Listing of the Day
Location: San Francisco
Price: $8.2 million
Seventeen condos at a new development called the Harrison are being billed as penthouses, including this one numbered 45B. This unit occupies half of the 45th floor—of the Harrison’s 49 total floors—and has two neighboring quarter-floor units also being described as penthouses.
“Similar to many of NYC’s most significant high-rises, the Harrison identified its uppermost six floors, with sweeping sky-high views, as its penthouse collection,” listing agent Lynn Brown said. “These are the creme-de-la-creme of the building.”
Semantics aside, the view is the apartment’s greatest selling point.
“You can pay for the all the upgrades in the world, but this view is priceless. No other building can offer this unique vantage point because this residence sits directly in line with the Bay Bridge,” Ms. Brown said.
From 45B, one can enjoy views of the East Bay and Marina.
“Seeing the tranquil nature of the world-renowned San Francisco Bay juxtaposed with the feverish pace and activity of the city from 500 feet up is quite spectacular,” Ms. Brown said.
The apartment has three bedrooms, three full bathrooms and one half bathroom spread across 3,214 square feet. Two balconies have a total of 104 square feet.
The amenity-heavy building includes a lounge called Uncle Harry’s on the 49th floor, a dining room, a grand entry salon, a pantry valet, a fitness center, a swimming pool and Jacuzzi, and concierge service.
The condo has floor-to-ceiling windows with Mechoshade window treatments. The kitchen features Bertazzoni appliances, a Sub-Zero refrigerator, Carrara marble countertops, Waterworks unlacquered brass fixtures and a 180-degree view.
In the bathroom, herringbone tiles line the floor, and views of the East Bay are outside the windows. Designer Ken Fulk is behind the interiors.
The Harrison is located in the Rincon Hill area of the SoMa neighborhood in San Francisco. The building is within direct proximity of Highway 80, which runs over the Bay Bridge.
SoMa is home to countless technology companies, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, along with its gardens and public square. Top-rated restaurants, including Benu and Saison, are within walking distance.
Agent: Lynn Brown, Compass
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