The Registry SF, a Bay Area real estate news company, has spotlighted The Harrison in an article about the building’s last remaining half-floor penthouse and two corner penthouses.
The San Francisco Business Times’ recent article highlights The Harrison’s three upper-floor, luxury high-rise penthouses in “Exclusive: Trio of new SoMa penthouses hits market.”
Realtor.com, a popular hub providing information on homes and properties, recently released an article highlighting The Harrison’s lavish half-floor penthouse as “a luxe master retreat fit for a coding king.”
Forbes showcases The Harrison’s Steinway Suite as one of just two “sky-high California treasures” for sale.
HENRY, the San Francisco Design Center’s new magazine operated by Modern Luxury, features The Harrison as the face of “The New Maximalism” article.
The Harrison’s impeccable details are described by SF Gate, San Francisco’s trusted source for local news, especially its main piece, a beautiful Steinway grand piano. For people who appreciate all genres and eras of music and luxury living, the “penthouse in San Francisco with a self-playing Steinway grand hits just the right notes.”
Realtor.com, a popular hub providing information on homes and properties, gave a glowing review of The Harrison in appreciation of The Steinway Suite’s interior detail. The article highlights the penthouse’s “centerpiece,” a Steinway smart self-playing grand piano. “The mix of pieces, eras, and finishes throughout the interiors not only reflect [warmth and approachability], but accentuate it.”
California Home + Design, California’s premier design magazine, featured The Harrison and its newly designed 2-bedroom residence by Interior Designer Kristen Pike. The publication describes The Harrison amongst “San Francisco’s South Beach neighborhood’s newest and most luxurious condominium projects.”
Mansion Global, the premier digital destination for compelling content about the global real estate market, has featured The Harrison’s penthouse 45B as their “Listing of the Day.” In an interview with listing agent Lynn Brown, the penthouse is described as “the creme-de-la-creme of the building.” Here, one can opt for boundless upgrades, but the view is entirely priceless.
The Week, a publication that offers reliable commentary and analysis of the day’s breaking news and current events, has featured The Harrison in a compilation of “Best Properties,” complete with a select few bayside locales. The article lauds residence 36D’s “sweeping water views spanned by the Bay Bridge,” where coastal living is refined by high-end details and unrivaled amenities.
Robb Report includes The Harrison’s Signature Collection in an article highlighting five of the most premier high-end homes in San Francisco. Complete with “crisp, timeless interiors” high above the city below, The Harrison’s penthouse “will make you want to call San Francisco home.”
The San Francisco Business Times sheds light on The Harrison’s sales activity and news of their sold out first phase, emphasizing that the SoMa residential high-rise will move forward to the second phase with higher prices due to increasing demand.
The Harrison was featured in the February 2018 issue of Interiors California (including the publisher’s note), calling out its unique offering with “no shortage of spot-on design details and opulent amenities.”
Elle Decor features The Harrison amongst a list of 12 homes ideal for each zodiac sign, proclaiming that Cancers should “be able to return to someplace quiet and soothing” like The Harrison’s “blissfully mellow penthouse with water views.”
As the concierge at The Harrison, Kathy Whiley knows San Francisco like the back of her hand. She spoke with Haute Living to discuss five things that will be huge in the Bay Area in 2018.
The Financial Times highlights The Harrison as one of the high-end residential buildings that have a direct, positive impact on the tech industry’s current boom, consequently reshaping SoMa’s property market.
Bisnow, a commercial real estate publication, highlights The Harrison’s Signature Collection of penthouse suites, spanning six floors, along with its robust amenity offerings, like the Grand Entry Salon, penthouse lounge & speakeasy, fitness center, and luxury attaché.
The Registry flaunts The Harrison’s monumental announcement of their Signature Collection, introducing 17 half floor penthouses with floor-to-ceiling windows, diagonal-planked Siberian oak floors, Bertazzoni appliances, and a plethora of other features.
The Patch, the go-to publication for the latest neighborhood happenings, details a few of The Harrison’s newest penthouse residences on the market. Priced at $8.2M, “this high-rise apartment hits the apex of refined luxury.”
Elite Traveler boasts about The Harrison’s “$60 Million Penthouse Collection in San Francisco.” As the name suggests, the Signature Collection includes 17 penthouses soaring 500 feet over Rincon Hill priced from $3 million – $8.8 million.
