One Rincon Hill, Tower 2

425 1st St. @ Harrison St.

One Rincon Hill is a luxury residential complex on the apex of Rincon Hill in San Francisco's South Beach neighborhood. Designed by Solomon, Cordwell, Buenz and Associates and developed by Urban West Associates, it consists of two skyscrapers that share a common townhouse podium.  The entire development contains a total of 709 residential units. 

One Rincon Hill South Tower (Tower One), is 60 stories and stands 641 feet (195 m) tall. 

The South Tower contains high-speed elevators, and a large water tank designed to help stabilize the skyscraper. Its proximity to the Bay Bridge affords spectacular views of The City, The Bay, and of course The Bay Bridge.

One Rincon Hill North Tower (Tower 2 at One Rincon Hill), is under construction as of 2013 and will reach a height of 541 feet (165 m) with 50 stories. It is currently planned to be available for lease in 2014.

Reaching new heights in the finest of residential leasing, Tower Two at One Rincon Hill will feature new condominium-size residences with exceptional views, space and amenities:

  • Stunning City, Bay, and Bay Bridge views
  • Spacious designer residences: one to three bedrooms and penthouses.
  • LEED Certified building
  • Outstanding amenities include: gracious outdoor and park spaces, pool, lounge, and fitness center
  • Luxurious Skylounge located on the 49th floor with panoramic views and features for entertaining that will provide residents with a one-of-a kind experience
  • Residents will enjoy 24-hour attendant service, on-site car share and valet parking

Nearby attractions are AT&T park, The planned Golden State Warriors Arena. the Embarcadero, SOMA, Financial District. Shopping nearby at Safeway, Whole Foods, and the Ferry Building Farmers Market. Convenient to MUNI, Caltrain, and freeways.

Nearest Tech Shuttle Stops are 5 blocks away on Harrison St at the Embarcadero.

One Rincon Hill, Tower Two is currently under construction.  Leasing Center opens 2014.  Contact us for more information.