The Harrison is a 49-story building rising atop Rincon Hill along side One Rincon Hill. Since it’s completion it has been an unmistakable presence in the San Francisco skyline. Creative Director Ken Fulk, of The Battery and Mark Hopkins fame, designed The Harrison as a grand private residence that is reflective of the evolution of San Francisco’s storied past and its intrepid, forward-thinking advancement. Every detail has been meticulously thought out and hand-picked, from the valets’ ensemble to the coasters for which to rest your drink in the private sky lounge rooftop, Uncle Harry’s.
The signature statement of The Harrison is its grand salon. This two-story lobby features a cerused oak library with a mezzanine. The flow and ambiance is more evocative of a fine European hotel. “A common area for uncommon people.”
Each of the 298 units are equipped with diagonal planked Siberian oak wood, custom brass sconces, Bertazzoni ranges, Sub-Zero refrigerators, and stone countertops. Residents and their guests will also be able to enjoy the fitness center, pool, conference room, outdoor terrace, concierge, 24-hour doormen, and a pantry providing daily coffee, tea, pastries, and newspapers before starting the day.