Millennium Tower Offers The Finest Living San Francisco Has To offer
San Francisco - Word is spreading about a new standard of luxury living in San Francisco among the best offered anywhere. Millennium Tower is becoming a popular destination for affluent people of all ages transitioning from owning a spacious house to taking up residence in a luxury condo. From its location in the blossoming South of Market district, Millennium Tower provides a taste of luxury in the heart of a culturally vibrant city. Millennium Tower is drawing in plenty of prospective buyers because of the amenities it offers to residents. The tower features a private concierge service, a state-of-the-art 25,000 square foot club level and a slate of engaging monthly activities through the "La Vie" program. Residents do not have to scale back on luxury living in this place. Millennium Tower redefines what it means to live in style in San Francisco. A unique design helps set Millennium Tower apart as the tallest residential building west of the Mississippi River. Two towers â€“ one 60 stories high and the other 11 stories high â€“ are joined by a two-story glass atrium. A total of 419 residential units are available in the two towers and these units range in size from 750 to 6,000 square feet. Units in the 11-story tower are called the city residences and include innovative features such as a focal media wall that allows a resident to design how their living space will appear. Units in the 60-story tower are divided into two groups. The bottom half of the tower is called the residences. The upper half is called the grand residences. Both the residences and the grand residences offer stunning views of the city's southern skyline with the presence of floor-to-ceiling windows in each unit. The opportunity to indulge in luxury living at the Millennium Tower is apparent by the offerings from the club level. Residents enjoy watching movies in a private screening room, socializing in the owner's lounge and eating fine cuisine prepared by the RN74 restaurant staff and head chef Michael Mina in the private dining room. The crown jewel is a full-sized private fitness center which features a swimming pool, studios for pilates and yoga, massage therapy, a jacuzzi and steam rooms. La Vie, a monthly events program, helps transform Millennium Tower into a vertical neighborhood. It offers residents the opportunity to socialize through diverse activities. Past La Vie offerings include private movie screenings, outdoor summer concerts and fireside chats with prominent local residents such as former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Joe Montana.
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.