A few things you might already know about the Millennium rising: 419 condos divided into three different “Residences” (each with separate lobbies, elevators, homeowners associations, and distinct finishes). The 11-story midrise will consist of 53 units dubbed The City Residences; while over in the 60-story tower floors 3-25 will consist of 191 units dubbed The Residences and floors 26-60 will consist of 175 units dubbed The Grand Residences.
The two penthouse floors (10,700 square feet on the 59th floor and 9,500 square feet on the 60th) will likely be delivered as raw space (an approach of which we are fans). And residents across all Residences will have access to the extensive second floor Club Level (an “urban country club” which will include a fitness center run by Sports Club/LA, private wine lockers and tasting room, pool and outdoor terrace, and a private lounge and dining room served by the highly anticipated wine themed restaurant on the first floor that has yet to be announced).
There are a total of 340 parking spaces in the building (with leased offsite parking in the works for those who don’t get a space). The building is expected to be finished spring 2009. And the sales office opens next Thursday (11/08/2007).
And now here are a few things you (probably) don’t already know: the sales office will begin accepting ten percent (10%) deposits upon opening; early rumblings suggest prices could start at a little over $1,000 a square foot (which is less than we were expecting) and go as high as $2,200 for the penthouses (you can do the math on that one); and monthly HOAs are expected to range from $774 to $1,750 (which is surprisingly low compared to the Four Seasons or St. Regis).
Oh, and did we mention that interactive floor plans, interior renderings, unit features, and simulated views for most of the Residences are now live on the Millennium website?
Inside The City Residences:
Inside The Residences:
Inside The Grand Residences:
And yes, the interactive Flash floor plans are painfully slow to load the first time, but do have patience.
∙ Millennium Tower [millenniumtowersf.com]
∙ Millennium Tower: Sales Timeline, Additional Details And Renderings [SocketSite]
∙ Millennium Tower (301 Mission) Website: Alive And Kicking [SocketSite]