The Harrison in San Francisco’s SOMA Nears Sell Out

The Harrison, San Francisco, Compass, Maximus Real Estate Partners

The Luxury High-Rise Known for its Stylish Amenities and Unmatched Views Has Just 10% of its Residences — Including its Last Half-floor Penthouse — Remaining

San Francisco, CA — The Harrison — a fully-amenitized luxury high-rise located in San Francisco’s SoMa neighborhood — announced today it is near sell out. Among the 10% of remaining homes are a limited number of one-, two- and three-bedroom residences, and the last half-floor penthouse.  

“The East Cut/South of Market (SoMa) neighborhood, in which The Harrison was one of the original developments that defined and pioneered luxury living in this area, has become a magnet for luxury condos and eager buyers,” said Morgan Ball, Managing Director at Compass. “Even with new high-rises coming to market and the neighborhood becoming more popular with developers, The Harrison remains stylishly different and still has the best views around.”

Owners at The Harrison include families, couples and singles, as well as individuals from outside of San Francisco who are purchasing a second or third home. While the buyer profile is varied, many are Bay-area tech executives, international business professionals, athletes, entrepreneurs and semi-retired couples seeking the modern amenities and personalized concierge services of a residential-only luxury building.

“As tech companies continue to expand their presence in this part of San Francisco, and with an increased confidence in the San Francisco real estate market, favorable interest rates and the security of an occupied building, we continue to see a demand for a luxury product that is move-in ready,” said Matthew Myzak, Partner at Maximus Real Estate Partners. “As we approach sell out, we anticipate seeing more tech professional buyers who seek to live close to their work, along with second and third home buyers.”

Designed by Ken Fulk, The Harrison’s stylish interiors are outfitted with floor-to-ceiling windows, diagonal-planked Siberian oak floors, Bertazzoni appliances, Sub-Zero refrigerators, polished white slab Carrara marble countertops, Waterworks unlacquered brass fixtures, herringbone tile bathroom floors, Studio Becker Ash Molina cabinetry, custom Mechoshade window treatments, and open-air balconies.

The Harrison’s robust amenities include: a private, 49th-floor penthouse lounge and speakeasy, private dining room and catering kitchen, grand entry salon, pantry, valet, fitness center, swimming pool, Jacuzzi and The Harrison Attaché, a dedicated concierge who coordinates everything from dinner reservations to private functions to travel arrangements.  Homes start at $1.6 million. 

The 49-story building is situated on the top of Rincon Hill, providing residents with San Francisco’s most coveted Bay Bridge, Twin Peaks, city and marina views. Residents at The Harrison enjoy the convenience and close proximity to many of San Francisco’s finest cultural attractions, including the Ferry Building and Oracle Park, retail establishments, the new Chase Center and a number of the city’s top restaurants. As SoMa stakes its claim as the new economic epicenter of San Francisco, businesses such as Facebook, LinkedIn and AirBnB have all set up office within blocks from The Harrison. The newest addition to the neighborhood is the Transbay Transit Center and City Park, now named Salesforce Park, which includes up to 100,000-square feet of retail space and a 5.4-acre rooftop park. The transit center connects eight Bay Area counties through 11 transportation systems. 

The Harrison is located at 401 Harrison Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 and can be reached at 415.721.7788.   

About The Harrison

The Harrison is a move-in ready luxury high-rise featuring 49 floors and 298 total one-, two-, and three-bedroom homes. Situated on Rincon Hill, residences boast sprawling living spaces, open kitchens, spa-like baths, and panoramic views that frame some of the best city and Bay vistas San Francisco has to offer. The stylish and luxurious residential-only condominium was designed by Ken Fulk, who is renowned for designing some of most talked-about interiors and events around the globe.

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