The Westerly is located in the Sunset District - specifically, Outer Sunset - and resides in close proximity to the Pacific coast. The neighborhood of Outer Sunset has a Walkscore of 83.


2800 Sloat Blvd

The Westerly is a condominium complex in Outer Sunset that is filled with numerous amenities and spacious homes. The homes can be considered to be dynamic and capacious, with ample natural lighting and open floor design. The Westerly has some unobstructed views of the Pacific, as well as a coastal atmosphere that is enhanced by the enduring sound of ocean waves. In the interior of the Westerly, one will find Bertazzoni stainless steel appliances with an induction range, refrigerator, and dishwasher. One would also see quartz countertops present in both the kitchen and the bathrooms. Further designs include stainless steel kitchen sinks, Kohler chrome fixtures, full-time backsplashes, contemporary tile finish in bathrooms, and contemporary door and cabinet hardware. The flooring is covered by 5” planks of hardwood oak flooring and is accentuated by 6” baseboards. 
When it comes to amenities, there are many available options. These amenities include on-site retail, a fitness studio, resident lounge and working space with lounge seating, a club lounge with a private event space, a dog wash, community garden, and underground parking. When it comes to parking, it is not deeded but first-come first serve. There is also street-parking in the event that there are no spots available in the underground parking lot. 

Available Units


Dog Wash
On-site Shopping
Fitness Center
Business Center
Balconies (select residences)
Bicycle Storage
On-site storage
Community Garden
Underground or Street parking
Private Event Space
Lobby and Guest Reception

Details & Fees

  • Built in 2020
  • Developers: Ocean Park Development, LLC
  • 56 Units / 6 Floors

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Attractive Neighborhood Features:

  • Located near the Financial District, Telegraph Hill is known for the iconic Coit Tower, named for the semaphor telegraph station located on the hill in the mid-19th century
  • Convenient neighborhood to live in for those working or studying in the city since it’s in close proximity to Union Square, North Beach, and Chinatown
  • Features green spaces like Pioneer Park, Greenwich Street Steps, and the popular Filbert Street Steps
  • Stunning views of the city, the Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge, many homes feature rooftop terraces or decks with panoramic views