Unlike any other unit you have seen at the bar-setting One Rincon Hill, No. 2903 spans nearly 2,000 square feet, boasting three large bedrooms suites, and a Zoom-room (den), all while showcasing iconic views through expansive floor-to-ceiling windows from every room. The iconic San Franciscan NW views include the Oracle Ballpark, Twink Peaks, Downtown, the Embarcadero Waterfront, and Ferry building through floor-to-ceiling windows. The kitchen features Italian cabinetry, granite countertops & a professional-grade Sub-Zero/Bosch stainless steel appliance suite. One Rincon is a world-class building with a proven track record of spoiling residents with 5-star hotel-quality amenities including 24/7 valet parking for each unit, a grand porte-cochere, a concierge, package & dry cleaning attendant, a heated lap pool, two gyms, zoom-friendly lounges, doggy area, & Uncle Harry's resident lounge.
One Rincon Hill is a world-class building with a proven track record of spoiling its residents with five-star hotel-quality amenities including but not limited to:
Two club-level fitness centers featuring:
Access to the Ken Fulk-designed Uncle Harry's Lounge at the Harrison
About One Rincon Hill:
One Rincon Hill is one of the tallest all-residential towers west of the Mississippi River. Its location near the apex of Rincon Hill, at an elevation of over 100 feet gives it an apparent height of well over 700 feet, making it one of the most prominent additions to the San Francisco skyline in over 30 years. Rising from the base of San Francisco’s Bay Bridge, the two-phase, 1,250,000-square-foot One Rincon Hill development includes two 60- and 45-story towers containing 695 condominiums and 14 townhouses at the base of the towers.
The all-residential tower is located on a narrow site just eight miles from the San Andreas Fault. In response to being built in this highly seismic region, the project employs a first-of-its-kind structural system, using a nontraditional Performance Seismic Design approach (PSD), the first-ever to be approved in California.
This structure features a concrete ductile core wall and four concrete outrigger columns connected by buckling restrained braces. The PSD design eliminated the need for an exterior moment frame which increased individual unit areas, allowed unobstructed views, shortened construction time, optimized material quantities, and enhanced performance.
Another first in this project is the tuned liquid-mass damper, the first to be employed in the U.S. Two 54,000-gallon tuned liquid sloshing damper tanks located at the building’s top use the motion of sloshing water to counteract wind accelerations and increase occupant comfort.
The Rincon Tower contains high-speed elevators with special features for moving residents effectively, and a large water tank designed to help the skyscraper withstand strong winds and earthquakes. The elevators are the second-fastest in the city of San Francisco, traveling from the ground floor to the 61st floor (the mechanical level) in only 26 seconds to speed.
Designed as a catalyst for urban renewal, One Rincon Hill has set a new standard for urban living in the Bay Area.