Tower’s $100M fix meant to stop building, its home values from sinking

Four years after the Millennium Tower grabbed international attention as the world’s most prominent sinking and leaning high-rise, the off-kilter condo tower is set to start a $100 million fix that residents hope will not only correct the engineering blunders of the past but restore values in the beleaguered building.

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Millennium Tower’s $100M fix meant to stop building from sinking

Four years after the Millennium Tower grabbed international attention as the world’s most prominent sinking and leaning high-rise, the off-kilter condo tower is set to start a $100 million fix that residents hope will not only correct the engineering blunders of the past but restore values in the beleaguered building.

Over the next few weeks, the scaffolding will be erected at 301 Mission St. The sidewalks will be barricaded off. Pile drivers will start drilling the first of 52 concrete, 140,000-pound piles that will anchor the building to bedrock 250 feet below ground. The two-year project will relieve stress on soils

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Millennium Tower’s $100M fix meant to stop building and home values from further sinking



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