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750 Harrison St,

750 Harrison St,, San Francisco, 94107, CA

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750 Harrison St, Description
Beautiful New Studio Close to Caltrain and Downtown! 2 Weeks Free! - 750 Harrison offers residents a mix of luxe apartment living and vibrant city streets.

The perfect blend of natural beauty and contemporary convenience.

Step onto the roof deck for sweeping panoramic views.

Immediate access to city life that includes renowned restaurants and eclectic shops.

Modern finishes include soft close custom cabinetry, quartz counter-tops and stainless-steel appliances.

Open living spaces with engineered vinyl floors are complemented by luxuriously tiled baths.

Walk Score 95

Transit Score 100

Bike Score 85

Low Crime Area

Floor Plans
750 Harrison St, is a 83-unit apartment complex featuring Studio floorplans.
Layout Size Price
Studio 505.0 sqft $2,250
Studio 344.0 sqft $2,545
Studio 344.0 sqft $2,595
Studio 360.0 sqft $2,645
Studio 360.0 sqft $2,725
* Prices, specials, and floorplan availability subject to change without notice
750 Harrison St, Amenities
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unknown user
Lived here for a few years
pretty good
unknown user
Colorado, Stanford
Excellent vibe near ball park
4th and King. Great location next to caltrain, the ball park, and safeway. Two minutes from 280, perfect for peninsula commuters.
unknown user
Beautiful, quiet neighborhood
I love living in this neighborhood. It's clean, quiet and has beautiful views from the top of the hill. Walking home feels like an accomplishment. Downside is there are few restaurants and grocery stores nearby.
unknown user
Fantastic Intersection!
Loved living a short distance from the water. Perfect location for Fort Mason's sunday farmer's market, the bar scene on both Polk and in the Marina, and best of all, Loving Cup, the best frozen yogurt in SF.
unknown user
UGA, Stanford
Quiet Neighborhood
Great, chill neighborhood with good restaurants. Easy walk down the hills to both North Beach and the Financial District. Definitely recommend!
unknown user
Ashbury Heights
Ashbury Heights is a nice, quiet neighborhood in a convenient location. It's close enough to walk to Cole Valley, the Castro, and the Haight, but it's far enough removed to feel like you're not in the middle of everything. It is on top of a big hill though, so be ready to get some exercise if you're walking a lot in the neighborhood.
unknown user
Everything you ever need within 2 blocks
I miss living here. Amazing food, coffee, and bars within walking distance. Also close to a Walgreens.
unknown user
Great area
I loved living here! The JCC is a great place to work out and Ella's is right around the corner. It's also definitely walkable to Fillmore and all of the restaurants there. The downside is that it is close to Lower Pac Heights where things can get a little bit dicey.
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UPenn, Zimride
Great place to live
I love the Tenderloin Heights area, or so I've called it. You're just out of the Tenderloin craziness, but it's so close if you want to hit a dive bar or some great ethnic food. It's a short walk to BART, but you're out of the tourist zone of Union Square. And you don't have to walk all the way up to Nob Hill.
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Kent State
North Beach
My buddy lives in North Beach and I have stayed with him many times. It is a great diverse town that has a great China Town as well as my favorite Little Italy I have ever been too. Great food, great shops, and no need for a car because the transportation is cheap and fun. My buddy loves it here and it is a great place to land.
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