2400 Fulton Street is a compilation album of music from the San Francisco rock band Jefferson Airplane, originally released in 1987. The title is taken from the street address of a house the band maintained near the Haight-Ashbury district of San Francisco in the late 1960s.
The CD release is titled "2400 Fulton Street --- The CD Collection", contains eleven tracks not included on other releases, and features the otherwise unavailable Levis radio commercials of 1967. At the time, Levi Strauss marketed a line of jeans that were bleached white by exposure to sea water. Termed White Levis, they nevertheless came in several colors and were popular among surfers along the west coast . Levi Strauss & Co. commissioned two short radio spots, which aired nationally in the United States.
Allmusic's Bruce Eder rated the compilation four out of five stars. He explained that it "[jumps] around a little too much, but provides a look for the uninitiated into the evolution of the group's sound". He concluded by stating that "the sound was a major improvement at the time" and that "the notes contained what was, at the time, perhaps the best easily available account of the group's history."