870 Harrison St #203
About the unit:
• 1-Bedroom, 1-Bathroom condo
• floor-to-ceiling bay windows
• radiant floor heating
• tilt and turn windows
• white oak flooring
• Ceasarstone kitchen countertops
• Bertazzoni stoves
• Bosch dishwasher
• Grohe kitchen and bathroom faucets and fixtures
• Porcelanosa Krion backsplash
This 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom condo was designed by San Francisco-based JS Sullivan, which is known for their quality and exceptional mixed-use, urban developments. The unit has an open layout floor plan and floor-to-ceiling bay windows overlooking some lovely views of the city and the building’s courtyard – all of which contributes to a living space that is bright and airy. The unit features white oak hardwood flooring, carpeted bedroom, spacious closet space, radiant floor heating, Grohe kitchen and bathroom faucets and fixtures, Caesarstone kitchen countertops, Porcelanosa Krion backsplash, Bertazzoni stove, Bosch dishwasher, an LG refrigerator, and an in-unit Bosch washer and dryer.
Located in a modern, 26-unit, high-end condo building at 870 Harrison in a quiet niche of SoMa/Yerba Buena neighborhood, residents at 870 Harrison enjoy a rooftop garden with 360-degree views of the city, living spaces rich in high-quality materials, plus plenty of bicycle storage.
• comfortable rooftop terrace with outdoor kitchen (BBQ grill and prep area)
• Rear yard with landscaping, benches and gathering areas
• Bicycle parking
About the neighborhood:
South of Market consists of sub-neighborhoods – South Beach, South Park,Yerba Buena – and is within walking distance to the Financial District, the Embarcadero, Mission Bay, and Mission District. The area is home to many of the city’s museums, Michelin-star restaurants and hotels, and headquarters of several major software and tech companies, the Moscone Conference Center, Salesforce Transbay Terminal, and more. There are several public transportation options within the vicinity including BART, Muni Metro light rail, Muni buses, street cars, buses that connect commuters to the Peninsula, South Bay or East Bay, and the San Francisco Ferry terminal that travel across the San Francisco Bay.
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