The Millennium is exclusively represented by Millennium Partners.
The Millennium Tower is selling out fast, with only 16 units remaining–less than 10% of the original inventory. There are a variety of two and three bedroom units and a selection of grand one bedrooms to choose from.
The Millennium Tower is a 58-story building listed by Millennium Partners, centrally located in San Francisco’s south Financial District or SOMA at the intersections of Beale, Mission and Fremont Streets. Developed by Millennium Partners of New York City for $350 million and designed by Glenn Rescalvo of Handel Architects and built by Millennium Partners of New York City, the Millennium promises a new era of luxury and sophistication to the Bay Area. The fourth tallest building in San Francisco, the development is actually 2 separate buildings: a 58-story tower and an 11-story podium building.
Containing a total of 419 homes, the building evokes images of a crystal with a mutil-faceted facade designed to reflect sunlight at various times of the day much like a sparkling crystal in the sky with the primary 25 floors of the tower containing the “Residences”. The quality of the amenity package is off the charts and raises the bar of city living in San Francisco. The 20,000 square-foot amenity complex includes a massive 5,500 square foot fitness center operated by Sports Club/LA, a children’s playroom, outdoor terrace with beautiful landscaping and seating area, 75-foot indoor competition lap pool under a large skylight, adjacent hot tub, wine cellar, tasting room, a 2,500 square foot Owner’s Lounge with food service from Michael Mina’s RN 74 just downstairs, and a screening room with a 100″ HD projector screen to top it off.
For more information about 301 Mission Street or to schedule a private viewing, contact neighborhood professional Steve Mi at 415.508.8335 or firstname.lastname@example.org today.
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