Who says you can't have it all? Posh city residences at the upscale Millennium Tower offer those with impeccable taste an elegant way to "downsize." When money is no object, downsizing from a
large home translates into stylish city living.
Known as "the tallest residential building west of the Mississippi," Millennium Tower has it all. The modern, glass-fronted tower is conveniently located at the northern edge of Transbay Terminal and adjoins Mission, Beale and Freemont Streets.
Designed by distinguished architect Glenn Rescalvo, the structure has won numerous awards since it was completed in 2009. Described as a "translucent crystal," it offers discriminating buyers some of the most expensive, lavish and desirable living accommodations on the West Coast.
The 60-story tower boasts 419 spacious luxury residences ranging from 750 to 6,000 square feet. The top two floors feature penthouse condominiums, and there are five levels of below-street valet parking with 434 spaces.
Millennium offers three distinctive floor plans and living possibilities: City Residences, Residences and Grand Residences. Each condominium has its own lobby, entryway and personal concierge service. All residences offer breathtaking views of the city.
Owners have exclusive access to the 20,000-square-foot Club Level featuring a private lounge, wine cellar and tasting room. The private bar and dining room offer gourmet food service from RN74, the hot eatery created by San Francisco Chef Michael Mina, Rajat Parr and Jason Berthold. The food is described as "a modern interpretation of refined American and regional French cuisine."
Boasting a 75-foot lap pool, a 5,500-square-foot fitness center by Sports Club LA, locker rooms, steam room and jacuzzi, the fitness center includes yoga and Pilates studios, massage therapy, and spa amenities.
In 2010, Millennium Tower introduced a variety of private on-site events including musical performances, film screenings and celebrity fireside chats. A lush, landscaped outdoor terrace and a complete children's playroom provide the ultimate upscale finishing touches.
Holding court on Mission Street in the trendy South of Market (SoMA) District in the heart of downtown San Francisco, Millennium Tower gives immediate access to the Financial District and Embarcadero shopping, dining and entertainment.
Close to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and Yerba Buena Gardens, the tower gives residents immediate access to a thriving artistic and cultural milieu. For those who can afford first-class downsizing, Millennium Tower blends all the pleasures of home with the tender loving care of a 5-star hotel.
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/.