In healthy numbers, prospective buyers are flocking to Millennium Tower luxury
condominiums to trade in their large, labor-intensive houses for luxury, concierge living. The tower is enjoying prosperity amid turbulent economic times because it offers a new option for the
extravagant lifestyle in the heart of San Francisco.
Bordered by Mission, Fremont and Beale streets in the upscale South of Market district, Millennium Tower is a crown jewel in the Transbay redevelopment project. It is setting a new standard of luxury for residential high rises with amenities that include a 25,000 square foot club level, a private concierge service and quick access to Yuerba Buena Gardens, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the city's vibrant financial district.
Acclaimed architect Glenn Rescalvo designed the Millennium Tower, which first opened in 2009. Among luxury residential high-rises, it boasts a unique design. There are two separate buildings – a 60-story tower and an 11-story tower – joined together by a two-story glass atrium. A total of 419 residential units can be found in the Millennium Tower and each building has a separate lobby serviced by its own staff.
One of the features most enticing to buyers since Millennium Tower opened is the one-of-a-kind club level. Residents can enjoy a host of amenities including a private screening room for watching movies, an owner's lounge for entertaining friends, an outdoor terrace for enjoying a spectacular view of the skyline and a private dining room featuring world-class cuisine prepared by RN74, the upscale European restaurant by chef Michael Mina .
Residents looking to increase their physical fitness can do it with the aid of a 5,500 square foot fitness club operated by Sports Club LA. The club features a 75-foot length swimming pool, jacuzzi, pilates studios, yoga classes, massage therapy sessions and steam rooms.
Upscale offerings at Millennium Tower are highlighted by La Vie, a series of monthly events designed to foster a vertical neighborhood through offering residents an opportunity for regular interactions. It functions as a built-in social network for the entire luxury residential high rise and helps residents feel like they are not in the midst of strangers.
Residents enjoy a diverse slate of activities. Some months feature outdoor concerts. Other months feature private screenings of movies or wine tasting. One highlight is a series of regular fireside chats with prominent San Francisco residents. Past speakers include former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Joe Montana , who is also a resident of Millennium Tower.
Potential buyers may schedule an appointment at Millennium Tower via email at SFLives@MillenniumTowerSF.com or by calling (415) 989-3333. For more information about Millennium Tower, visit http://www.millenniumtowersf.com .