The Millennium Tower is one of the most expensive buildings in San Francisco, a place where one-bedrooms are known to list for well over $2 million and HOA dues are as expensive as a San Francisco studio apartment. Thus the $3.075 million price tag for unit 32E, a two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo that is part of the complex's upper-floor Grand Residences, is par for the course. The unit has sweeping views of the bay from floor-to-ceiling windows and is used as a second residence by its current owner.
The condo's current furniture feels heavy and cluttered for the space, but it's easy to imagine it taking on a more streamlined look with a new owner that would show off the views. There are 1,714 square feet, meaning that the asking price is $1,794 per square. HOA dues amount to $1,769 per month and come with one parking spot, as well as access to the Millennium's bountiful amenities that include a lap pool and a private screening room.
· OMG: One-BR Penthouse at the Millennium Lists for $2.5M [Curbed SF]
· Mapping 10 Buildings with HOA Fees Higher Than Your Rent [Curbed SF]
· 301 Mission Street Unit 32E [Redfin]