One Thousand Museum Presents One Of Its Only Remaining Residences

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This duplex spans the 10th  and 11th floors and is one of the only turn-key residences in the building, and one of four developer residences remaining. Encased in floor-to-ceiling windows, the condo offers a panoramic view of the city which envelops residents as soon as they arrive home. The condo is outfitted with furniture from B&B Italia, one of the top furniture manufacturers in the world, whose pieces were designed by Patricia Aquila.

Aquila was personally chosen by Zaha Hadid to furnish the common areas throughout the building, giving this home a unique bond that no other unit shares. Inside the home, the common areas are reflective of the local art scene in Miami, with splashes of bold, primary colors, and custom touches in collaboration with Manolis projects.

One Thousand Museum is a 62-story tower designed by Zaha Hadid Architects and developed by Louis Birdman, Gilberto Bomeny, Gregg Covin, Todd Glaser, and Kevin Venger. The building's striking exoskeleton design is an identifier for Downtown Miami and the city’s cultural nucleus. Its revolutionary design is recognized as one of the world’s most challenging architectural projects to date and the complex construction was helmed by Plaza Construction.

One Thousand Museum’s prestige is further amplified by unrivaled amenities, including a private roof-top helipad, indoor-outdoor 1KM wellness center with gym, yoga facilities, relaxation pods, and private rooms for spa services; a Sky Lounge for dining and events; an on-premises bank vault; access to a house car service; multimedia theater and more.

Address: 1000 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132

Price: $12.9M

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