One Thousand Museum, Among World’s Most Challenging Architectural Projects, Now Complete After 55 Months

More than four and a half years after groundbreaking, Downtown Miami’s One Thousand Museum has reached completion.

A temporary certificate of occupancy has been issued and closings will commence immediately, developers Louis Birdman, Gilberto Bomeny, Gregg Covin and Kevin Venger announced.

The 62-story tower features an exoskeleton design that was recognized as one of the world’s most challenging architectural projects in a documentary.

A private roof-top helipad is on the roof of the tower, and is among the highest helipads anywhere in the U.S.

One Thousand Museum is also the first residential project to partner with Forbes Travel Guide to set service standards for the building and train all staff in accordance with their Five-Star ratings system.

 

(photo: social media)

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peej

Well-worth the wait—such a great addition to our skyline!

Anonymous

Too slow !!! Very underwhelming.
The concrete in the facade is already stained…

Anonymous

I wish Flatiron Brickell had this parking podium facade, the actual one looks horrible.

Anonymous

LOVE

Anonymous

Only the Okan and Aston Martin towers could top this building.

Downtowner

No, they won’t…Zaha Hadid is a different animal

Anonymous

Yes but Hadid aside, the aforementioned towers are already world class architecture when everything else is Arquitectonica and Kobi Krap.

Anonymous

You mean ArchiWrecktonica? or Architrashtonica?

Anonymous

Hopefully one day they will finally hire you….And then you wont be so bitter anymore.

Anonymous

What’s so difficult about building an upside down squid?

Anonymous

❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Anonymous

Beautiful facade

Anonymous

Now leave that water slip alone so that people that buy into this building and Paramount can park their bots there. Let’s spend that money for something more useful.

Anonymous

What, are you kidding?.. they have to fill in that slip to make more unused park space!

Anonymous

The filling of that water slip is the dumbest thing they proposed so far. What’s even the purpose of that?!? Why spend the money there when it could be used elsewhere useful. Plus you are right, that slip is a great amenity for the surround buildings for people with boats and it adds to the beauty of that area. I just hope they don’t wanna fill it to then build on it…

Anonymous

If you walk it it will make more sense…
#1. The slip isnt beautiful. It is a collector for trash and a very stinky and stagnant cocktail of decaying seaweed and fish.
#2. If you were walking along the bayfront from Bayside to Museum Park, then this slip is a 100yr detour to the West, then a 25yrd right, then you’d take another right to back to the bayfront almost where you started. People dont do it.
#3. The +/- 225 yrds of “slip front” is expensive to maintain. Fill it you only have to maintain 25 yrds (almost 10% of the cost).
#4. No reason the boats can’t dock on the bay.

It is definitely NOT the DUMBEST proposal I’ve seen.

Anonymous

That’s Carollo ‘s secret plan.

Anonymous

They should build a huge parking garage after they fill in the slip. 😉

Anonymous

Fill in the slip and put a Chase Bank, CVS and nail salon there. Much needed. Oh and a Ceviche restaurant… we really need that

Anonymous

you forgot another joe & the juice!! Lol

Anonymous

You forgot the ubiquitous storage bldg

Anonymous

I was just thinking that lol.

Polo

A unique, stunning piece of architecture!

Anonymous

Stunning!!!!

Valerie A.

Miami should be proud of 1000 Museum. It is a piece of art. I have traveled from NC several times to photograph it. I consider Miami to be the most beautiful city in the USA. Be proud!

Anonymous

Um, why haven’t I heard from you “parking podium bashers” yet?

Dev1

Coolest parking podium ever!

Anonymous

Miami finally got one that looks like a quality, integrated solution

Anonymous

We should all be so proud of this building and a few others like Okan, Aston Martin and even Paramount.

Anonymous

Of course Miami needs to talk about flash rather than discussing the building’s provocative architectural merit and design quality. Niceee article that says nothing. Beautiful building regardless….