The New York Times Features The Harrison and the East Cut’s Newfound Popularity
The New York Times—the ever-acclaimed news entity with a worldwide readership—has spotlighted The Harrison’s stylish homes set within San Francisco’s most intriguing neighborhood: the East Cut. According to The New York Times, the East Cut has gradually forged a new identity in recent years, now brimming with blue and green glass skyscrapers and charming, historic architecture. The East Cut’s unique “walkable, high-rise neighborhood […] in a hilly, mostly low-rise city” suits the rare, character-rich offerings that await at The Harrison—Ken Fulk-designed interiors, luxurious concierge services and iconic views of San Francisco and beyond.
“[The Harrison] reminded me of a really high-end, New York City-type of building,” Mr. Azcarate said. The 49-story tower has interiors by the celebrity designer Ken Fulk, as well as valet parking and continental breakfast served every morning. “We looked at a lot of high-rises and they felt very sterile, like offices. This one felt warm and homey.”
Read the full New York Times article here.