From The Harrison’s available remaining residences come 16A and 20C. The one-bedroom floor plan in 16A features far-reaching Twin Peaks views while the two-bedroom dwelling in 20C offers stunning Bay Bridge and city views. Yet, regardless of which side of the building you wish to reside, you can rest assured that both will serve up luxe interiors for a true urban oasis. Set high above SoMa, yet moments from San Francisco’s most sought-after restaurants, shops and local attractions, these residences realize an idyllic life marked by five-star amenities, 24/7 concierge service and inimitable details selected by renowned designer Ken Fulk.
The quintessence of a one-bedroom sanctuary, 16A immediately captivates upon entry with its state-of-the-art kitchen, where Studio Becker Ash Molina cabinetry, polished Carrara marble counters and Bertazzoni and Subzero appliances set the ultimate culinary stage. Through the foyer in 20C, you’re invited into the open-concept living and dining room, where impressive Bay Bridge views via floor-to-ceiling windows provide the perfect spot to either unwind or entertain.
Both residences enjoy deluxe master suites with expansive closets and spa-like bathrooms, which come brimming with porcelain Herringbone floors, custom unlacquered Waterworks brass fixtures, casted-glass wall sconces and beautiful Carrara marble countertops and subway tiles. Here, your reveries of at-home tranquility are brought to complete fruition.
Whether you opt for a one-bedroom abode with views of Twin Peaks or our two-bedroom oasis with Bay Bridge and city vistas, you can always be certain of one thing: The Harrison never falls short on sophisticated luxury.
Learn more about our residences, explore the neighborhood or inquire about these particular floor plans here. Your new high-rise home awaits.
What better way to relish the summer season than by listening to music in the ultimate al fresco setting? In San Francisco, there’s no shortage of summer concerts to enjoy your favorite music alongside loved ones—with delicious bites and a drink in hand, no less. Read up on the city’s best outdoor music festivals, purchase your tickets and get ready to jam out to the sounds of summer.
San Francisco Jazz Festival
June 6 – 17
The San Francisco Jazz Festival is an absolute summer must, kicking off its 36th year in an unrivaled outdoor setting at PROXY in Hayes Valley. Enjoy more than 44 shows from famed artists like Ahmad Jamal, Monsieur Periné and Irma Thomas—amongst several others—while taking advantage of the festival’s food trucks and beer gardens.
Fillmore Jazz Festival
June 30 – July 1
The 34th annual Fillmore Jazz Festival will take up residence on Fillmore Street for a weekend of great tunes and even better vibes. The West Coast’s largest free jazz concert, the Fillmore Jazz Festival brings in renowned artists and more than 100,000 attendees. From sunup to sundown, groove to the sounds of live music while browsing nearly twelve blocks of fine art, crafts, gourmet food and beverages.
Stern Grove Festival
June 17 – August 19
The timeless Stern Grove Festival will host its 81st season in a magical Golden Gate Park setting amidst a eucalyptus forest. This summer’s festival will commence with the Big Picnic—a fundraiser, party and catered lunch. Later in the evening, make your way over to the stage, set down your picnic and revel in performances from Jeffrey Osborne and Peabo Bryson. Live music will continue through the season with appearances from the San Francisco Ballet, San Francisco Symphony and popular artists like Ziggy Marley and M. Ward.
Outside Lands Music Festival
August 10 – 12
Perhaps San Francisco’s most sought-after music festival, Outside Lands brings in visitors from both near and far to jam out to the nation’s best artists. Golden Gate Park will transform into an otherworldly celebration of music, food, wine, beer, art and comedy. This year’s headliners are The Weeknd, Florence + The Machine and Janet Jackson, although you can undoubtedly find your favorite band in the extensive lineup. The Wine Lands and Beer Lands tents will also be serving up beverages from local wineries and breweries to accompany the Taste of the Bay Area station, complete with eats from some of the region’s best restaurants.
Bike sharing, one of the biggest and latest trends in transportation, is—without a doubt—one of the best ways to effortlessly explore San Francisco. Below, get a glimpse of how you can cycle your way into the ultimate weekend of touring SoMa.
Find & Jump on a Bike
No matter where you find yourself in SoMa, you’ll always find bikes docked along the streets. The first step to jumping on board is downloading the app. Your options in SoMa are Ford GoBike and JUMP Bike. So grab either of the two and pull out your phone to scan and unlock the bike. Depending on where you’re headed, bike sharing presents a low-maintenance and low-cost opportunity to explore.
Get an Early Start
Step one: take a look at The Harrison’s map. We suggest an early start on Saturday morning so you can get in line at your favorite coffee shop. Head down Fremont and stop by Capra Coffee for a cup of locally roasted, artisan brew. Then, breakfast. Make your way to Front Street to snag a table at Bluestone Lane, and don’t forget to order their famed avocado toast. At this point, you’ve already had a healthy and fun start to the day. Now bike your way towards the Embarcadero.
Explore the Farmer’s Market
Since it’s Saturday, the Ferry Plaza Farmer’s Market is a must. If you’re hosting a cocktail party on Saturday night, then you’re definitely in need of some specialty breads, cheeses and jams. Or, perhaps, you’d like to cook brunch on Sunday morning. Stock up on fresh eggs, veggies, fruits and, of course, flowers for the perfect Sunday morning centerpiece. Just park, pack a backpack with fresh goodies then hop back on to meander your way through the day.
Park it Out
An afternoon in the park is the perfect way to round out your tour. From the Ferry Building, make your way back toward The Harrison along the Bay Trail and head to Rincon Park. Maybe you’d like to dig into some of the cheeses you bought for a quaint park picnic, or perhaps you bought a bottle of wine to pop open for happy hour. Simply park, take a seat on the grass and revel in views of the bay. When you’re biked out, back to The Harrison you go. At the end of the day, there’s no place like home.