Life At The Top in Rincon HillAuthor:Philip Ferrato
In a neighborhood of gleaming new hi-rise condominiums, The Harrison stands out. The sleek, 49-story beacon overlooking San Francisco and the Bay was designed and curated by tastemaker Ken Fulk, bringing his unique style to create public spaces and amenities far beyond the usual.
This week, The Harrison introduces its Signature Collection, an exceptional group of penthouses occupying the top six floors of the building– including this pair of superb penthouses on the 46th floor designed by Summer Chapin and Maxime Jacquet of Premier Stagers.
Prices range from $3 million for a 2-bedroom+den penthouse and up to $8.8 million for a 3-bedroom+den penthouse.
Above and below, the expanse of windows of 46B offer a unique, 24/7 perspective on the Bay Bridge, and Leo Villarreal’s masterpiece, Bay Lights.
With glimpses of the bay and hills, the master bath and kitchen in 46C, below.
Along with the usual amenities we expect in luxe condominiums– the concierge, swimming pool and fitness center, private lounges and dining– The Harrison has a private bar on the 49th floor dubbed “Uncle Harry’s”, presumably an homage to the legendary watering holes of the Venetian hotelier Arrigo “Harry” Cipriani. With a decor by the legendary Ken Fulk to match.
More: Go to the Signature Collection’s dedicated website for more. The Harrison is a project by the global real estate and development firm, Compass Development.