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Sinking Tower Lawsuits Could Take Nearly a Decade to Resolve

Sinking Tower Lawsuits Could Take Nearly a Decade to Resolve

With the Transbay Joint Powers Authority (TJPA) having already been named as a defendant in three lawsuits related to the sinking of Millennium Tower, the TJPA has engaged Jones Day to provide litigation support. The TJPA’s engagement with Jones Day is for an initial five-year term with an option... Read More »

Legendary VC’s Millennium Tower Penthouse Fetches $13M

Legendary VC’s Millennium Tower Penthouse Fetches $13M

Purchased as a shell for $9.35 million in 2009, the late venture capitalist Tom Perkins spent another $9 million building out the Grand Penthouse A atop the sinking Millennium Tower. And the 5,000-square-foot lair, which is configured as a two-bedroom, with a 3,000-square-foot great room and rooftop terrace, has... Read More »

SF Suing Developer of Sinking Tower

SF Suing Developer of Sinking Tower

The San Francisco City Attorney, Dennis Herrera, has filed suit against Millennium Partners, alleging that the development team knew, and didn’t adequately disclose, that the 58-story Millennium Tower at 301 Mission Street was sinking further and faster than expected prior to opening its sales office. According to an investigation... Read More »

Behold The Custom Kitchen Island

Behold The Custom Kitchen Island

Purchased for $2.85 million in 2011 (having previously traded for $3.2 million in 2009), the two-bedroom Grand Residence #53D atop the Millennium Tower at 301 Mission Street has just returned to the market listed for $4,999,999, touting “hundreds of thousands of dollars of renovations” and having been “superbly improved... Read More »

Catching Fire on Mission Street at $2,550 per Square Foot

Catching Fire on Mission Street at $2,550 per Square Foot

As we noted when the 1,664 square foot condo on the 48th floor of San Francisco’s Millennium Tower hit the market in February asking $4,500,000, the Millennium Tower wasn’t built with any fireplaces in place, but that didn’t stop the buyer of 301 Mission Street #48B from adding one.... Read More »

There’s Now A Fireplace On The 48th Floor

There’s Now A Fireplace On The 48th Floor

The Millennium Tower at 301 Mission Street wasn’t built with any fireplaces in place, but that didn’t stop the buyer of 301 Mission Street #48B from adding one. Purchased as new for $2,400,000 in February of 2010, the 1,664 square foot Grand Residence on the 48th floor was more... Read More »

The Numbers Behind Perkins’ Millennium Penthouse Purchase

The Numbers Behind Perkins’ Millennium Penthouse Purchase

Tom Perkins has gone public with his purchase of one of the top two Millennium Tower penthouse shells (“GPHA”). The buy by the numbers: 4,806 square feet; three bedrooms and three baths with 11-foot ceilings; a 700 square foot terrace; monthly dues of $1,709; and a $9.35 million purchase... Read More »

Four Views From Atop San Francisco’s Topped-Off Millennium Tower

Four Views From Atop San Francisco’s Topped-Off Millennium Tower

The ceremonial last concrete bucket and traditional topping-off tree have been hoisted 645 feet atop San Francisco’s Millennium Tower. And from there, we head straight to the views. First up, and appropriately enough as it’s from the very first Millennium condo to go into contract, a view from what... Read More »

The Millennium: A Few Things You Might Know (And A Few You Don’t)

The Millennium: A Few Things You Might Know (And A Few You Don’t)

A few things you might already know about the Millennium rising: 419 condos divided into three different “Residences” (each with separate lobbies, elevators, homeowners associations, and distinct finishes). The 11-story midrise will consist of 53 units dubbed The City Residences; while over in the 60-story tower floors 3-25 will... Read More »