Buy this Full-Floor Apartment in Zaha Hadid’s One Thousand Museum!
You can own this full-floor apartment in Zaha Hadid’s One Thousand Museum for just $20 million! Considering the offer? Find out more about the place!
The newest listing for today is in One Thousand Museum, the Zaha Hadid-designed skyscraper in Downtown Miami.
This super cool place in One Thousand Museum was designed by Hadid shortly before she died in 2016.
The 10,000-square-feet apartment, which features five bedrooms, occupies the entire 53rd floor of the 62-story tower.
With five bathrooms, two powder rooms and a large 1,100-square-foot terrace overlooking Biscayne Bay, this full-floor apartment is everything you’ve been looking for.
Full of luxury amenities which include a media room with a wet bar, shared terraces off each of the four additional bedrooms, a staff area with laundry facilities and an open floor plan.
From the moment you enter throughout the door you notice a long marble-clad master bathroom which features separate his-and-hers sinks and toilets.
The famous designer plays with complex and bold design elements featuring half and full-floor residences ranging from 4,600 to over 16,000 square feet.
This unique building’s curved and futuristic exoskeleton eliminates the need for interior beams, which create an open space that allows each room to have a sunrise and sunset views.
The museum’s customized floor plans offer lavish amenities, such as private security detail, concierge, indoor and outdoor pool, wellness center, a bank-style vault, a helipad and a place like this couldn’t exist without a spa.
The apartment that was just listed is one of eight full-floor units near the top of the tower, with three full-floor units still unsold, including this latest listing and another on the 51st floor.
This full-floor apartment isn’t the largest in the building, no. There is a duplex penthouse on the 58th and 59th levels which is one of the most expensive penthouses in Miami, with a price tag of $50 million.
The entire building, the One Thousand Museum is expected to be completed in 2018, with only over half of the units sold to international buyers from Beirut, Lebanon, Dubai and Venezuela.