Unique Homes breaks down The Harrison’s anticipated Signature Collection reveal underscoring their ideal location and stunning views: “The penthouses soar 500-feet above the heart of SoMa with sightlines of San Francisco’s most coveted Bay Bridge, Twin Peaks, city and marina views.”
Ken Fulk’s tasteful aesthetic graces The Harrison’s interior designs from the penthouse lounge and speakeasy named Uncle Harry’s, to the small details of satin finishes and Siberian oak floors. Editor At Large captures the subtle nuances that make The Harrison an incomparable real estate destination.
Mansion Global, a premier digital destination for affluent real estate buyers, celebrates the launch of The Harrison’s Signature Collection penthouses: “[the] 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.”
The Harrison recently placed a corner residence on the market for $1.8 million, and Curbed SF shared all of the details — “this sleek pad is a standout compared to similar nearby Rincon Hill dwellings.”
Curbed SF, an online publication providing insight to America’s online housing industry, boasts about the astoundingly high number of penthouse suites in The Harrison — 17, to be exact. The Signature Collection comprises a distinct collection of 17 half-floor and corner penthouses on the six uppermost floors of the 49-story residential-only building.
Forbes, one of the country’s leading global media companies, has devised a list of 18 picturesque locations worldwide that are undoubtedly worthy of Instagram likes. Among this vetted ballot is The Harrison, lauded for its penthouse lounge, Uncle Harry’s, which offers dramatic views of the Bay Bridge just beyond its towering windows.
Cottages and Gardens, an eminent publication that features the finest in regional luxury design, characterizes The Harrison’s model residences as the embodiment of urban oases. The stunning neutral interiors, complete with subtle gray, charcoal and cream palettes, are designed to complement far-reaching views of the Bay, resulting in coastal chic abodes that are both effortless and luxurious.
The San Francisco Chronicle has given prominence to The Harrison’s 28th floor residence in the Hot Property series. Showcasing “panoramic views through floor-to-ceiling windows and high-end finishes at every turn,” the 28th floor unit remains for sale, featuring famed designer Ken Fulk’s interior details and stunning vistas of the Bay Bridge.
MyDomaine, a shoppable online publisher of chic lifestyle inspiration, illuminates The Harrison’s Kara Smith-designed model residence as the “Cool, Quirky San Francisco Apartment That Stole Our Heart.” By identifying prospective buyers as the first step, Smith went on to create “a sleek, gender-neutral home that’s the epitome of cool.”
An online publication that helps art collectors discover contemporary works by emerging artists, Uprise Art sheds light on the “calming and monochromatic dream” found within The Harrison’s residence transformed by SFA Design. Inspired by the iconic San Francisco skyline, this residence has garnered acclaim for its bright finishes and furnishings, contrasted throughout by “dynamic, modern lights.”
The San Francisco Chronicle has caught wind of The Harrison’s private penthouse lounge, Uncle Harry’s: the brainchild of fanciful designer Ken Fulk. Inundated with lacquer green walls and a speakeasy bar with crocodile-embossed leather, Uncle Harry’s is “meant to feel like the living room of your most interesting ancestor — that adventurous, world-traveling great uncle” says Fulk.
The San Francisco Chronicle features The Harrison’s 32nd floor unit in an article highlighting the Ken Fulk-designed interior. Famed for his work at the Battery and renovation of the Mark Hopkins Hotel, Ken Fulk’s luxurious and whimsical designs ideally complement the 32nd floor unit’s far-reaching Bay Bridge and city vistas.
Renowned luxury lifestyle publication Haute Living accentuates the incomparable amenity sets within San Francisco’s premier high-rises, placing particular emphasis on The Harrison’s deluxe offerings. As the demand for luxury real estate burgeons, The Harrison reigns supreme as an urban oasis with Ken Fulk-designed interiors and matchless amenities.
Robb Report, highlighting the best of the best products and experience around the world, cannot get enough of The Harrison’s incomparable residences. Described as, “equipped with floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the city and bay, the residences function as secluded sky sanctuaries.”
California Home + Design pays homage to Kara Smith of SFA Design, who is responsible for the impeccable interior design details of The Harrison residences — “With Smith’s unique eye for detail and innovative, contemporary design aesthetic, she created one-of-a-kind homes that reflect the cosmopolitan feel of San Francisco’s ever-changing cityscape.”