Meet Penthouse 44C: Sky High Home With San Francisco Marina & Twin Peaks Views

From The Harrison’s acclaimed Signature Collection comes this corner penthouse, our only residence that boasts a 315 sq ft of terrace space. Set to unrivaled vistas of the marina, Oracle Park and Twin Peaks and inundated with natural light via floor-to-ceiling windows, the open floor plan flows amongst the top-of-the-line kitchen—with Bertazzoni and Subzero appliances, custom Studio Becker cabinetry and Carrara marble counters—dining area, living room, den and into the primary retreat, all embraced by wraparound views. Set at the apex of Rincon Hill, yet moments from San Francisco’s most sought-after restaurants, shops and local attractions, this penthouse 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, one is instantly embraced by an ambiance of comfort. The full-corner floor plan boasts a palpable sense of fluidity throughout, urging one forth through the entry hallway into the kitchen, where a soothing neutral aesthetic—by way of Studio Becker Ash Molina cabinetry and polished white slab Carrara marble—complements an inrush of natural light.

Onward, the dining room, den, living room and adjacent balcony are lined with floor-to-ceiling windows that unveil vistas of the marina and Twin Peaks just beyond. Here, an open-concept layout permits flexible living that is enlivened by sunlit, far-reaching views; a space where both relaxation and entertaining are made simple.

The luxe primary suite is inundated with natural light from sunrise to sunset and basks in extensive marina views. The quintessence of a retreat perched high within the sky, the primary bath features stunning porcelain Herringbone floors, unlacquered Waterworks brass fixtures and beautiful Carrara marble countertops and subway tiles, bringing to life one’s serene, spa-like reveries right at home.

To the right of the foyer lies an additional bedroom, enjoying Twin Peaks views, as well as a spacious alcove, which one may transpose into an office, home gym, or any type of living space he or she may desire. The embodiment of luxury living, mollified by the warmth of San Francisco’s most coveted views, this penthouse from The Harrison’s Signature Collection presents a unique opportunity to adopt a lavish urban lifestyle within SoMa’s landmark residential high-rise.

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Signature Details: The Smallest Intricacies of The Harrison’s Largest Penthouse

Soaring 500 feet above the city below, The Harrison’s 17 luxurious penthouses are undoubtedly grand. The Signature Collection includes 3-bedroom penthouses, each comprising half of an entire floor, as well as 2-bedroom penthouses, occupying full corners of the building’s west and east sides. The largest half-floor abodes boast an impressive 3,214 square feet, replete with sophisticated interiors and, of course, intricate details that give rise to an elegant sky-high oasis. Below, get an inside look into the little things that make our half-floor penthouse the biggest—both literally and figuratively.

Sky-High Views

The most intricate details don’t always reside within. In fact, one of the Signature Collection’s most awe-inspiring attributes sits just beyond its 100’ expanse of floor-to-ceiling windows. From this half-floor citadel, residents can revel in far-reaching Bay Bridge, city and marina views—offering one of the most unobstructed sightlines in all of San Francisco. With an inrush of natural light year-round, the interior becomes a sunlit canvas for any homeowner to realize their greatest decorative ambitions.

Bay Bridge View

Idyllic Interiors

If you keep your eyes peeled upon entering, you’ll note that diagonal-planked Siberian oak floors produce a soothing, neutral palette to use as a starting point for any interior designs. And like the flooring, custom Studio Becker Ash Molina cabinetry provides the ideal canvas to complement incoming light. Just as subtly impressive are the white slab Carrara marble countertops, illuminating the kitchen for an epicure’s most-coveted domain.


Sophisticated Features

Throughout the penthouse, Waterworks unlacquered brass fixtures add a touch of subdued elegance in otherwise bright spaces. And, lest we not forget the herringbone tile that clads the bathroom floors or custom Mechoshade window treatments that afford the most comfortable escape from the day’s bookend. Here, life is elevated by the most understated luxuries. Everywhere you look, you’ll always be pleasantly surprised.

Master Bathroom

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Inside The Harrison’s Soirée of the Season

What happens when you take three of San Francisco’s most luxurious penthouses with unrivaled views, a prolific and emerging artist and two star designers from renowned staging firm, Premier Stagers? The Harrison’s Soirée of the Season did just that, and the outcome was as magnificent as presumed. While most seasonal festivities teem with bright red, green and gold, The Harrison spun the typical soirée into a full color wheel by virtue of celebrated artist Alex Partman’s live painting demonstration. While residents and guests enjoyed cocktails and hors d’oeuvres within 46A, 46B and 46C of the Signature Collection, Alex Partman enlivened the stunning interiors with a one-of-a-kind piece of art, created right before their very own eyes.

Artist Alex Partman

The Signature Collection penthouses served as the ultimate venue to host such a creative and celebratory event. Masterfully staged by Summer Chápin and Maxime Jacquet of Premier Stagers, both 46B and 46C captivated with their expansive living spaces, far-reaching views and inspiring decorative finishes. The walls of art in 46A were quite literally brought to life as Alex Partman showcased his talents in real time. Attendees had the opportunity to speak with the designers and artist behind the Signature Collection penthouses, making the holiday event a truly collaborative experience.

