301 Mission St #12A San Francisco
Off-Market: $2,150,000
Contemporary Chic | Luxury Living

Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Parking: 1
Square Feet: 1,497

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The Millennium Tower

A city icon located at the epicenter of San Francisco's blossoming downtown district, Millennium Tower is a world class building, designed to the highest standards of luxury and lifestyle amenities. Soaring over 600-feet into the sky, Millennium Tower is a 60-story residential tower with ground floor retail and a public glass atrium. The building’s exterior is designed to create the impression of a translucent crystal, with materials that incorporate a variety of glass and metal fins creating a sense of lightness and transparency. The tower's slender proportions, chamfered corners, and faceted planes combine with clean lines to reinforce the crystalline character. Millennium Tower includes 419 condominium units, 21,500 square feet of amenity space, 8,000 square feet of retail space, and a five-level underground parking garage for 340 cars.

Built in 2009 by Millennium Partners at a cost of more than $350mn, this premier luxury residenital high-rise building features standards of sophistication that the City has never seen before. Designed by world famous Handel Architects and lauded as the most luxurious building on the city's skyline, the Grand Residences, City Residences and The Residences offers its homeowners with luxurious specifications, appointments and amenities seen only in the world's most exquisite first-class urban residences.

Architectural & Design Awards

Building San Francisco Award | San Francisco Chamber of Commerce

Design Award | Society of American Registered Architects National

Best Market-rate Residential Project | San Francisco Business Journal

Award of Merit | California Construction

Top 10 Skyscrapers of the Year | Emporis.com

Structural Engineering Project of the Year | American Society of Civil Engineers, Region 9

Award of Merit | Concrete Industry Board

Outstanding Structural Engineering Project | San Francisco Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers


The Residence

A beautifully appointed 12th floor corner residence, this highly coveted 'A' floor plan configures this luxury downtown home for optimal living and entertaining. That means the space has been designed with the living and dining areas located at corner of the unit with panoramic floor to ceiling windows that embrace views stretching out from Downtown to Twin Peaks. Flanking the entertainment spaces are two very private and spacious bedrooms and bathrooms, each designed with an eye to opulence and sophistication. With 1,479 square feet of luxury, this special home offers the urban dweller with a lifestyle reserved for the discerning buyer. 


Designed with the same attention to guest comforts and services as a 5-star hotel, living at The Millennium feels like a permanent 5-star luxury vacation. With 24/7 security doormen and lobby ambassadors, residents arrive under a porte cochère where their cars are valet parked, allowing residents and their guests to conveniently stroll into one of three private residential lobbies where high-speed elevators whisk them up to their residences. 

Access to one the largest lifestyle amenities in a luxury high-rise residential building in San Francisco, residents comfortably enjoy their 21,500 square foot Club Level that offers world-class amenities:

  • Concierge
  • Club Lounge
  • Wine Room
  • Swimming pool & Spa
  • Fitness Center
  • Yoga Room
  • Massage Room
  • Pilates Room
  • Sun Decks
  • Private Screening Theater
  • Private Dining Room
  • Room Service


Room-Service Dining

Inspired by Ayesha Curry and Michael Mina's own individual heritage and travels, the recently opened "International Smoke" explores their collective vision on how different cultures use fire, grilling, and smoke to create flavorful dishes that bring communities together all around the world. By incorporating authentic cooking traditions with spices and quality products, International Smoke features elevated dishes that take people on a journey to distant places.

“My diversity is reflected in the way that I cook. Grilling is the perfect way to experiment and taste different flavors, cuts of meat, and styles of cooking. They all have one thing in common: that delicious taste is reminiscent of an outdoor family gathering! It just doesn’t get any better.” ~ AYESHA CURRY

International Smoke will deliver to residents at Millennium Tower, either to the Private Dining room on the Club Level, or directly to the owner's residence.

Review on EaterSF


Valet Parking

Millennium Tower offers it's residents secure on-site valet parking with additional parking for guests.



