One Rincon Hill and The Harrison

Dramatically perched on top of Rincon Hill are the structurally-unique high-rise towers of One Rincon Hill and The Harrison.

Designed by Chicago architectural firm Soloman, Coldwell, Buenz, and Associates in the late-modernist style, One Rincon Hill (425 1st Street) soars to 60 floors, offering luxury condominiums with unparalleled 360-degree views of San Francisco’s urban and natural skylines.

The Harrison (401 Harrison Street) is a 49-floor residential high-rise building with 298 units and 26 floorplans ranging from 600 to over 3,200 square feet. The ultra-luxury condominium building was designed by Ken Fulk, an acclaimed San Francisco designer and mastermind of the bespoke experience of living at The Harrison, which makes an impression immediately upon entering the lobby. Fulk’s magic is felt from the building’s entrance to each unit’s pantry and up to the 49th-floor sky lounge, Uncle Harry’s, which will take your breath away.

Both towers offer luxury finishes, including sleek European cabinetry, modern fixtures, and stainless steel appliances. Floor-to-ceiling insulated glass walls provide panoramic views of the city or the Bay — and both for a privileged few.

Located in The East Cut, which is bordered by the Financial District, SoMa, South Beach, and Yerba Buena, One Rincon Hill’s prime location provides convenient access to downtown, East Bay, and the Peninsula via nearby Bay Bridge, Highways 101 and 280, BART, Muni, and CalTrain.

Building Expert

Sean Mamola

DRE 02056250 | Realtor®
Coldwell Banker San Francisco

Address: 300 Spear Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
Neighborhood: The East Cut