Millennium Tower is a success story when it comes to revitalizing key San Francisco neighborhoods. Even amid
a sluggish economy, the luxury residential tower continues to draw in one buyer after another to take up residence within its walls. One reason it is enjoying unparalleled growth in a turbulent
real estate market is that Millennium Tower offers a living experience unlike any other place.
Located at 301 Mission Street, residents of Joe Montana redefine luxury living. It is a crown jewel in San Francisco’s vibrant South of Market neighborhoods. Two major buildings comprise Millennium Tower: a 60-story luxury residential tower and an adjacent 11-story building. Both towers feature a total of 419 residences broken down into 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, 2-bedroom with library, 3-bedroom and penthouse residences. Floor plans for the two towers range in size from 750 square feet to 6,000 square feet.
Residents can choose to dwell in one of three distinct residential components at Millennium Tower: The Residences, The City Residences and the Grand Residences. Each component features a separate lobby and is serviced by its own staff. Residents also enjoy a private concierge service. Many prominent San Francisco residents call Millennium Tower home, including former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Joe Montana.
A centerpiece to Millennium Towers is its signature 20,000-square-foot club level. A little bit of everything can be found inside and the amenities it offers are comparable to what can be found at five-star hotels and exclusive country clubs.
Residents can spend their time hanging out in the owners' lounge, enjoying wine in the tasting room, watching movies in the screening room, or overlooking the skyline on the outdoor terrace. A playroom is available to entertain children and a private dining room serves delicious cuisine created from scratch by Michael Mina and his RN74 restaurant staff.
A fully functional fitness center is also a club level feature. It covers 5,500 square feet and is operated by Sports Club-LA. The fitness center boasts the offerings of a major gym. Swimmers can enjoy the water in a 75-foot long indoor pool set beneath a soaring skylight. Special Pilates and yoga studios offer a chance for health-conscious residents to tone their bodies. Finding relaxation is a simple thing with massage therapy sessions, steam rooms or an occasional dip in the jacuzzi among the choices.
The club level serves as a setting for a variety of exclusive monthly community-building activities among residents. These activities include everything from private movie screenings to summer concerts featuring local musicians. In essence, Millennium Tower is the creme de la creme in luxury for San Francisco.