The Harrison Unveils The Steinway Suite in Partnership with Steinway Pianos
Poised high above the city on The Harrison’s 49th floor is our newest model release: The Steinway Suite. One of just two remaining top floor penthouses, The Steinway Suite was designed by award-winning San Francisco designer Michael Friedes to showcase its most prized centerpiece, a Steinway Model M high-resolution player piano. Imbued with a touch of modern-day San Francisco sophistication and 40s-era glam, this sky-high penthouse is being offered fully-furnished for $3.7 million.
The Penthouse Centerpiece
The beautiful, livable and unique residence is completely turnkey, offering a rare opportunity to purchase a top floor, corner penthouse entirely brimming with unique pieces—all set to unmatched views of the city below and Twin Peaks just beyond.
The home’s true centerpiece, the grand Steinway Model M Spirio—the world’s finest high-resolution piano—uses optical sensors and proprietary software to self-play and offer free performances. While valued at $100,000 alone, the piano is included in the penthouse’s overall price to comprise a truly unbeatable ownership opportunity.
While The Steinway Suite’s undeniable wow-factor is the extravagant piano itself, each space is replete 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.
A Sky-High Retreat
The master 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.
The Steinway Suite is an idyllic retreat to drink in matchless views while relaxing, entertaining and listening to the incredible sound emanating from the Steinway piano. 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.