Hana Cha, Zack Bernstein, Maxime Jacquet, Summer Chápin

As the evening came to a close, lucky raffle winner Ilya Tsay took home Alex Partman’s prized creation, titled “Coco and the Supreme Marengo.”

Raffle winner, Ilya Tsay

Thank you to all who partook in such a special evening; there was simply no better way to celebrate the holidays than with the sophisticated and artistic flair that life at The Harrison affords. To view more photos of the event, please visit our Facebook page

Press Raves About The Harrison’s Signature Collection Penthouses

Succeeding the much-anticipated launch of the Signature Collection, a distinct collection of 17 penthouses on the six uppermost floors of The Harrison, numerous luxury real estate media have taken interest, particularly in two model penthouses, offering luxe interiors set to San Francisco’s most coveted views. While the initial unveiling was a grand success, the Signature Collection continues to garner substantial acclaim from outlets, both near and far.

Featured amongst globally reputed publications, such as Robb Report, Mansion Global and BISNOW, as well as within more localized media, including California Home & Design, The Registry SF and San Francisco Patch, The Harrison’s Signature Collection has taken center stage within the domain of luxury real estate—and, too, remains in the spotlight. Lavishly designed interiors, far-reaching vistas and a host of supreme amenities make The Harrison more than just a residential high-rise—they make it a home.

“In a neighborhood of gleaming new hi-rise condominiums, The Harrison stands out.”
California Home & Design

Inimitable Details

Spanning the uppermost six floors in the 49-story residential-only building, the Signature Collection’s penthouses have been praised for their multitude of custom, high-end features, including floor-to-ceiling windows throughout, diagonal-planked Siberian oak wood floors, Studio Becker Ash Molina cabinetry and open-air balconies. The interiors bring to fruition a lifestyle upheld by design, detail and unrivaled views in a building that “hits the apex of refined luxury,” says San Francisco Patch.

Interior Decor

Each publication has furthermore emphasized the model penthouses’ impeccably designed interiors by Premier Stagers, a California-based company responsible for staging an array of highly-reputed penthouses. Replete with top-tier furnishings, such as Alex Partman-designed graffiti trunks and a vintage Triumph motorcycle, the two staged penthouses’ “give prospective buyers an idea of what the penthouses could look like,” says Robb Report.

Peerless Amenities

Many press outlets, too, have raved about The Harrison’s inimitable Ken Fulk-designed amenities, including the exclusive Uncle Harry’s penthouse lounge, Luxury Attaché concierge, entry Grand Salon, fully-stocked Pantry and pool and spa.

“The newly launched penthouses sit 500 feet above ground level and offer unobstructed views of the city and bay thanks to the building’s location on Rincon Hill.”
Mansion Global

The Harrison is ecstatic to relay the inrush of press about the newly-unveiled Signature Collection. Get more information or inquire about owning a penthouse atop The Harrison here.

Meet the Interior Designers Behind The Harrison’s Signature Collection Model Penthouses

The Harrison’s newly-launched Signature Collection is nothing short of premier. As such, it was only natural to invite the founders of Premier Stagers, Summer Chápin and Maxime Jacquet, to outfit two penthouses in the most luxurious and fashionable manner possible. A California-based company responsible for staging some of the most highly-reputed and talked about penthouses, such as The Carlyle Residences in Los Angeles, Premier Stagers has projected The Harrison’s two model penthouses into a new realm of elevated living.

Amongst the top commercial and residential stagers handling luxury properties around the globe, Summer Chápin and Maxime Jacquet offer an exceptional level of vision and commitment that has coined them as staging pioneers in today’s market. Using a unique method that incorporates the five senses, both Chápin and Jacquet strive to create a product coveted by both their clients and future homeowners.

Penthouse 46B

The team’s vision for Penthouse 46B was to maximize The Harrison’s most iconic and spectacular views by virtue of luxe, modern and urban designs. The foyer instantly captivates with a lavishly eclectic collection of a 70s-inspired smoked glass and brass table, oversized antique Italian vases and luxury Baobab candles, with a flush mounted chandelier perched just above. In alignment with modern decor trends, Chápin and Jacquet find it crucial to “jazz up” furniture styles: “We decided to go with a mix of chrome and brass—the chrome represents the masculine, while the brass is a feminine energy. The combination is one of true opulence.”

One of their many goals when working with The Harrison’s penthouses was to take advantage of, and showcase, the square footage without creating an overcrowded feel. As such, the duo made it a point to work with various lucite pieces, such as crystal diamond lamps, as well as integrating highly unique items such as a vintage Triumph motorcycle and a commissioned Alex Partman painting, inspired by the artiste Jean Michael Basquiat. Each detail has been carefully curated to reflect the magic of its location.

