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Fifteenth Floor Poured At One Thousand Museum; Construction To Accelerate

Fifteenth Floor Poured At One Thousand Museum; Construction To Accelerate

Earlier this month, crews poured the fifteenth floor at One Thousand Museum – the final level of townhouse residences.

Work is now underway on the typical floors that make up the remainder of the tower – meaning an accelerated pace of construction. Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete will be used to form the columns above the 15th floor.

Developer Gregg Covin tells TNM that there has been a lot of activity at the project lately, along with some “great sales”.

Top off is forecast for summer of 2017.

 

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Polo
Polo

Masterpiece in the making.

IloveMiami
IloveMiami

Yes!

Anonymous
Anonymous

absolutely and without a doubt the most spectacular structure in miami and maybe all of florida

Anonymous
Anonymous

Have you seen the proposed World Trade Center of the Americas? That tops all IMO.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Thought it was a stand alone building with no pedestal from the renders I’ve seen. At least it looks more integrated into the pedestal than other buildings I’ve seen in Miami

Anonymous
Anonymous

47 more floors to build in 1year! That’s about 1 floor/week!
It took 1 year to build 15 floors.
I hope they can do it. Great things are worth waiting for!

Tomas Possenti
Tomas Possenti

This building is structurally impressive. Incredible feat of engineering! Hats off to Gregg Covin for having exemplary vision. Hard costs must be through the roof.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The buildings around it look mediocre. More glass and less stucco is needed. Tired of seeing concrete and white stucco.

Anonymous
Anonymous

This skyscraper looks like the modern skyscrapers they are building in Chicago. Very similar design. We need more glass and less stucco though. I mean, Miami’s CBD could be a lot better with more glass exterior.

Anonymous
Anonymous

what modern skyscrapers are they building in chicago that even half resemble this?