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Lawsuit Resolved, Developers Can Close On One Thousand Museum Site

Marc Roberts has settled his dispute with the owner of a BP gas station where the Zaha Hadid-designed One Thousand Museum is planned.

The lawsuit was prompted by a letter sent from Roberts warning that his 2007 contract to buy the property remained valid and that One Thousand Museum developers are closing on the land ‘at their own risk’. Court records show that the two sides are now asking a judge to have the suit dismissed.

1000 Biscayne Tower, LLC can now proceed to close on the station. Terms of the contract call for closing to take place before September 10 at a price between $27 million and $60 million.

 

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SQ
SQ

Great rendering–they just left out the surrounding 40-60 story high rise buildings, the million cars, two major highways, an arena the 1000 homeless folks living on the adjacent streets and a couple square miles of urban squalor behind the building——other than that -it should look just like this.

Schelnker
Schelnker

Hence the term “rendering”

marc
marc

Right, because people think they may be living in the middle of nowhere.

Seth
Seth

According to this rendering, 1000 Museum’s Walk Score would be a -4.

Leon
Leon

So good you won’t even see other buildings…

R R
R R

The sky lounge pool is going to be amazing.

Peter
Peter

Miami magazine has a rendering with its neighbors present.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Anyone else see an outline of a giant cockroach climbing up the building?

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