Specification and Finishes

Unit 12A comprises A-Line Specifications (Floors 3-25):

  • Entry Door & Frame:
    • Amber Bamboo
  • Entry Door Hardware:
    • Satin Chrome
  • Entry Threshold:
    • Absolute Black Granite
  • Wood Floor:
    • Natrual Beech, 7/8" thick
  • Window Seat:
    • Mocha Crème Limestone
  • Kitchen Counter Top:
    • Brown Quartzite - Polished
  • Mobile Island Counter Top:
    • Brown Quartzite - Polished
  • Kitchen Cabinets:
    • Rift-sawn White Oak by Studio Becker
  • Backsplash:
    • Bianco Crystal Porcelian - full height
  • Appliances:
    • Refrigerator - Sub-Zero, 36" wide with Rift-sawn White Oak Panel
    • CookTop - Bosch, 30" four burner, in Stainless Steel
    • Hood - GE Profile
    • Oven - Bosch, 30" in Stainless Steel
    • Microwave - GE Profile in Stainless Steel
    • Dishwasher - Bosch wiht Rift-sawn White Oak Panel
    • Sink - Elkay Lustertone, Stain Chrome
    • Faucet - Grohe Ladylux Café, Polished Chrome
    • Washer/Dryer - Whirlpool
  • Master Bathroom:
    • Floor - Mocha Crème Limesone - Honed
    • Shower Wall - Mocha Crème Limesone - Honed
    • Tub Wainscot - Mocha Crème Limesone - Honed
    • Counter Top - Emperador Dark Marble - Polished
    • Cabinet - Walnut by Studio Becker
    • Lavatory - Starck 3 by Duravit
    • Fittings - Grohe Atrio
    • Bath Tub - Kaldewei Dyna Duo
    • Shower - Frameless, full height glass enclosure
    • Shower Fittings - Grohe Atrio
  • Guest Bathrom:
    • Floor - Azul Velverdere Limestone - Honed
    • Shower/Tub Walls - White Porcelian Tiles
    • Countertop - Azul Velverdere Limestone - Honed
    • Cabinet - Light Cherry by Studio Becker
    • Lavatory - Architee by Duravit
    • Fittings - Grohe Atrio
    • WC - Starck 3 by Duravit
    • Bath Tub - Mendota by Kohler


NB: Information Sourced from Seller's Original Purchase Contract.






Inside Perspective:  FInancial District

Adjacent to world-class museums, hotels, restaurants, the Financial District, AT&T Park, the Embarcadero and the Ferry Building, Downtown San Francisco has it all. With a Walk Score of 95, a Transit Score of 100 and a Bike Score of 85, 301 Mission Street is at the hub of it all.

And at the hub of San Francisco is the Financial District. And as they say, money changes everything. That was certainly true of the California Gold Rush, which shaped California and, particularly, the city of San Francisco. The Gold Rush made San Francisco the major banking and financial center of the West. Although other West Coast cities have become financial players (think Seattle and Los Angeles), San Francisco’s Financial District “still got game.” Its proximity to Silicon Valley and its long-established ties to companies in Pacific Rim countries help to keep San Francisco a national financial leader. The Financial District is generally defined as the area that stretches from The Embarcadero west to Chinatown and north to North Beach. While Market Street is an oft-named “border” to the south (the 12th District office of the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank is located at 101 Market Street, for example), some newer companies, such as Adobe, have offices “south of the slot” (Market Street’s old-time moniker). By-and-large, though, exploring the Financial District means walking up Montgomery Street (dubbed the “Wall Street of the West”) and strolling amid the towering high-rises and the few preserved older buildings where the business of the day is business.

If shopping is your game Embarcadero Center in San Francisco’s Financial District is worth noting. The Embarcadero Center consists of five office towers that were built between 1968 and 1983. The center provides office space for many businesses as well as over 120 shops and restaurants and the Hyatt Regency San Francisco. The Hyatt Regency Hotel and the Park Hyatt San Francisco are good places to stay in San Francisco’s Financial District. For eight or nine weeks starting in early November, the Embarcadero Center installs and operates an outdoor ice rink for winter wonderland-type fun, California-style.

