Miami’s skyline has no shortage of luxury residential buildings and hotels. From a modern development that offers its residents access to a private island to an elegant luxury condominium that Giorgio Armani designed the interiors of, the Magic City certainly serves as the epicenter of high-end living in the country. And it just added one more development that has already become the talk of the town not only because of its unrivaled luxury amenities but also because of its eye-catching facade.
Designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, One Thousand Museum is a 62-story tower located Downtown Miami’s Biscayne Boulevard that stands out with its striking (and incredibly difficult to build) “exoskeleton” design.
The development has only 84 units with four to six bedrooms each, which means that certain residences span half a floor (about 4,600 square feet) or an entire floor (about 10,300 square feet). All residences are accessed from the lobby via smart, high-speed elevators. Oversized balconies and custom finishes by some of the finest European brands ensure the comfort of every home. And if you need something move-in ready, there are a number of turnkey residences fully furnished by Artefacto, B&B Italia, Roche Bobois, Meridiani, and Luxury Living Group.
And while the magnificent views over Miami and the Atlantic Ocean and the floor-to-ceiling windows are certainly a selling point, what has made One Thousand Museum so popular on the real estate market and attracted celebrities like David Beckham are the outstanding amenities that include 30,000 square feet of recreation areas for swimming, socializing, and working out.
Among other highlights are a private roof-top helipad, an on-site bank vault, a two-story Aquatic center with an indoor pool, a movie theater, and a Sky Lounge, perfect for hosting parties.
Half-floor residences are priced from $4.95 million to $6.25 million, and a fully furnished full-floor residence comes with an $18.8 million price tag.