In the article “San Francisco’s tallest towers, mapped,” Curbed SF features One Rincon Hill’s Tower Two, home toThe Harrison. Spotlighting the building as a 641-foot tall member of San Francisco’s skyline, Curbed proudly touts the skyscraper as an essential component of SF’s urban grandeur.
“Tower Two, completed in 2008, is 60 stories topped with 25 LED floodlights that change according to the weather. One Rincon Hill was designed by Solomon Cordwell Buenz (SCB) architects.”
Of the many unique mobile restaurants that make their rounds through SoMa, these are a few of our residents’ favorites.
1. Señor Sisig
A Filipino twist on Mexican food, Señor Sisig’s specialties include burritos, tacos and loaded fries. Try The “Señor” Sisig Burrito—filled with Adobo garlic rice, pinto beans, lettuce, pico de gallo, cilantro cream sauce and your choice of meat.
Ordering Tip: Say “just silog it” to add a fried egg on top/inside of any item.
MOMO noodle serves “Bàn Miàn”—Chinese comfort food at its best. Their dishes are dry noodles (no broth) tossed in flavorful sauces, made as spicy as you’d like, and topped with fresh veggies. Add-ons include slow-cooked pork belly, ground pork, spicy garlic chicken and tofu.
Allergy Note: They cook their noodles in peanut oil and top with crushed peanuts.
Technically not a truck—rather, a mobile wood-fired pizza oven—Firetrail Pizza fires up 10” gourmet pizzas. Choose from one of their specialties like Prosciutto, Pear + Gorgonzola or build your own with toppings like roasted red peppers, goat cheese and organic mixed greens.
Our favorite healthy, feel-good food truck is Bowl’D Acai. This fresh choice caters to any special diets with their vegan/vegetarian, gluten-free, no-sugar-added menu. Choose from a delicious assortment of acai bowls, poke bowls, smoothies and juices.
Ordering Tip: Bring your own cup/container if you want a more eco-friendly meal.
Welcome to deep-fried heaven—a.k.a Kokio Republic. This Korean spot serves variations of fried chicken, kimchi fried rice, chicken wings, and cheese fries. Choose your sauce based on spice level, pick a dipping sauce, and add a side to make it a combo. You can’t go wrong!
Coworking spaces have garnered notable popularity over the past few years, bringing together creative and entrepreneurial individuals to create and ideate within one space. Especially in a place like San Francisco, where techies and start-up moguls are seemingly infinite, the coworking spaces are beautifully designed to inspire and foster a sense of community. Get a glimpse of our favorite communal workspaces below.
Shared | 739 Bryant Street
Located in the heart of SoMa, Shared is a unique and inviting coworking space that attracts individuals from all career paths. Complete with all the amenities of a traditional office in a sleek, industrial building, Shared is a community for creatives to work and collaborate in an array of “play” spaces, from casual hang-out areas to quieter, smaller spaces. Here, memberships include weekday access, weekend and evening access, private desk and private space options.
Eco-Systm | 540 Howard Street
Located just moments from The Harrison is Eco-Systm, an eco-conscious and dynamic community of creative professionals, startups and freelancers, founded on the idea that entertainment, creativity and business can come together. Their mission is to redefine conventional shared workspaces by focusing on a holistic approach to professional development—all within an environment that enhances creativity, health, social consciousness and more.
PariSoma | 169 11th Street
With a large, open space for effortless collaboration, PariSoma offers memberships for entrepreneurs and freelancers to work together and engage in an array of events and over 100 free courses on design, tech and business development. With conference and meeting rooms, phone booths, bike racks and free Philz Coffee, PariSoma proves to be the ultimate spot for members to both work and play hard.
Bespoke Coworking | 845 Market Street
Set within the San Francisco Westfield Mall, Bespoke is a trifecta of coworking, demo and event spaces where tech and retail marketplaces converge. Here, you can purchase a membership for a private office, dedicated desk, shared desk or even just a day pass, affording you the opportunity to join a curated community of retail-tech entrepreneurs so you can learn, gain inspiration and endlessly network.
Livabl, a news publication for home buying and investing as a part of the BuzzBuzzHome network, has noted The Harrison as an enticing move-in option of the SF area. The article spotlights The Harrison’s lavish amenities and coveted location.
“These one-, two- and three-bedroom homes feature custom, high-end details and unrivaled views of the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco Bay and SoMa.”
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