A one-bedroom penthouse at the Millennium Tower has officially just become the city's most expensive one-bedroom currently for sale by listing for $2.5 million. Although it's no match for the one-bed at Nob Hill's Clay-Jones building that went on the market for $4.495 million last year (but never found a buyer), or another one-bed at the Millennium that sold for $2.688 million back in June, this penthouse is still asking a pretty pricey penny. It offers 1,633 square feet of space, floor-to-ceiling windows that will one day look out over the Transbay Terminal's rooftop park—if it gets built—and all the bonuses that come with living in the amenity-rich Millennium. We're talking a Sports Club LA-managed fitness center, a lap pool, and a private screening room. The penthouse last sold for a measly $1.4 million back in 2012.
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