From The Harrison’s remaining available residences comes this one-bedroom floor plan with a beautifully-fluid layout and expansive Twin Peaks views beyond floor-to-ceiling windows. Replete with diagonal-planked Siberian Oak floors, polished white slab Carrara marble countertops, unlacquered Waterworks brass fixtures and a Bosch washer and dryer, the residence is home to luxe decorative details framed by unrivaled vistas. Set high above the city, yet moments from San Francisco’s most sought-after restaurants, shops and local attractions, this residence realizes an idyllic life marked by five-star amenities, 24/7 concierge service and inimitable details selected by renowned designer Ken Fulk.

Through the entry, one is welcomed by an illuminated interior with each deluxe finish accented by an inrush of natural light. The kitchen, complete with Studio Becker Ash Molina cabinetry, polished Carrara marble counters and Bertazzoni and Subzero appliances, sets the ultimate stage for a home in which high-end details abound.

Adjoining the kitchen are the dining room and living room, boasting an open-concept layout that is ideal for both relaxation and entertaining. Extensive floor-to-ceiling windows frame the space, offering far-reaching views of Twin Peaks and inundating the interior with a bounty of warm sunlight.

The fluidity continues onward into the study, an ideal spot to catch up on work in the comfort of your own home, and master bedroom, where peerless Twin Peaks views and a stunning neutral interior create a prime palette for one’s decorative ambitions.

An adjacent spa-like bath features porcelain Herringbone floors, custom unlacquered Waterworks brass fixtures, casted-glass wall sconces and beautiful Carrara marble countertops and subway tiles, fully realizing the home’s supreme one-bedroom floor plan. Here, no luxury has been spared.

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Top Dogs at The Harrison: Billy & Charlie

Nickname: Bill-Bo and Chuck/Charlie Bear

Breed: Yorkie (Billy) and Golden Retriever (Charlie)

Treat of choice: Peanut butter filled Kongs, Charlie Bears (thanks to our concierge Aaron), salmon and chicken.

Greatest loves: Going for hikes, trips to the dog park to see our friends, adventures to Fort Funston, swimming (Charlie is basically a fish disguised as a dog), chasing squirrels and fetching tennis balls (Billy’s favorite).

Pet peeves: Toys that can’t be destroyed (although our parents seem to love them) and dogs on TV—what are they doing in our house?!

Favorite neighborhood establishments: Crissy Fields, Fort Funston and the dog park off Main Street where all of our friends hang out.

Favorite spot in my high-rise home: Does our concierge Aaron’s desk count? It’s not technically our home, but that’s definitely our favorite spot in The Harrison. Aaron always gives us lots of treats and belly scratches; we could hang out there all day if our parents would let us!

Favorite perks at The Harrison: Our friends! We’ve met so many fun pups that also call The Harrison home, like Tulsi and little Charlie. They’re the best.

Morning routine: Much to Billy’s dismay, Charlie wakes up promptly at 6 a.m. Charlie goes on a quick trip outside then eats breakfast—the best part of the day. A few hours later, around 8 a.m., Billy finally crawls out of bed. He’s not much of a morning guy.

Top tricks: Sit, shake, and lay down are about the extent of our tricks, but we’ve got those three down pat.

Guilty pleasures: Charlie is a big fan of chasing his tail, and Billy loves to show off his vocal skills. Something we have in common, though, is sneaking human food when our parents aren’t watching.

Most embarrassing story: Charlie has run into glass doors on multiple occasions and Billy has a tendency to bark at completely unthreatening objects, like statues and fake owls.

Where we first laid eyes on our parents: For Billy it was Christmas morning 2008. I was a surprise for my mom, and she still says I was the best Christmas present ever. Charlie made his entrance a few years later in 2017. Our dad had to fly to Michigan to pick him up, but we all think he was worth the trip!

Tell us a little about your owner: Our parents are Jake and Lauren, and they’re both in Tech Sales. We’re happy anytime the four of us are together, but our tails really wag when we go on hiking/beach trips to Half Moon Bay and camping in Yosemite!

To see where The Harrison pups like to roam throughout SoMa, click here.

5 Restaurants Securing SoMa’s Title as Best Foodie Neighborhood in SF

Perhaps the best way to experience San Francisco is by dining your way through its cultural nooks. Yet, while the city may be home to incredible restaurants far and wide, some of the best eateries can be found right beyond your doorstep at The Harrison. SoMa has been swift to secure the title as San Francisco’s best foodie neighborhood, with sought-after restaurants popping up left and right. Nevertheless, while there are countless locales and cuisines to experience and taste, we have done the vetting to present SoMa’s top five restaurants that are, without a doubt, raising the culinary bar citywide.


Set within the newly-renovated PacBell building at 140 New Montgomery, Mourad flaunts one Michelin star by reason of Chef Lahlou’s modern interpretation of authentic Moroccan cuisine. While the decor itself is beautifully inspired, each dish is immaculately crafted and influenced by fresh Moroccan spices and ingredients. Chef Lahlou has garnered much acclaim amongst the foodie world for his La’acha offering, otherwise known as family-style dishes, including whole lamb shoulder, short rib, snapper and more.


