I rarely find new condominium developments something to take any notice of. They tend to be among the blandest and most inoffensive of urban structures as they have to appeal to a broad range of tastes (well-heeled tastes, of course). There is one new building in San Francisco that is actually quiet stunning, in a relatively low-key way. The Millennium Tower located South of Market has many surprises for the casual stroller. I love the way it looks like a completely different building depending on the viewing angle. It reflects light in some pretty amazing ways, as in this picture. It has a wonderful profile when viewed from the Bay Bridge and appears to have a diamond-like design on the roof when the sun hits it at just the right angle. Overall, much nicer than it had to be. For that I'm grateful.