Here are all the multimillion-dollar condos for sale in San Francisco’s leaning, sinking skyscraper

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Rich residents looking to bail on Millennium Tower, a 58-story skyscraper in San Francisco that is sinking and tilting, are slashing prices to move their units on the real-estate market.

Several dozen condos at 301 Mission Street have hit the market since 2016, when the tower first made international headlines. Sellers have cut prices significantly in order to attract buyers.

Millennium Tower has sunk 17 inches and tilted 14 inches at the top since it was completed in 2008. An inspection by the city showed it’s safe to occupy, though satellite images suggest the high-rise will continue to sink at a rate of two inches per year. It’s unlikely to fall anytime soon, in part because it’s sinking too slowly to take anyone by surprise. A fix is also in the works.

Here are all the multimillion-dollar homes currently for sale at Millennium Tower.


The owners of a two-bedroom, two-bath home at Millennium Tower have taken $101,000 off the listing price since late July. Apartment 33E has spent nearly 200 days on Zillow.

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SFARMLS and Zillow

The asking price of homes for sale in San Francisco has gone up 4.4% over the last year, according to real-estate site Redfin. Homes typically sell for 110% of the asking price.

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Apartment 33E is listed for $2.39 million, which is about double the median asking price for a two-bedroom home in San Francisco.

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SFARMLS and Zillow

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Natural light pours in through the floor-to-ceiling windows, which offer panoramic views.

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SFARMLS and Zillow

Apartment 304 is a two-bedroom, two-bath corner unit at Millennium Tower. The owners listed the condo for a modest $1.95 million, and it has spent about 50 days on Zillow.

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An open floor plan and 10-foot ceilings make the 1,281-square-foot space feel much bigger.

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The walk-in closet is luxurious.

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You can’t judge a condo by its quirky décor — headless mannequin included.

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SFARMLS and Zillow

A dreamy master bath offers a soaking tub and a separate shower.

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SFARMLS and Zillow

An enormous one-bedroom, two-bath at Millennium Tower is seeking $2.19 million. At 1,633 square feet, Apartment 606 feels more like a renovated loft than a condo.

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SFARMLS and Redfin

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Looking through photos of the different condos for sale at Millennium Tower, it’s impressive to see how they differ in style. Apartment 606 is more ornate than its neighbors.

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SFARMLS and Redfin

A red velvet curtain peels back to reveal a flat screen television.

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SFARMLS and Redfin

The master bath will transport you to the glitz and glamour of “The Great Gatsby” era.

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SFARMLS and Redfin

The most expensive condo currently for sale at Millennium Tower is a four-bedroom, four-bath behemoth on the market for $5.99 million. It last sold for $2.65 million in 2014.

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SFARMLS and Redfin

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Apartment 401 is actually a combination of two units and boasts over 3,800 square feet.

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SFARMLS and Redfin

Windows wrap around the space, offering 270-degree views, according to the listing.

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SFARMLS and Redfin

Most studio apartments in San Francisco could fit inside the master bedroom.

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Apartment 401 has two “flex rooms,” which could be used as an office or a playroom.

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SFARMLS and Redfin

Multimillion-dollar condos at Millennium Tower have tumbled $320,000 in value on average since news of the building’s sinking in 2016, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.

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A person walks by Millennium Tower in San Francisco.
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Source: San Francisco Chronicle


Millennium Tower remains one of the most expensive addresses in San Francisco.

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A view of Millennium Tower in San Francisco.
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