2189 East Street has a colorful and complex history. This corner of Bonifacio and East Street was originally planned to be the furthermost corner of Concord when the city was being planned by the original settlers. Built in 1914, this house was originally the home of the Davila family. We have several pictures of the Davila family up around our office, including the one included on this page featuring Enos Davila, the patriarch of the family. The Davilas lived here through World War I where their son Frank served in the Army. After the Davila family moved, the house has served as a cardiology office, a church, and most recently, our office. We have been at this location since 1995.