5 Landmarks You Can See From Your Harrison Residence
At The Harrison, incredible views are the norm—not the exception. Our residences boast some of the most spectacular panoramic vistas in the Bay Area. From architecturally advanced skyscrapers to an expanse of blue waters, San Francisco has so much to offer—everywhere you look. The following five landmarks are just a taste of what you’ll see looking out the floor-to-ceiling windows of your Harrison residence.
1. The Bay Bridge
While it isn’t painted the world-famous rusty orange shade of the Golden Gate, San Francisco’s eastern bridge is no less magnificent. Connecting the city to Oakland and Berkley, the Bay Bridge is one of the world’s longest suspension bridges at nearly four-and-a-half miles from end to end. Admire its towers from your living room as you relax and take in the nightly light show, a Bay Bridge art installation that enlivens the sky just beyond your window.
2. The Ferry Building
Since its opening in 1898, the San Francisco Ferry Building has served as an iconic viewpoint on the city’s waterfront. Before the Golden Gate Bridge and Bay Bridge opened in the late-1930s, the Ferry Building was the main portal into the city. As many as 50,000 people commuted into San Francisco via ferry in its heyday. Now, the two-story building serves as host to the Ferry Building Marketplace—a world class public food market. Celebrate local food and culture outside the building during the farmer’s market on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
3. Twin Peaks
Several residences at The Harrison boast extensive views of Twin Peaks, amongst the most iconic vistas in all of San Francisco. The two prominent hills rise up nearly 925 feet above the city, providing a beautiful urban backdrop. And while the natural attraction is incredibly popular to summit, those who live at The Harrison don’t need to. We’d like to think the views are even more beautiful up here.
4. Oracle Park
Previously named Pacific Bell Park, SBC Park, AT&T Park and, now, Oracle Park, the home of the San Francisco Giants is visible just outside your windows. Set right on the edge of the water, this baseball stadium is one of the most beautiful you’ll ever see—whether you’re a baseball fan or not.
5. Salesforce Tower
Salesforce Tower is a modern skyscraper that houses a giant tech company, but it’s a landmark nonetheless. Standing 1,070 feet tall, it boasts the claim of being the tallest building in the city, making it one of the most recognizable pieces of the San Francisco skyline.
In addition to the stunning landmarks viewable from The Harrison, it’s worth noting that The Harrison is a landmark in and of itself. This luxury high rise sets a new benchmark for urban luxury living. Here, your new sky-high sanctuary awaits.