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Thu Jul 30, 2020, 06:43 AM

After sinking 18 inches, SF's Millennium Tower finally has a fix [View all]

San Francisco's beleaguered Millennium Tower is still sinking, but a fix is finally on the way.

The last inspection of the lopsided tower revealed the northwest corner descended at least 18 inches into the bay fill at Mission and Fremont streets, but a $100 million fix for the 645-foot-tall residential building will likely begin in the fall after years of planning, permits and numerous lawsuits.

The blue-gray glassy modernist tower, completed in 2009 at 301 Mission Street, is the tallest residential building in the city and won numerous engineering awards upon its construction.

Then, things started to go wrong.

The 58-story luxury high-rise was revealed to be ... tilting.

Read more: https://www.sfgate.com/news/editorspicks/article/SF-s-sinking-Millenium-Tower-to-finally-get-fixed-15439863.php

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CaliforniaPeggy Jul 2020 #1