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Millennium Tower

The 910,000 sf 301 Mission project is situated on a 1.1-acre city block in the South of Market area of downtown San Francisco. Originally envisioned as a mixed-use project with a hotel occupying the first 12 floors and the upper 46 levels containing condominiums, the City’s demands for more residences downtown changed the program to be made up entirely of privately-owned units.

Bullet 910K SF
Bullet $400M construction cost
Bullet Completed: 2009

The 419 luxury condos are a mixture of one-, two- and three-bedroom layouts with multiple baths. The tower is fully air conditioned using vertical self-contained heat pumps with central exhaust systems. Central domestic hot water and condenser water systems will serve the entire site.  Each condo will have individual electrical metering. Smoke control systems will be provided for the entire project. 

Exclusive to the tower’s residents will be an ultra-luxurious 20,000 sf club level featuring a 5,500 sf fitness center with yoga and pilates studios, massage rooms, locker rooms, steam rooms, as well as a 75-foot indoor competition length pool. The floor will also feature an owner’s lounge, wine cellar, screen room with a 100’ state-of-the-art screen, private dining room, and a children’s playroom.

Retail and restaurant facilities, including Sports Club/LA and a Michael Mina restaurant, will total over 27,000 sf, and occupy the ground level with a shorter 11-story high-rise residential and amenity building positioned on the north half of the block. Connecting the two towers will be a two-story atrium. There will be five levels of below-grade parking for 350 vehicles totalling 190,000 sf, which will be mechanically ventilated. There will also be an additional two levels of below-grade space used for residential storage and facility maintenance. 

The project’s exterior design creates the impression of a translucent crystal. Delicately detailed and taut in character, the exterior materials will incorporate a variety of glass and metal fins to craft a sense of lightness and transparency. The tower's slender proportions, combined with clean lines and sleek profile, will visually reinforce the elegance of the tower's crystalline character and enhance the skyline as an architectural landmark. The overall perception of the tower's silhouette shifts with changing light of the sky.