Cockscomb has quickly become a SoMa staple for those seeking an unforgettable meal curated by celebrity chef Chris Cosentino. The menu is a vibrant celebration of San Francisco’s diverse culinary heritage, and while many foodie favorites consist of wood oven-fired meats, Cosentino cooks up an array of delectable vegetarian dishes and offers one of the best raw bars in the city.


This New American bistro is locally famed for its burger, but also sits high atop our list by virtue of its Ken Fulk-designed interiors. A go-to restaurant for both SoMa dwellers and visitors alike, Marlowe features a menu of classic-yet-amplified American favorites in a chic, inviting ambiance. The Marlowe Burger, piled high with cheddar, caramelized onions, bacon and horseradish aioli is a dish most certainly not to be missed.


Benu is one of San Francisco’s two restaurants that boasts three Michelin stars, which means that this SoMa gem is, in fact, one of the best restaurants in the world. Chef Cory Lee’s French- and Asian-inspired cuisine far exceeds the palette’s expectations, comprised of precisely executed dishes with superlative ingredients. Three stars are given to restaurants that are worth a special journey, so it comes as no surprise that diners and foodies worldwide are seeking a spot at Cory Lee’s table.

1601 Bar & Kitchen

One of San Francisco’s greatest hidden gems, 1601 Bar & Kitchen brings unrivaled Sri Lankan flavor to the heart of SoMa. Featuring a distinctive menu of modernized Sri Lankan fare, this SoMa favorite offers a highly unique and tailored experience that diners simply cannot find elsewhere. The chef’s tasting menu is coveted by the ultimate foodie, complete with seven courses that highlight traditional favorites, such as egg hopper and squab-eggplant lamprais.

*Photos Courtesy of Cyn Eats, Star Chefs, Marlowe SF, Metal + Honey, San Francisco Chronicle &  1601 SF

Meet Residence 28 C: Lavish Interiors Complement Bay Bridge Vistas

From The Harrison’s remaining available residences comes this two-bedroom floor plan with a generous, open-concept layout and far-reaching bay and city views beyond floor-to-ceiling windows. Replete with diagonal-planked Siberian Oak floors, polished white slab Carrara marble countertops and unlacquered Waterworks brass fixtures, the residence captivates with peerless interior design set to matchless vistas. Set high above the city below, yet moments from San Francisco’s most sought-after restaurants, shops and local attractions, this residence realizes an idyllic life marked by five-star amenities, 24/7 concierge service and inimitable details selected by renowned designer Ken Fulk.

Upon entering the foyer, a palpable sense of fluidity draws one through the hallway, past a remarkably generous closet and into the expansive living and dining room. Framed by floor-to-ceiling windows that unveil staggering views of the Bay Bridge just beyond, this vast space is warmed by a wealth of natural light come morning and pastel hues come sundown. Adjoining the dining area is a large balcony, which boasts far-reaching city vistas.

Adjacent to the living and dining room, where both relaxation and entertaining are made simple, lies the state-of-the-art kitchen. Here, custom Studio Becker Ash Molina cabinetry, polished Carrara marble counters and Bertazzoni and Subzero appliances comprise an epicure’s ultimate domain. Donned with a subdued neutral palette, the kitchen’s effortless yet fully-amenitized layout realizes any culinary ambition.

Onward, one will find the home’s two bedrooms. The secondary bedroom makes the perfect den for any Harrison resident to fulfill his or her creative or leisurely needs. The master suite, however, is an unyielding bedroom retreat for any homeowner. Complete with extensive closet space and a true spa-like en-suite bath, featuring porcelain Herringbone floors, unlacquered Waterworks brass fixtures and beautiful Carrara marble countertops and subway tiles, the master suite brings to fruition one’s dreams of a sanctuary set high within the sky.

An incomparable two-bedroom residence, replete with 1,334 square feet of interior space and 62 square feet of exterior living space, this Harrison residence thoroughly redefines lavish high-rise living within a supreme SoMa locale.

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Luxatic Celebrates Sumptuous Penthouse Living at The Harrison

Luxatic invites readers to consider The Harrison’s Signature Collection: 17 gorgeous half-floor and corner penthouses. The publication describes the interiors from their polished white-slab Carrara marble countertops to their Bertazzoni appliance-equipped kitchens.

“With spa-like baths, sumptuous bedrooms, and floor-to-ceiling windows, getting your well-deserved relaxation at home seems quite an easy task. Future residents will also get to enjoy a 49th-floor penthouse lounge and speakeasy. as well as a private dining room, a swimming pool, and a fitness center.”

Read the full story here.

