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Joe Montana Sues San Francisco Sinking High-Rise Developer

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – Former San Francisco 49er Joe Montana has filed a lawsuit against the developers of a luxury high-rise condominium tower that is sinking at an unexpected rate. San Jose television station KNTV reports ¬†Montana filed the last suit last week alleging Millennium Partners hid the building’s troubles when he and his wife bought a unit in 2013. The high-rise that opened its doors in 2009 has sunk about 16 inches into landfill and is tilting several inches to the northwest. Montana’s is the latest in a string of lawsuits against the tower that became a haven for the well-heeled. Tenants have included the late venture capitalist Tom Perkins and Giants outfielder Hunter Pence. The building has a sprawling indoor lap-pool, a health club and spa, an in-house cinema, and a restaurant and wine bar run by celebrity chef Michael Mina. Penthouses have sold for more than $13 million.