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Here’s How Much a Condo in the Sinking Millennium Tower Will Cost You Right Now

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Some condos sitting inside San Francisco's sinking Millennium Tower remain on the market, but the pricing estimates for those million dollar dwellings are hundreds of thousands less than previously listed amounts.[[394137811, C]]

According to Redfin, a real estate brokerage, the asking prices for at least three units currently available for purchase as of Tuesday have dropped while the city and the tower's overseers sort out the saga surrounding the sinking 58-story establishment.[[393487791, C]]

To be fair, the prices of those high-end pads are only down by roughly one percent and similarly priced properties in the surrounding neighborhood are also experiencing a decline in prices, according to Redfin.[[390248251, C]]

Whether or not the state of the sinking tower is playing a role in the pricing downturn remains to be seen.

In case you were contemplating your options, here is the list of current on-the-market condominiums available now:

Redfin

301 Mission Street #405

Currently listing: $2,195,000

Redfin estimate: $2,080,128

Price drop: $114,872

Percent difference: 1.06

Redfin

301 Mission Street #502

Currently listing: $3,600,000

Redfin estimate: $3,225,191

Price drop: $374,809

Percent difference: 1.12

Redfin

301 Mission Street #34E

Currently listing: $2,595,000

Redfin estimate: $2,441,772

Price drop: $153,228

Percent difference: 1.06

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