One Rincon Hill

425 1st Street, San Francisco, CA 94105

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Completed in 2008, One Rincon Hill is also the tallest residential building on the west coast. One Rincon Hill offers panoramic views of the city and the Bay Bridge from many of its units.  There are approximately 700 residences with nearly 30 different floor plans, with a collection of townhome style homes on the ground floor on Harrison Street.

One Rincon Hill was designed by Solomon, Cordwell, Buenz and Associates. Once a  residential community of  two highrise towers, one of the towers was recently remodeled and is now The Harrison, re-envisioned by renowned interior designer, Ken Fulk.  Together, the two buildings share a robust package of luxurious amenities including two fitness centers and the 49th floor sky lounge, Uncle Harry’s.

One Rincon Hill is positioned on San Francisco’s Rincon Hill and offers incredible vistas from most of its high rise units. Panoramic views from Twin Peaks to The Ferry Building can been seen from the western facing units. Expansive San Francisco Bay water views from the East Bay Hills to the Bay Bridge are available from the eastern facing units. One Rincon Hill’s world-class views, together with its waterfront location, luxury amenities and close proximity to San Francisco’s financial district makes for one very prestigious place to live.

From One Rincon Hill, you can walk to work in Downtown, the Financial District, SoMa and Transbay tech offices. Salesforce Transit Center, BART, the Muni Underground and The Silicon Valley tech bus stop are all a short walk away. Plus, the waterfront and its fine restaurants are close to your doorstep.


Amenities at One Rincon Hill:

  • 24/7 lobby attendant
  • Enjoy hotel style amenities
  • Two club lounges
  • 49th floor sky lounge with Bay Bridge views
  • Two fitness centers
  • Outdoor pool and spa
  • Outdoor entertaining area with BBQs and gazebo
  • Conference Room
  • Business Center
  • Steam rooms
  • Valet parking
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