Millennium Point is a 137-meter (449 ft), 38-story skyscraper completed during 2001 in Battery Park City of lower Manhattan in New York City (U.S.). It occupies the street addresses 25–39 Battery Place. The skyscraper was constructed from 1999 to 2001, during the change of the millennium. However, due to the September 11 attacks, which hit the nearby World Trade Center, Millennium Point opened in January 2002. It was the silver winner of the 2001 Emporis Skyscraper Award.
The tower section contains 113 luxury condominiums. The wider, lower 12 floors are occupied by a 5-star hotel, The Ritz-Carlton New York, Battery Park. The hotel has 298 rooms, including 44 suites, with the largest suite spanning 200 square metres (2,150 sq ft) in area. New York's Skyscraper Museum occupies a small space on the first floor of the building. A restaurant, which does not have a name, is located on the 14th floor.