How low will it go? Millennium Tower’s troubles haven’t peaked

Revelations that the Millennium Tower in downtown San Francisco has sunk 16 inches and is tilting are just the opening act in a mega-million-dollar “who knew what and when” drama that portends even more troubles ahead for the high-end high-rise.  A geotechnical engineer hired by the 58-story condo tower’s homeowners association — and paid for by the developer — warned residents in May that the building is still sinking at a rate of about an inch a year and shows no signs of slowing down, according to those in attendance.   Read the article…………..


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