Meet Residence 40D: Deluxe Interiors Set to Bay Bridge Vistas

From The Harrison’s remaining available residences comes this two-bedroom floor plan, offering impeccable Bay Bridge views. Replete with diagonal-planked Siberian Oak floors, polished white slab Carrara marble countertops and unlacquered Waterworks brass fixtures, this residence pairs high end details with iconic 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, the state-of-the-art kitchen captivates with Studio Becker Ash Molina cabinetry, polished Carrara marble counters and Bertazzoni and Subzero appliances, realizing an epicure’s ultimate domain. The floor plan’s fluidity continues onward into the expansive living room and dining rooms, enveloped by panoramic views beyond floor-to-ceiling windows.

Here, relaxing and entertaining are made seamlessly simple. Drenched in natural sunlight, the adjoining dining area and living room are the perfect spot to host an elegant dinner party come sundown or revel in peerless Bay Bridge views at any time of day.

Master Bedroom

To the left, one will find the primary suite. Complete with breathtaking Bay Bridge views, 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—this primary suite brings to fruition one’s dreams of a sanctuary set high within the sky.

Master Bathroom

To the right of the foyer, the home’s second bedroom boasts its own luxe bathroom and similarly jaw-dropping Bay Bridge vistas. An incomparable two-bedroom residence, replete with 1,252 square feet of living space, this residence thoroughly redefines lavish high-rise living within a supreme SoMa locale.

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A Spirited Guide to the Best Cocktails in SF

While San Francisco is well-known for being a culinary hub, many don’t realize the city has been at the forefront of the craft cocktail revolution since the late 90s. In fact, the martini and mai thai both originated in the Bay area, as well as a number of other notable cocktails. Needless to say, San Francisco knows a thing or two about how to make a good cocktail. 

Read on for San Francisco’s best places to find a cocktail sure to lift your spirits.

Alchemist Bar & Lounge 

For your next night, head to Alchemist Bar & Lounge, situated around half a mile from The Harrison. This cocktail lounge boasts a number of innovative drinks, such as the Valley of the Voodoo dolls. Ingredients for this popular drink include Flor de Cana rum, Jamaican rums, Velvet Falernum, guava, jasmine, citrus and li hung mui. Another popular drink is Friendly Warning, consisting of tequila, pistachio, ancho verde, lavender and citrus. From the eclectic environment to the delicious drinks, it’s easy to understand why Alchemist Bar & Lounge is a favorite amongst locals.


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Located a mile and half from The Harrison, Peacekeeper is known for its light-filled, welcoming ambiance and tequila-centric cocktails. Their signature cocktail, simply called The Peacekeeper, is masterfully made with serrano, tequila, ginger, pineapple and lime. Aesthetically presented, this drink is perfect for those who want something refreshing, with a little added kick. In addition to its creative spin on cocktails, Peacekeeper is well-loved for its giant retractable roof, offering guests a unique indoor-outdoor cocktail experience. You can cozy up with your cocktail by the bonfire or bask in the sunshine.


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Calling all book lovers – we’ve got just the place for you. Novela is a book-themed bar that draws inspiration for its cocktails from famous works of literature. Between bookshelf-lined walls and cocktails with character, it’s hard to beat an evening spent here.  If you’re feeling adventurous, consider ordering an Atticus Finch, which consists of bourbon, earl gray, honey, and balsamic. An added perk is that Novela is located just over half a mile from The Harrison, so it might just become your go-to spot.

Tosca Cafe 

Considered one of the city’s most prominent drinking dins, Tosca Cafe has been a part of the community since opening in 1919. While the food here is noteworthy, the real start of the show is the House Cappuccino cocktail, a recipe that was created by Tosca Cafe in the heart of Prohibition. The recipe is made with steamed milk, bourbon, brandy and chocolate cocktail. This decadent drink is sure to leave a lasting impression. 


Enjoy your cocktail with your view at Cityscape. Located a mile away from The Harrison, San Francisco’s tallest sky bar offers 360 degree views of the city from the 46th floor of Union Square’s Hilton Hotel. In addition to offering seasonal mules, Cityscape is famous for their cocktail named Mission. The drink is made with Herradura, pomegranate juice, lime, simple syrup and a Tajin rim. 

Comstock Saloon 

Famous for their turn-of-the-century digs and house vintage cocktails, Comstock Saloon is situated just over a mile  from The Harrison. The bar occupies a historic saloon space that dates back to 1901, where legendary American boxer, Jack Dempsey, was once a bouncer. While it’s nearly impossible to go wrong with a cocktail here, this historic bar is known for their Pisco Punch, made with pisco, pineapple gum, and lemon. 

