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First post-sinkage Millennium Tower condo sells

Break out the champagne (and tilt the bottle) Of course, few people assumed that the Millennium Tower would go the rest of its functional life as a building without ever selling another home. (Although you could probably have gotten some outside betting odds for it.) It was only a question of how long it would take and how much it would be for? Now we know: Unit #18F changed hands on September 8, five full weeks after the city (and entire world) learned about the tower’s sinking prospects.
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