The Millennium Tower is starting to stand tall on the San Francisco, Business District’s skyline. As January comes to an end, the Webcor Concrete Group will be celebrating the placement of the final deck at level 61 (635 feet above street level, which is not the absolute top of this fine building). Soon afterwards, the logistical dance of the tower’s cranes shall commence with the erection of a roof mounted crane (roof mount). The roof mount will then remove the “tower type” crane, piece by piece, down to the level 3 podium, and a mobile crane at ground level will swing the parts onto a truck at street level. The roof mount will stand post until the steel and window erection has been completed. So how are we going to remove the roof mount? Stay tuned.
The construction update via us: Millennium Tower’s “topping-off” celebration is this Friday (2/8). It now rises 645 feet into the sky (which makes it…the tallest residential building west of the Mississippi). And yes, a sales update is on its way (early next week).
∙ The Millennium: A Few Things You Might Know (And A Few You Don’t) [SocketSite]
∙ Webcor Projects: Millennium Tower (301 Mission) Update [Webcor]
∙ Millennium Tower Sales Watch: Rumors Of Day One Results [SocketSite]