A full-floor apartment in Zaha Hadid’s One Thousand Museum, the late architect’s first residential tower in the Western Hemisphere, has been listed for $20.485 million, Mansion Global reported.
Located on the 53rd floor of the 62-story condominium building, the five-bedroom, seven-bathroom residence spans 10,000 square feet that includes a, 1,100-square-foot terrace overlooking Biscayne Bay.
One of seven full-floor apartments toward the top of the condominium building, the unit features a marble-clad master bathroom, a media room with a wet bar, and terraces connected to each bedroom.
Hadid designed the 83-unit high-rise shortly before she died in 2016.
A duplex penthouse on the 58th and 59th floors is the largest residence in the building is asking $50 million. It is one of the most expensive listings currently on the market in Miami.
One Thousand Museum is designed with 30,000-square-feet of amenities, which include multiple pools, gardens, event spaces, a health spa, a theater, and a private helipad on the roof.
Over half of the building units have sold since they went on sale at the end of 2013, with international buyers from Beirut, Lebanon, Dubai, and Venezuela.
One Thousand Museum is expected to be completed in 2018.
Images courtesy of One Thousand Museum by Zaha Hadid Architects