Restaurants earning Michelin stars -- Boulevard, Fifth Floor, and Michael Mina — are all within walking distance. Local favorites include Blue Bottle Coffee in the Ferry Building, the French bistro Cafe Claude, and the lushly romantic Le Colonial for exotic cocktails. The newly opened "International Smoke" has been earning it's stripes, while old favorites like Slanted Door, Epic and Waterhouse and just a few minutes walk away.

Parts of the neighborhood have undergone massive revitalization. Museums attract a vibrant crowd of visitors, and the San Francisco Museum at the Mint, an enormous testament to 19th century San Francisco as a center of wealth in the new world, is now a busy cultural center hosting dance and music performances. For those who crave open space, the Embarcadero, with its bayfront vistas, is just a few blocks away - perfect for a Sunday stroll, bikeride or roller-blading excursion.


Transbay Transit Center

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The Transbay Transit Center Project is a visionary transportation and housing project that transforms downtown San Francisco and the San Francisco Bay Area’s regional transportation system by creating a “Grand Central Station of the West” in the heart of a new transit-friendly neighborhood. The approximately $6 billion project will replace the former Transbay Terminal at First and Mission Streets in San Francisco with a modern regional transit hub connecting eight Bay Area counties and the State of California through 11 transit systems: AC Transit, BART, Caltrain, Golden Gate Transit, Greyhound, Muni, SamTrans, WestCAT Lynx, Amtrak, Paratransit and future High Speed Rail from San Francisco to Los Angeles/Anaheim.

The project consists of three interconnected elements:

  1. Replacing the former Transbay Terminal at First and Mission streets
  2. Extending Caltrain and California High-Speed Rail underground from Caltrain’s current terminus at 4th and King Streets into the new downtown Transit Center
  3. Creating a new neighborhood with homes, offices, parks, and shops surrounding the new Transit Center

The first phase of the project will create a new five-story Transit Center with one above-grade bus level, ground-floor, concourse, and two below-grade rail levels serving Caltrain and future California High-Speed Rail. Phase I will also create new bus ramp that will connect the Transit Center to a new off-site bus storage facility and the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.

Designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects (PCPA), the new Transit Center will feature a 5.4 acre park on the roof of the bus and rail station. A complementary transit tower designed by PCPA and developed by Hines will be built adjacent to the Transit Center and will provide additional financing for the project.

Passenger service for all the transit systems using the Transit Center will continue uninterrupted while construction of the new facility continues. The project broke ground on the Transbay Temporary Terminal facility in December 2008. Operations at the Temporary Terminal began in August 2010 and the temporary facility now serves transit riders while the new Transit Center is being constructed.

The former bus ramps servicing the Transbay Terminal were designed to accommodate the rail systems that used the Terminal in the 1940s and 1950s. A new elevated bus ramp that will enter the Transit Center from the west will eliminate the need for the seismically deficient east bus loop while maintaining direct bus connections to and from the Transbay Transit Center and the Bay Bridge. The new reduced bus ramp system will also open up parcels of land for development opportunities that will help finance the transportation facilities.

Once constructed, the new Transit Center will accommodate more than 100,000 passengers each weekday and up to 45 million people per year and make public transportation a convenient and accessible option for everyone who lives, works and visits the San Francisco Bay Area.

The Transbay Transit Center is slated to re-open in Summer 2019 after completion of structural retro-fits.




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Please submit on 7-page SFAR Purchase Contract with proof of all-cash funds. 
Sellers reserve the right to accept or reject any offer.


Escrow Opened with:
Paula Siegel
Fidelity National Title Company
2241 Market Street
San Francisco, CA 94114

Direct:   415 . 874 . 4427
Office:   415 . 874 . 4440
E-fax:    415 . 704 . 3393
Email:   psiegel@fnf.com


Floor Plans

Property Floor Plan 1