

Completed in 2016, The District is home to 81 residences at 2655 Bush in the Lower Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco.

Home sizes at The District include one-bedroom and two-bedroom layouts. Building amenities include a fitness center, secure lobby, residents’ lounge, rooftop deck, and a landscaped interior courtyard.

Developer: KB Homes| Builder: Midstate Residential Construction Inc. | Architect: KTGY


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The District at 2655 Bush

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Recent MLS-Listed Sales

$1,250,000 | 2, 2
MLS# 468635
For Comp Purposes Only. Pacific Heights meets Modern Luxury. Designer upgraded 2bed/2bath penthouse redefines urban living w/ views, outdoor balcony, and parking. Northern views of city lights and treetops. European chef's Kitchen w/gas range, Thermador fridge, Bosch stainless appliances, CaesarStone...

More About the Building

The District at 2655 Bush Street was formerly the San Francisco Community Convalescent Home, which was closed in 2005.  The District is located in Lower Pacific Heights, at the southwest corner of Divisadero and Bush streets. It was originally slated to become a parking lot, but went through a couple of hand-offs before being acquired as a “shovel ready” project for KB Home.


Number of Homes

Construction Schedule
Built in 2016

86 parking spots. One is a car-share spot.

Amenities and Finishes
Fitness center, secure lobby, residents’ lounge, rooftop deck, and a landscaped interior courtyard.

Below Market Rate (Inclusionary Housing) Homes
The developer elected to pay an additional fee and the BMR homes are off-site.


Other Buildings to Consider

The District is located in an area that isn’t know for a lot of newer or new construction. The Icon and The Century are at the other end of the Divisadero corridor, while 555 Fulton is a mid-rise building in Hayes Valley also with interior courtyards.