Nestled in the heart of South of Market (or SoMa) neighborhood in San Francisco, the ultra-luxe condominiums at The Harrison boast the Ken Fulk-designed interiors and extensive amenities package, a 24-hour attended lobby, 24-hour valet service and an on-call concierge to name few. A new condo and townhouse development at 401 Harrison Street is strategically located in Rincon Hill in close proximity to South Beach, South of Market and Embarcadero, as well as the future Transbay Terminal and Transbay Park.
Developed by San Francisco based Maximus Real Estate Partners, The Harrison is the 298-unit luxury residential tower that promises to offers a whole new way to live in San Fran. Rather than having things, life at the lavish condos is all about having experiences, collecting moments, and forming indelible memories. It features the world-class design concept of celebrated interior designer Ken Fulk, The Harrison’s Creative Director, who has designed the building’s entire concept including the residences, the common areas and amenities for the luxury tower.
The Harrison rises 48 stories on the top of the city offering panoramic and unique vistas from every floor of its one- to three-bedrooms apartments. Sales for available units range in price from $800,000 to over $1,299,000. They feature diagonal-planked sculptured Oak wood floors, custom brass and casted-glass wall sconces, top-end appliances, bathrooms boast the walk-in showers with rainfall showered, the deep soaking tub and Waterworks fixtures.
The Sky Lounge and the European boutique hotel-style “grand salon” entry are among the most remarkable spots in all of San Francisco for residents of The Harrison. The Sky Lounge is an exclusive gathering spot to share in and experience the city’s great assets and wonderful vistas, while enjoying the company of world-renowned chefs, remarkable wine, art and entertainment. The grand salon plays an avant-garde tune via a piano and a jaw-dropping two-story cerused oak library and mezzanine above a polished checkerboard-style floor.