One Thousand Museum Celebrates A $40 Million Fourth Quarter

$40 million worth of condos were sold at One Thousand Museum in the Fourth Quarter of 2015, according to the developers.

Buyers continue to be willing to pay a premium for units at the Zaha Hadid-designed building. Prices are exceeding $1,700 per square foot, the highest in downtown Miami.

Crews have poured the first seven floors of the 60-story building. A helicopter pad will be located on the roof, pending FAA approval.

 

(bottom photo: phillip pessar)

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suomynona
5 years ago

This building is going to be such a great addition to the Miami skyline. One of the best the city has to offer.

Anonymous
5 years ago

kudos to the developer for sticking to the plans and building the most astounding building in the southeast u.s………absolutely beautiful….and the fact that buyers are choosing this price point is a turning point for Miami real estate…

Anonymous
5 years ago

I’m really surprised and impressed, considering that the two neighboring buildings are selling at $500 a square foot.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Yep. Do you think prices in a few years will jump since Zaha Hadids building is next door?

Anonymous
5 years ago

I think 900 Biscayne is the best building in the area in terms of quality-price-views.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Wow. At $1700. Per Sq. Ft. that almost doubles Echo Brickell prices. That is impressive.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Those fancy columns we read about from Dubai — are they just a facade over the concrete? Looks like the columns are massive and poured concrete.

Anonymous
5 years ago

The “fancy” columns are left-in-place GFRC forms from Dubai that will be filled with concrete. They will start to be used at level 15 and above. Everything below that is cast-in-place concrete that will be clad with GFRC panels.

marc
5 years ago

Thanks for the info.

Ricky
5 years ago

Hope we get more buildings/towers with this similar design style in down town.

Anonymous
5 years ago

PMG will build top buildings on Biscayne.

caspar mctaggart
5 years ago

As a long-time Zaha enthusiast, I was excited to hear she’d been awarded this commission. But I couldn’t imagine a Zaha Hadid skyscraper. Her body of work is inherently horizontal and asymmetrical. Frank Gehry had a famously difficult time resolving his aesthetic to a high-rise, but ultimately triumphed with New York by Gehry. 1000 Museum is spectacular and it does bring something new to the high-rise condominium form (the cutaway corners are revolutionary). But is it beautiful? Am i alone in finding it awkward?

I want to love this building, but when i see it in elevation, all i can think of is a decapitated pigeon.