One Thousand Museum is a residential high-rise like nothing else in the world. Designed by the world-famous, Pritzker Prize-winning architect Zaha Hadid, it will be her first skyscraper in the Western Hemisphere, incorporating features and designs that are right out of the future.
Located near the heart of Downtown Miami on 1000 Biscayne Blvd, this audacious project reflects the pinnacle of human ingenuity. Among its many distinctive features will be a sleek exoskeleton support structure that not only gives the building a striking ultramodern look, but will eliminate the need for interior columns, thus maximizing space like no other condo on the market.
Rising to an unprecedented 61 stories, One Thousand Museum will be the tallest residential structure in South Florida, offering its privileged occupants incredible views of Biscayne Bay, Miami Beach, and the surrounding cityscape. The building will be topped with an ultra-exclusive amenity zone loaded with five-star amenities that include several swimming pools, rooftop event spaces, cigar lounge, relaxation lounge, sun deck, billiards room, cardio room, screening room, and still more. The rooftop will also include the first helipad on a residential building in South Florida.
Despites it immense size, One Thousand Museum will offer only 83 residences, making it one of the most exclusive residential destinations in the city. The small number of units allows for massive floor plans, including half-floor units of about 5,400 square feet; full-floor units at 11,000 square feet; or double-level half-floor townhome units with 8,600 square feet. Even the smallest units rival mansions in size and grandeur. The unique exoskeleton design minimizes the need for interior columns, meaning you’ll enjoy even more spacious and flexible floor plans.
Even within these categories you’ll find numerous layouts to choose, some of which will allow you to enjoy breathtaking bayfront views from your master bedroom. Interiors will feature some of the most visionary designs by some of the word’s most acclaimed designers. Aside from finishes and appointments of the highest order, residents can enjoy luxury-brand installments and fixtures, spacious balconies, double-height ceilings media rooms, custom-build kitchens, store-sized closets, lofts, libraries, and big service rooms; townhouses will include family areas and private elevators.