San Francisco’s leaning, sinking Millennium Tower has a new problem after a window cracked on the 36th floor.
“This is a window system that’s designed to sustain hurricane force winds so this is obviously of serious concern,” said San Francisco Supervisor Aaron Peskin.
The city’s Department of Building Inspection shared photos of the crack with ABC7 News.
Attorney for Millennium Tower Homeowner’s Association says seismic expert/structural engineer on site says crack is not related to building sinking or tilting. They won’t know the cause until window replaced within a week & side of building opened up to further investigate. pic.twitter.com/fVqtbsqqPp
— Melanie Woodrow (@MelanieWoodrow) September 5, 2018