San Francisco’s vibrant SoMa neighborhood has set the new standard for luxurious living with The Harrison, an ultra-modern condominium tower that’s influencing the area’s architects to up their game. The luxury residential skyscraper’s higher floors offer unparalleled views of San Francisco and nearby landmarks, such as the Bay Bridge. Residents of these Rincon Hill condos can enjoy sprawling views from expansive windows, located inside each of the varied one to three bedroom condos. The top floor offers a chic residents-only lounge overlooking the city from rare and spectacular vantage points. The inviting welcome lobby, 24-hour doorman and readily available concierge services are additional reasons San Francisco homebuyers are compelled to call The Harrison their home.
The SoMA neighborhood is a popular destination for art lovers, culture seekers and adventurous eaters. The area South of Market Street is composed of numerous neighborhoods including South Beach, Mission Bay, Yerba Buena, Rincon Hill and South Park all of which offer a wide array of culinary and cultural attractions, making SoMa a favorite among tourists and locals alike. Twenty Five Lusk is among the SoMa District’s most trendy bars and lounges. The popular New American restaurant was designed by award-winning architect Cass Calder Smith, whose unique concept melds modern style with the 1917 building’s original brick interiors.
Of course, one must be financially comfortable to dine at establishments of this caliber. Thankfully, the SoMa District also happens to be a hotbed for innovation and technology. Start-ups like Foursquare, Pinterest, CBS Interactive, Dropbox, IGN, AirBnB, Uber and LinkedIn are all headquartered in this dynamic region of San Francisco, indicating the area’s abundant job opportunities. While work is important, the Bay Area also embraces relaxation. Thankfully, SoMa’s numerous parks, which include Moscone South and Yerba Buena Gardens offer multiple blocks of sprawling green space, and a welcome urban escape.
Culture cravers will enjoy the neighborhood’s numerous museums and attractions which include The Contemporary Jewish Museum, The Museum of the African Diaspora, the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The Museum of Cartoon Art and countless annual street fairs, which bring endless excitement to the winding roads of SoMa.