Luxurious and Stylish Penthouse Living Atop the 49th Floor

From The Harrison’s remaining residences comes Penthouse 49A, a stunning two-bedroom penthouse poised high above the city on the top floor and offered fully-furnished for $3.45 million. Imbued with a touch of modern-day San Francisco sophistication and 40s-era glam thanks to award-winning San Francisco designer Michael Friedes, this sky-high penthouse boasts unrivaled style set to unmatched views of the city below and Twin Peaks just beyond.

Master Bedroom

Luxe Interiors

The beautiful, livable and unique residence is completely turnkey, offering a rare opportunity to purchase a top floor, corner penthouse entirely brimming with unique furnishings and art sourced from around the world. From statuesque lamps to acrylic shelving displays and tables composed of rich golds and polished wood, each piece has been thoughtfully integrated into the space to capitalize on the glamour of urban penthouse living.

The artwork throughout the penthouse, too, is remarkably distinctive, featuring ten original pieces by Friedes himself; vintage album covers to underscore the penthouse’s musical sensibility; and a painting in the guest suite titled “The Last Conductor” by Eastern European artist Eugene Soloviev.

Living Room

A Sky-High Retreat

The primary bedroom is a serene top floor sanctuary with a design that blends various eras and features a swanky chaise from which to admire the Bay views, as well as a long Mid-century inspired cabinet for storage beyond the spacious closet. Additionally, the guest bedroom was designed to enjoy the dramatic views from the corner windows and inspired by a 1960s lucite and turquoise chair Friedes found in Palm Springs with the idea of making the space fun and light. The 1970s acrylic lamps are also a special Palm Springs find, giving rise to a vibe that’s both refined and whimsical.

This lavish city abode is an idyllic retreat to revel in matchless views while relaxing or entertaining. And, above all, the owner will have access to The Harrison’s robust array of amenities, from Uncle Harry’s, our penthouse resident lounge, to the Pantry, Grand Salon, fitness center and more for a peerless take on luxe urban living.

5 Wellness Activities Near The Harrison

New Year, new wellness goals. Whether you’re seeking to step up your fitness game or implement mindfulness activities into your day-to-day routine, there are ample ways to prioritize your emotional and physical wellbeing in 2022. Here at The Harrison, close proximity to health hubs and green space, plus access to five-star amenities and services right at home, makes it that much simpler to live well every single day. Below, find five of our favorite wellness activities.

Stroll The Embarcadero

Bring on the running (or walking!) resolutions. Spanning nearly 3.5 miles from Oracle Park to Fisherman’s Wharf, the iconic waterfront Embarcado is one of the most popular running and walking trails in the city. Plus, it all awaits mere blocks from The Harrison’s front doorstep.

Sweat it Out at The Harrison’s Fitness Center

The Harrison’s 2,500-square-foot fitness center is equipped with state-of-the-art Technogym equipment, plus men’s and women’s locker rooms with steam rooms. Here, residents can craft their own workout routines or enjoy weekly guided virtual yoga and circuit training classes.

Fuel Up at a Local Cafe

In San Francisco, niche health-focused restaurants and cafes are around every corner – and The Harrison’s SoMa neighborhood is no exception. From Pressed Juicery to Vitality Bowls, residents enjoy endless options to refuel and nourish.

Opt for a Beach Walk

There’s little more rejuvenating than soaking up views of the bay on a sunny day. Research has shown that our body and mind have a personal and emotional relationship with water, also known as the “Blue Mind” effect. It’s scientifically proven that being near the water increases feelings of calmness, inspires creativity, reduces stress, and elevates happiness.

Visit a Nearby Park

From Yerba Buena Gardens to Rincon Park, green spaces near The Harrison are ample. Whether finding a quiet moment in nature or getting some fresh air with friends, research has shown there are plenty of health benefits to being outside – including lowered blood pressure, improved immune system and reduced stress, plus boosted mood.

Meet Residence 42D: Three-Bedroom Home With Two Balconies

From The Harrison comes Residence 42D, a stunning three-bedroom plus den, three-bathroom corner home featuring two balconies set to expansive views of the marina and Twin Peaks beyond. Set at the top of Rincon Hill 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.

The full-corner floor plan features an open-concept layout that flows from the foyer into the den, state-of-the-art kitchen—complete with Studio Becker Ash Molina cabinetry and polished white slab Carrara marble—and adjoining living and dining spaces. Here, floor-to-ceiling windows and an expansive balcony reveal stunning views of the marina and Twin Peaks.

Onward are three bedrooms, including the luxe primary suite that is inundated with natural light from sunrise to sunset and features extensive Twin Peaks views from. A true sanctuary in the sky, the primary bath is host to stunning porcelain Herringbone floors, unlacquered Waterworks brass fixtures and beautiful Carrara marble countertops and subway tiles, bringing to life one’s spa-like reveries right at home.

The embodiment of luxury living, this residence presents a unique opportunity to adopt a lavish urban lifestyle within SoMa’s landmark residential high-rise.

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