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Millennium Tower is a 58-story, 196.6 m (645 ft) condominium skyscraper



General information
Type Residential condominiums
Location 301 Mission Street
San Francisco, California
Coordinates 37.7904°N 122.3961°W
Construction started 2005
Completed 2009
Opening April 23, 2009
Cost US$350 million[1]
Owner Mission Street Development, LLC
Antenna spire 645 ft (197 m)
Roof 605 ft (184 m)
Top floor 592 ft (180 m)
Technical details
Floor count 58
Floor area 1,150,000 sq ft (107,000 m2)
Lifts/elevators 12
Design and construction
Architect Handel Architects
Developer Millennium Partners
Structural engineer DeSimone Consulting Engineers
Main contractor Webcor Builders
Other information
Number of units 419
Millennium Tower is a 58-story, 196.6 m (645 ft) condominium skyscraper completed in 2009 in the South of Market district in downtown San Francisco.[1] A mixed-use, primarily residential structure, it is the tallest building in San Francisco to include residences.[4]

The blue-gray glass, late-modernist tower is bounded by Mission, Fremont, and Beale Streets, and the north end of the Transbay Transit Center site. The building was opened to residents on April 23, 2009. Its highest level, 58 floors above the ground,[3][6][7] is listed as the 60th, because floors 13 and 44 are missing for superstitious reasons.[8]

In 2016, the building was found to be both sinking and tilting.[9] In November 2016, the city of San Francisco filed suit against the tower’s developer Mission Street Developers LLC, claiming that the developers withheld information on the sinking problems from potential apartment buyers. Tenants received official disclosure of the structure issues in May 2016, only a few months before the news went public.