Why Facebook, Salesforce, Google & Others Are Making the Move to SoMa

SoMa has swiftly become the city’s proclaimed economic hub where notable tech giants are competing to put down roots. As of recent, Facebook signed San Francisco’s largest office lease in three years, taking up residence less than half a mile from The Harrison. Along with Apple, LinkedIn, Google, Dropbox and Salesforce, Facebook has recognized SoMa’s economic and territorial appeal.

Migration of the Minds

Why SoMa? The answer is simple. Those working within the tech industry are seeking a metropolitan environment and, of course, a less arduous commute. Young professionals are likely to choose a vibrant urban setting over the suburbs of Silicon Valley; thus SoMa has flourished from a bygone industrial district into a sought-after locale for young entrepreneurs to level-up their careers. The nation’s most innovative tech businesses have caught wind of this urban migration and, consequently, are following suit to tap into this wellspring of talent.

Salesforce Settles In

Salesforce has been particularly privy of SoMa’s budding tech landscape. In fact, the software company established a five-month program, known as The Salesforce Incubator, to help select start-ups and consulting firms deliver innovative solutions to their customers. Set within a historic office space in SoMa, the rotating program is designed to nurture entrepreneurship in a locale that has become, without a doubt, the nation’s newest innovation hub. Additionally, this past summer, Salesforce signed a 25-year, $110 million deal with the new Transbay Transit Center which, too, entails naming rights. As such, the complex and 5.4 acre rooftop space will be known, respectively, as the Salesforce Transit Center and Salesforce Park.

Skyrocketing Value

Nonetheless, this massive shift to SoMa is not solely beneficial to those within the tech industry. As demand for property increases, the high-end SoMa real estate market will undoubtedly reap the benefits. According to data released by the San Francisco assessor-recorder’s office, “South of Market has the distinction of being the city’s highest-valued neighborhood.” As the San Francisco Chronicle noted, the construction of business developments and high-rise towers, including The Harrison, have pushed SoMa’s assessed value to an impressive $17 billion.

While SoMa may be a portmanteau for South of Market, the neighborhood sits within the center of San Francisco’s most coveted real estate market. With that being said, now—more than ever—people are yearning to call SoMa home. Beyond the neighborhood’s budding economy, those who live within SoMa boast proximity to their employers, public transportation, parks, local restaurants, prime shopping and, of course, the ever-alluring bay. With a short commute via bike or on foot, people are finding more time to enjoy and explore the city’s cultural nuances. For those who live at The Harrison, SoMa’s landmark residential high-rise, the luxuries of high-end interior design and nearby attractions are seemingly endless.

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Exclusive Look: Your Esteemed Uncle’s Penthouse Lounge

Situated atop The Harrison on the 49th floor lies the city’s most exclusive and luxurious penthouse lounge, Uncle Harry’s. Solely accessible to The Harrison residents, Uncle Harry’s features 3,500 square feet of entertainment space and walls of windows revealing unobstructed vistas of the twinkling Bay Bridge, marina and AT&T Park just beyond. The literal and figurative pinnacle of design and detail, this swanky sanctuary in the sky brings to fruition an utterly refined urban lifestyle.

Imagined by famed interior designer Ken Fulk, the private penthouse retreat captivates with its emerald green interior and thoroughly sophisticated ambiance. The lounge is comprised of two impressive living spaces: the main great room, complete with a full bar, catering kitchen—ideal for private dinner parties—a double-sided fireplace and a secluded dining area, as well as a more intimate Speakeasy, featuring an additional bar, multiple lounge areas and—lest we not forget—jaw-dropping wraparound vistas. Uncle Harry’s Speakeasy is, without a doubt, the ultimate locale for an array of gatherings, whether that be a game viewing party or a posh cocktail hour.

Fulk meticulously decorated the space with vintage and modern finishes so as to merge classic San Francisco elegance with contemporary trends. In an interview with The Harrison, Fulk exclaimed, “As you stand in front of these panoramic views of the Bay with Treasure Island in the near distance, it feels like you could be living in any moment of San Francisco history.” Thus, Uncle Harry’s is an essential junction of old-world refinement and modern city living, transporting residents to any era they so choose.

Inundated with various textures, prints and metallic notes throughout, the lounge is meant to embrace an eccentric world-traveler theme which, of course, is reflective of its name: Uncle Harry’s. “Throughout the years, this city has been a gateway to the Pacific and the world beyond—and we are on that same world stage again—so that was our inspiration. It’s meant to feel like the living room of your most interesting ancestor—that adventurous, world-traveling great uncle,” says Fulk. From blue velvet, black marble, distressed wood and brass finishes to vintage African Kuba cloth and a crocodile-embossed leather bar, the interior decor embodies the personality of an esteemed, whimsical uncle.

Featured in Haute Living, Curbed San Francisco and Rue Magazine, Uncle Harry’s has garnered much acclaim for its lavishly catered lifestyle where residents delight in social gatherings, meetings, private parties, as well as The Harrison Attaché’s curated events. Whether one wishes to engage in wine tastings or enriching cultural programs, Uncle Harry’s represents the apex of luxury in a building where residents have come to expect nothing less.