The Harrison

The Building

SoMa’s landmark luxury residential high-rise set high atop Rincon Hill. Beyond a Grand Salon lobby, find 281 lavish residences and 17 penthouses, complete with custom, high-end details and unrivaled vistas of the Bay Bridge, Twin Peaks, city and marina beyond. Designed by the ever-renowned Ken Fulk, The Harrison sets a new benchmark for luxe urban living, affording residents incomparable style and indulgent amenities set to San Francisco’s most iconic views.
Soaring 500 feet above Rincon Hill, this distinct collection of 17 luxurious penthouses includes five half floor three-bedroom residences and twelve two-bedroom residences. Boasting unimpeded views, each penthouse brings to fruition a peerless lifestyle marked by high-end details and personalized service.
The Harrison offers one-, two- and three-bedroom residences complete with far-reaching living spaces, open-concept kitchens and exquisite baths. Each is designed to maximize unimpeded views of the Bay Bridge to the north, Twin Peaks to the south, marina to the east and city to the west—all by virtue of expansive floor-to-ceiling windows throughout.
Developer: Maximus Equity Partner: Rockport
Architect/Interiors: Solomon Cordwell Buenz/Ken Fulk

Amenities

Attaché concierge: Premium tickets and VIP events, Restaurant recommendations and reservations, Entry to sought-after nightclubs, bars, and lounges, Attache conveniences:  Moving coordination and storage solutions, Custom closet installation and home organization, Interior design services, Art installation and storage, Utility setup and AV installation, Window treatments, Housekeeping, Child and pet care, Handyman, Dry-cleaning and garment care.
A palatial Grand Salon lobby that is staffed 24/7, a luxurious penthouse lounge, café-style Pantry, fully-equipped fitness center, heated pool and spa and valet parking.
Uncle Harry’s—a private penthouse lounge with a luxe dining room, speakeasy and catering kitchen—Grand Salon lobby, fully-stocked café-style Pantry, fitness center, swimming pool, hot tub and personalized concierge service.

Parking
1bed/1baths come with 1 parking spot, excluding 11 units that won’t include parking. The 2bed/2baths come with 1 parking spot. Parking is not deeded but valet.
Requirements
Pre-approval required, and Realtor required for showing appointments. Call us if you want an in-depth guidance to the process. For appointments, 
call (415) 735-5867.
Price Range
$800K-$3M and HOA is $1000 – $1250/mo. Contact us for more details.
Units
298 residences total on 49 stories. The 1bed/1baths are approximately 700-800 sq ft. The 2bed/2baths are about 1300 sq ft. 3 bed units are also available.
Availability
As of February 2021, there are 11 active listings, 2- and 3-bedroom units with price ranging from $2,506,222 to $6,075,000.
Location

401 Harrison St.

San Francisco, CA 94105

Neighborhood
SOMA
Current Status
Date on Market: April 2016
Number of Homes: 298
Closed: 266
Available: 31

SOMA

An energetic fusion of high-end modern living and industrial charm, SOMA (South of Market) stretches from Market Street to the waterfront. It has become a cultural epicenter over the past several decades, home to the Moscone Center, Contemporary Jewish Museum, Cartoon Art Museum, Museum of African Diaspora, SF MOMA, and more. Yerba Buena Gardens is twelve square blocks of nature, art, and fun for both kids and adults, with landscaped lawns, waterfalls, a sculpture court, playground, ice rink, carousel, bowling alley, and an excellent interactive children’s museum. Salesforce Park offers plenty of daytime diversion as well, filling 5.4 acres with botanical gardens, public art, and a daily schedule of free events. For beautiful views of the bay with a side of baseball, check out a game at Oracle Park, home of the SF Giants. If retail is your sport of choice, head to Westfield Center or one of SOMA’s many one-of-a-kind boutiques. Feel free to shop until your blood sugar drops – the eclectic neighborhood is well-known for its diverse dining scene, ranging from casual to destination to deliciously kitschy. The neighborhood's grocery stores have everything you need for dinners at home, and you can always grab a quick bite at SOMA StrEat Food Park or the Heart of the City Farmers’ Market. There are plenty of speakeasies, cocktail lounges, and sports bars to keep you busy from happy hour on.
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