When residents of San Francisco’s Millennium Tower plunked down the cash (sometimes as much as $10 million) to live the 58-story building, they were probably expecting their new home to be packed with amenities and luxuries to make their lives as easy as possible. But the odds are, what they weren’t expecting was the need to question whether or not their new living arrangements were safe. But that is exactly what many residents are beginning to do after the tower has sunk 16 inches since its completion in 2009.






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