About Millennium Tower
The Millennium Tower is a 58-story highrise residential condominium completed in 2009 in the San Francisco Financial District, South of Market. The footprint from which the blue-gray glass, late-modernist tower is bounded by Mission-, Fremont-, and Beale-Streets, and the north end of the Transbay Terminal. The building was opened to residents on 23 April 2009. The US$350 million project is developed by Millennium Partners of New York City and designed by Handel Architects and engineered by DeSimone Consulting Engineers. At 645 ft (197 m) it is the fourth tallest building in San Francisco, and the tallest since 345 California Street in 1986. The tower is slender, with each floor containing 14,000 sq ft (1,300 m) of floor space. In addition to the 58-story tower, there is a 125 ft (38 m), 12-story tower on the northeast end of the complex. Between the two towers is a 43 ft (13 m), two-story glass atrium. In total, the project will have 419 units. The residences are said to be the priciest on the West Coast, with penthouse units on floors 59 and 60 selling for around US$12 million.