Renowned Residence: Nicky Jam Purchases $6 Million Condo At Miami’s One Thousand Museum  

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Reggaeton artist Nicky Jam has purchased a $6 million unit at the luxury condominium complex One Thousand Museum, downtown Miami’s most photographed high rise.

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Nick Rivera Caminero, more notably recognized as singer-songwriter and rapper Nicky Jam, is deemed as one of the pioneers of the reggaeton genre. He has collaborated with artists such as J Balvin and Daddy Yankee and in August, released his most recent album titled "Infinity." Earlier this year, the musician sold his Palm Island home for $3.1 million. Now, he is making news once again for another real estate deal.

Mere months after parting ways with Palm Island, Caminero has purchased a $6 million unit at One Thousand Museum. State records show the sale was executed through Green House Domestic Holdings Four LLC. Designed by the late Pritzker prize winning architect Zaha Hadid, the luxury condominium complex is reportedly the most photographed high rise in downtown Miami. In 2019, Caminero’s newfound unit was previously sold for $4.5 million. Other notable residents of the luxury tower include David and Victoria Beckham and hospitality entrepreneur David Grutman.

Located in downtown Miami, Caminero’s One Thousand Museum unit spans half the size of his floor at 4,600 square feet. The extravagant space features four bedrooms and five bathrooms. The interior highlights a minimalistic bathroom, Italian designed walk-in closets, and state of the art home automation and lighting designed by German light designer Uli Petzold, For a seamless indoor and outdoor flow, the space offers an oversized terrace overlooking the beautiful Biscayne Bay. Luxe amenities of One Thousand Museum include an aquatic center with indoor pool, sky lounge, private rooftop helipad, 24-hour security, and valet staff.

Tony Rodriguez-Tellaheche of Prestige Realty Group represented the buyer. Darin Feldman from Insignia International Properties represented the seller.

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