From The Harrison’s remaining available residences comes this beautiful two-bedroom floor plan with 138 square feet of balcony space and sweeping views of Twin Peaks and the marina framed by floor-to-ceiling windows. This residence captivates with supreme interior design finishes, inclusive of diagonal-planked Siberian Oak floors, polished white slab Carrara marble countertops and unlacquered Waterworks brass fixtures. Set high above the city, yet moments from San Francisco’s most sought-after restaurants, shops and local attractions, this residence realizes a luxurious urban lifestyle marked by five-star amenities, 24/7 concierge services and inimitable details selected by renowned designer Ken Fulk.
The entry foyer’s grand hallway, ideal for displaying an extensive art collection, draws you forth to the lavish master suite featuring an ensuite spa-like bath and spacious closet. Beyond the master’s serene sanctuary, the home flows onward to the kitchen—complete with Studio Becker Ash Molina cabinetry, polished Carrara marble counters and Bertazzoni and Subzero appliances—and adjoining balcony area ideal for dining alfresco.
Onward from the kitchen, the dining and living rooms captivate with floor-to-ceiling windows and access to an expansive balcony space, which serves as the perfect setting to unwind and revel in the far-reaching marina views below. Additionally, one of the home’s bedrooms resides just off the living and dining room, boasting a lavish yet cozy haven replete with high-end finishes and an ensuite spa-like bath.
In a city like San Francisco, commute times range drastically from a five-minute walk to two hours each way on the freeway, playing a huge role in one’s mental and physical well-being. But at The Harrison, situated in SoMa just moments from the nation’s largest tech companies, many of our residents reap the benefits of one of the city’s shortest commutes. Here are some of the top health and wellness benefits of living close to your work.
1. You’ll retain control over your morning routine.
No matter how early you get up, there’s only so much you can do when factoring in a long commute ahead. When you live close enough to work, your morning isn’t ruled by traffic conditions. You can use the extra hour or two saved (by not commuting) to cook breakfast, go get coffee, meditate, read a book or even sleep in a little longer.
2. You’ll (probably) arrive at the office less stressed.
Walk into any office building at nine a.m., and you could easily tell who had the traffic-ridden commute and who just popped on over. When arriving at the office, commuters run the risk of already having had a bad day, while non-commuters have the advantage of starting their workday with a clean slate.
3. You’ll contribute to less pollution.
Do something good for yourself, your neighbors and the environment by living closer to where you work. You’ll be in the car less every day—or, if you’re lucky, not at all—thus, contributing to less pollution. A little goes a long way!
4. You’ll discover the meaning of work-life balance.
If you work a 9-to-5 job and your commute is an hour each way, you might as well be working an 8-to-6 job. And that’s assuming you show up and leave on time. A shorter commute means you can start winding down in the evenings that much sooner, freeing up more time to live your best life.
5. You’ll decrease your chances of being in a car accident.
So, you’re a great driver, but you can’t account for everyone else on the road. Add in distractions, stress built up over the course of the workday and driving becomes even riskier. Cut out this unnecessary risk by minimizing (or eliminating) your time in the car.
In their deep dive on high-rise living and luxury real estate, Luxe magazine highlights The Harrison as “ahead of the curve” by designating the penthouse floor as a shared entertainment space, calling it a “democratizing move.” In their investigation of the new demand for cutting-edge grandeur that retains warmth and character, Luxe spoke to The Harrisons interior designer Ken Fulk:
“With 180-degree views spanning from the ocean to the bay, we imagined this as the sky-high aeri or a bon vivant explorer that just happens to be your favorite uncle.” – Ken Fulk
Glamping, one of today’s trendiest getaway options, presents a unique opportunity to retreat to nature while maintaining all the accoutrements of a luxurious vacation. And, much to our advantage in San Francisco, there are countless glamping hotspots just a drive away. So, whether you want to head to Big Sur or Russian River, you can rest assured that there will be a rustic yet well-appointed dwelling waiting for you.
There’s no doubt that Big Sur is amongst the most naturally beautiful places in the world. But, if you’re not looking to get your hands completely dirty, Ventana is perhaps your best alternative. Nestled in the forest amongst Big Sur’s iconic and dramatic landscape, Ventana’s glampsite presents a more refined way to connect with nature. Book one of their safari-style canvas tents, revel in high-end amenities, luxurious finishes, custom-curated picnic baskets and take in the encompassing Redwood splendor.
Tucked within the forest of Mendocino while mere moments from the striking coastline, Mendocino Grove has made camping entirely convenient and comfortable. Each glamorous safari tent comes outfitted with cozy beds, a redwood deck, picnic table, fire pit and nearby spa-like showers with towels and organic bath products. Whether you’re in need of a romantic getaway or a family escape, Mendocino Grove caters to all glampers.
Set within the heart of Sonoma’s wine country is AutoCamp—a luxurious camping outpost. Here, you can choose from either a fully-appointed Airstream camper, plush canvas tent or a handcrafted Shelton Hut, all complete with high-end, modern finishes. Each suite comes with boutique hotel bedding, a spa-inspired bathroom and access to AutoCamp’s hip mid-century modern Clubhouse, where you can stock up on local wine and beer, snacks and camping essentials or relax by the firepit lounges with the twinkling night sky above.
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