From its beginnings as an anchor in a San Francisco neighborhood revitalization project, Millennium Tower is
rapidly turning into a destination for people looking to enjoy a slice of luxury living. The 60-story luxury residential tower on 301 Mission Street has shown impressive sales activity in
turbulent economic times because of the unique offerings it makes available to its residents.
Millennium Tower is located in the heart of the city's SoMa (South of Market) neighborhoods and is a crown jewel of a continuing revitalization project in the greater Transbay neighborhood. Upon completion of the new Transit Center serving the greater bay area, tower residents will be right in the middle of a collection of new transit routes, fine restaurants and upscale shops.
The promise of being an important part of a destination spot in San Francisco, while maintaining a sense of community, is quite appealing to many prospective buyers visiting Millennium Tower.
"We've learned that people want more than a luxury residence – they also want to be part of a neighborhood and a community," said Richard G. Baumert, managing director of Millennium Partners, the development firm that created Millennium Tower. “Millennium Tower certainly meets this need, albeit as a more unconventional 'vertical' neighborhood."
Millennium Tower is just the latest addition to a San Francisco skyline peppered with other successful development projects undertaken by Millennium Partners. The company made a huge splash 10 years ago when it opened a popular mixed use development anchored by the Four Seasons Hotel and Four Seasons residences.
Since that time, Millennium Partners has also had a hand in building up the city's cultural attractions. It donated land to facilitate building a new home for the Contemporary Jewish Museum and developed the Metreon entertainment center. The addition of Millennium Tower simply enriches that real estate development portfolio.
It is another showcase development with 419 residences that range in size from 750 square feet to 6,000 square feet and a 20,000-square-foot Club Level that houses a number of unmatched amenities and hosts several popular monthly activities. Many prominent local residents, including former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Joe Montana, call Millennium Tower home.
Inside the club level, residents are treated to private movie screenings in the screening room, a selection of delicious cuisine in the private dining room, summer concerts with local musicians on the outdoor terrace and exercise time in a 5,500 square-foot fitness center that features everything from swimming to yoga classes.
With these offerings, Millennium Tower offers a slice of living in luxury rarely found in other places.
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 www.millenniumtowersf.com.