The Harrison: The Epitome of Luxury Living

From the moment one steps into The Harrison’s grand lobby, it is clear that the building provides owners superior levels of luxury and comfort. The magnificent tower that stands at 401 Harrison St. offers homes with prime location and unmatched amenities and services that shield residents from the city’s fast paced hustle-and-bustle. Here are three reasons why The Harrison is the best of the best in terms of San Francisco luxury condos.

The Harrison Grand Lobby


Initially intended to be part of the One Rincon Hill establishment, the Harrison combines some of the extravagant amenities that its neighbor offers with its own impressive list to create the perfect urban amenities package. On the second floor, The Harrison boasts a 2,500 square foot fitness center with rare city views that is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment for both weightlifting and cardio, a locker room, steam room, and a yoga studio. Additionally, the roof of One Rincon Hill grants residents of The Harrison full access to a heated pool and jacuzzi. Accessible by the 7th floor, the pool area will also include a lounge area, firepit and two full sized grills.

One Rincon Hill Pool

The luxury tower will also feature a 49th-floor Skydeck exclusive to residents that will offer top notch comfort and luxury. When completed in September, the area will serve as the perfect social gathering space for residents with its expansive views of the entire city and Bay Bridge. Uncle Harry’s, as the Skydeck will soon be known, will feature floor-to-ceiling windows, a stunning fireplace, and a fully equipped catering kitchen. Residents will be able to rent this space with a simple phone call to the front desk. As a result, The Harrison provides owners easy access to one of the most exclusive entertaining spots in the city.

Harrison Pantry

To top it all off, The Pantry is perhaps the tower’s most unique amenity. On the fourth floor, an entire room will be stocked fresh daily with pastries, cold drinks, yogurts, and two high-tech coffee machines. Conveniently located on the way to the garage, residents can ensure they start every day off right with fresh pastries and a morning latte.


Harrison Services

The Harrison prides itself on providing the absolute best service in San Francisco. The building has doormen at both the front and garage valet entrances at all times of the day. The front desk is also available all hours of the day and is always ready to attend to any and all needs. Whether you need food delivered or want to host an event at Uncle Harry’s, the front desk can help. Valet services are available 24 hours a day to help residents in and out of their vehicles as fast as possible. To make this service more convenient, the Harrison created a mobile app for owners to communicate with the valet service. This way, owners can receive ETA’s to ensure they transition in and out of the building smoothly.Luxury Attache

The Harrison’s commitment to world-class service is further evident in their full-time, full-service concierge service through Attaché. Most noteworthy, the building employs a full-time lifestyle manager tasked with taking care of all scheduling needs. The lifestyle manager can book flights, plan vacations, make reservations at any restaurant, find tickets for concerts, sporting events, or just about anything else that owners may have in mind.


Yerba Buena Gardens

The Harrison is just steps away from the very best that San Francisco has to offer. Located in the SOMA neighborhood, the building is just a short walking distance from a long list of incredible restaurants. Additionally, The Harrison will be just steps away from some of the best shopping on the West Coast in Union Square. It is a short walk from the picture-esque Embarcadero waterfront, AT&T park,  and multiple renowned museums, including San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.

Transbay Transit Center

A new development is set to improve The Harrison’s location in a grand way. The Transbay Transit Center, set to open in 2017, is already called the “Grand Central Station of the West.” The $6 billion project will connect eight Bay Area counties and the State of California through eleven transit systems. Since the Transbay Transit Center will be just a half-mile from the Harrison, it will give residents unparalleled access to what will be the best public transportation hub in San Francisco.

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