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Glazing Installed At One Thousand Museum; Building Will Top Off Taller Than Planned

Glazing Installed At One Thousand Museum; Building Will Top Off Taller Than Planned

Construction continues at One Thousand Museum, with the building on track to open in 2018.

The first windows were installed sometime last month.

Less than half of units remain available for sale, according to the sales team for the project.

A recent FAA filing application requested permission for a structure height of 721 feet above ground- about 20 feet taller than was approved in 2014. The extra height is for mechanical facilities on the roof and not for habitable space, according to the developer.

 

 

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Anonymous
Anonymous

This will be the nicest tower Downtown!

Anonymous
Anonymous

In all of Miami, probably.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Sure Zaha Hadid was queen….
By far, the most iconic building in Miami.
Architectonica, please take cues….even if you learn to copycat

Anonymous
Anonymous

I get Zaha vibes from Skyrise tbh

Anonymous
Anonymous

maybe most unique residential building in usa

Polo
Polo

Stunning tower!

Laz
Laz

Possibly the best looking building in the U.S., so unique & stunning!

Anonymous
Anonymous

What happened to the Heliport on the top floor ?

Anonymous
Anonymous

They haven’t gotten there yet

Anonymous
Anonymous

When’s the last time they sold a unit in the building? Do you think they will sell out before the building is finished ?

Anonymous
Anonymous

No. Even though this appeals to the international market (and not just South America), the overall luxury real estate market is soft. I’m not an agent or broker, but there will probably end up being amazing investment opportunities in this building, which is truly iconic–not just for Miami, but also for Zaha’s legacy.

Ilovearchytecture
Ilovearchytecture

Great building and great addition to our skyline but as a pediatretian I can’t pretend that sometimes I look at it and not think in suppositories