Penthouse 46C

While Penthouse 46B is replete with warm hues of white, gold, rose gold and silver, their vision for Penthouse 46C was disparate yet correspondingly palatial. Here, a red, black and white color palette commands absolute grandeur, evoking a modern, chic and vibrant ambiance. With unique city and marina views, this penthouse beckoned for a mixture of contemporary and classic details, which Chápin and Jacquet translated via high-end crystal finishes throughout. Dappled with distinct furnishings and items, such as neon “Love Me” sign, mirror installation, macassar wood desk, a custom lamp imported from The Netherlands and a specially made punching bag painted with an image of Muhammad Ali, this penthouse realizes lavish urban living set high above the city below.

Summer Chápin and Maxime Jacquet of Premier Stagers are revered for the partnerships that they have impressively acquired with furniture and art vendors worldwide. Per a distinct eye for deluxe living, they have become one of the most sought-after teams within the staging world. The Harrison is ecstatic to house Premier Stagers’ remarkably-furnished interiors within two of the 17 penthouses in the newly-unveiled Signature Collection—already garnering acclaim from leading luxury real estate media.

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San Francisco Celebrates The Launch of The Harrison’s Signature Collection

This past Thursday, leading San Francisco real estate professionals, media and existing residents experienced an intimate first look at two of the 17 penthouses in The Harrison’s newly-launched Signature Collection.

The 46th floor played host to two designer model homes masterfully staged by Premier Stagers: Penthouse 46B, a half-floor penthouse designed to showcase 100 linear feet of windows that span the length of its living spaces, and Penthouse 46C, which occupies full corners of the building’s west and east sides with bay, city and AT&T Park views. Set atop Rincon Hill and soaring 500 feet above the heart of SoMa, the penthouses astounded guests with their lavish interiors and coveted views.

The evening was one of luxurious taste, with respect to both Summer Chápin and Maxime Jacquet’s top-tier designs and a bevy of specialty cocktails and sweet treats, served by San Francisco’s renowned Lord George. The penthouses’ extravagant furnishings, including custom-designed graffiti trunks by Alexander Partman, a vintage Triumph motorcycle and a limited edition Louis Vuitton helmet, paired playfully with the evening’s “Sweet Life” theme. Brimming with vibrant energy, craft candied cocktails, specialty shakes, homemade artisanal sodas and sweet confections, the swanky and sophisticated penthouses emulated a deluxe candy factory.

The grand reveal was a great success for The Harrison, bringing to light the potential for a truly sweet life within SoMa’s landmark residential high-rise atop Rincon Hill. Thank you to all who shared in such a special evening.

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Unveiling The Harrison’s Signature Collection: 17 Penthouses High Above SoMa

Today, The Harrison unveiled its Signature Collection, a distinct collection of 17 half-floor and corner penthouses on the six uppermost floors of the 49-story residential-only building. Set atop Rincon Hill and soaring 500-feet above the heart of SoMa, the penthouses reveal sightlines of San Francisco’s most coveted views—the Bay Bridge, Twin Peaks, city and marina. Also unveiled were two model penthouses, both designed and furnished by Summer Chapin and Maxime Jacquet of Premier Stagers.

Interior Features

Spanning six floors, the Signature Collection features five three-bedroom-plus-den half-floor penthouses and 12 two-bedroom-plus-den corner penthouses. All penthouses include floor-to-ceiling windows, diagonal-planked Siberian oak floors, Bertazzoni appliances, Sub-Zero refrigerators, polished white slab Carrara marble countertops, Waterworks unlacquered brass fixtures, herringbone tile bathroom floors, Studio Becker Ash Molina cabinetry, custom Mechoshade window treatments and open-air balconies.

Designer Details

The Harrison’s 46th floor plays host to two model homes: Penthouse 46B, a half-floor penthouse designed to showcase the 100 linear feet of windows that span the length of the living spaces, and Penthouse 46C, which occupies full corners of the building’s westside with city, AT&T Park and Bay views. Both model penthouses, designed by Premier Stagers, pay homage to Ken Fulk, The Harrison’s designer, and are furnished and decorated to complement the inrush of natural light, open-concept, spacious interiors and far-reaching vistas. The penthouses are luxuriously furnished, featuring custom-designed graffiti trunks by Alexander Partman, inspired by the artiste Jean Michel Basquiat, a vintage Triumph motorcycle, a limited edition Louis Vuitton helmet and Baobab candles.

Amenities & Location

Signature Collection residents have access to The Harrison’s robust amenities, including a private, 49th floor penthouse lounge and speakeasy, Uncle Harry’s, private dining room, grand entry salon, pantry valet, fitness center, swimming pool, Jacuzzi and Luxury Attaché, a dedicated concierge who coordinates everything from dinner reservations to private functions to monthly events. Penthouse residents are also within walking distance to AT&T Park and many of the city’s best restaurants, bars, shops and businesses, including Facebook, LinkedIn and Dropbox, as well as The Transbay Transit Center and City Park, now named Salesforce Park, which will connect eight Bay Area counties through 11 transportation systems. It includes up to 100,000 square feet of retail space and a rooftop park.

Prices start at $3 million for a two-bedroom-plus-den penthouse and up to $8.8 million for a three-bedroom-plus-den penthouse. For more information call 415.721.7788 or email To view The Harrison’s newly-unveiled Signature Collection, click here.