The Harrison is extravagant and grand, lending its opulent design to a lavish lifestyle and aesthetic.
San Francisco
South Beach
The Harrison

The Harrison

401 Harrison St

The Harrison, located in South Beach among other luxury condominium buildings, is an inviting, opulent, chic place of living. With a design that cherishes the finer things in life, the structure is an ode all that is classy and lush. Residents of The Harrison have access to numerous amenities and services that go above and beyond in terms of a customer experience. Some of these amenities are Uncle Harry’s, which is a private penthouse lounge with a dining room, speakeasy, and catering kitchen, as well as a fitness center, swimming pool, hot tub, and personalized concierge service. The Harrison rises up almost 50 floors and contains nearly 300 units. These units utilize open floor plans, vast window walls, and vibrant natural lighting to boast an expansive, breathable style of living. Along with immaculate Bay and city views that change based on residence, special designs like the planked Siberian oak floors, white marble countertops in the kitchen, and porcelain bathroom flooring contribute to an overall appearance of high-class living.

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Details & Fees

  • Built in 2014
  • Developers: SCB and TSAO Design group
  • 298 Units / 49 Floors
  • Average HOA Fees: $1,379 – $1,527 / month

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Home to Oracle Park and the well-known Willie Mays statue, South Beach is an exciting and prominent place to live. With the Embarcadero running through it along the waterfront and a variety of restaurants, cafes, and bars to attend, it is hard to run out of things to do. Options for eating or going out include: American, Soul, Mexican, Fusion, and various Asian cuisines. South Beach is filled with opulent high rises and condominium complexes; namely, 88 Townsend, the Towers at Embarcadero, South Beach Marina Apartments, and others. The majority of residents in South Beach rent their home and it’s popular among adults in their early-to-mid thirties.