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One Thousand Museum About To Surpass Ten Museum Park

One Thousand Museum is close to overtaking neighboring Ten Museum Park in height.

According to developer Gregg Covin, One Thousand Museum stands at 539 feet above ground as of this morning. Decking is now at level 50, which will place the tower at the 550-foot mark – roughly the same level as Ten Museum Park, Covin Said.

Louis Birdman, Kevin Venger & Regalia Group are also co-developers of the project along with Covin.

At 539 feet, the structure has reached 76 percent of its final planned height.  It is approved by the FAA to be built up to 706 feet above ground, or 709 feet above sea level.

Ten Museum Park is a 50-story building. It was developed by Covin in 2007.

 

(photo: odp architects)

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Mando
Mando

Love both of them.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Ten museum is an awesome building. Love 1000 museum too

Anonymous
Anonymous

Dang, those buildings got booty

Anonymous
Anonymous

Magnificent

Anonymous
Anonymous

Beautiful building just wish it was 1000 feet lol

Anonymous
Anonymous

Me too

Billboards deface the views
Billboards deface the views

Billboards! Gregg Covin and Birdman have two billboards on Ten Museum. Tacky. Every pic of One Thousand Museum shows ads for vodka or trips to Haiti.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The pedestals ruin all of these buildings. They look incredibly foolish.

Anonymous
Anonymous

That’s because they are. And treating Second Ave as an alley is a waste.

Fredric
Fredric

All the zeal about public transportation that one finds here is laudable and more than understandable. However, cars are still an incredibly integral part of the transportation picture in ALL of the world’s great cities, to say nothing of US cities. When one goes to New York City, which has every imaginable kind of public transportation in huge measure, the streets are still jammed with cars and trucks. Try driving in Manhattan or Brooklyn sometime. It makes Miami’s traffic seem like tumbleweed town. So yes, Miami’s luxury condo towers are going to have pedestals for the parking garages, like it or not.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The difference is .. you don’t need a car *everyday* to do simple mundane tasks… such as commuting, which you do in Miami.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Okay genius, where do you suggest people park?

Anonymous
Anonymous

That mentality is precisely why Miami will never be a real city. Forget the cars.

Anonymous
Anonymous

“That mentality is precisely why Miami will never be a real city. Forget the cars.”

You didn’t answer the question. People who are going to live in this building still have relatives and friends coming to visit them.

Again, where do you suggest people park their cars?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Take the Metro from the airport – don’t rent a car.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Maybe in your mind your simplistic one answer fits all but this is the real world.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Dude. Pay Attention. Ridesharing isn’t going anywhere. Car ownership will continue to decline. There is no need for so much vehicle storage at the base of all these buildings.

Second to that, eliminate minimums and let the market decide.

MIAMI
MIAMI

PLEASE give me an example of another “REAL” city in the U.S. where cars are no longer relevant.

Anonymous
Anonymous

People will not give up their cars here. It just won’t happen even will all of the public transportation.

Anonymous
Anonymous

“All of the public transportation”? Not sure if serious

Caspar McTaggart
Caspar McTaggart

I’m a fan of all things Zaha, but even I’ll submit that she wasn’t at her best when doing high-rises. She didn’t do well with symmetry, and towers tend to be symmetrical by necessity. I look at 1000 Museum and all I see is the front view of a decapitated pigeon.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Look how vibrant NE 2nd Avenue is in that picture!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yeah…and isn’t it amazing how packed with people these parks are every time you see an aerial photo?

Anonymous
Anonymous

No one goes to that park because they (purposely? )forgot the shade.

Anonymous
Anonymous

To be fair in this shot it is clearly overcast, not ideal park weather. And Margaret pace is always packed, not sure about others in the area.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Overcast sky is the most IDEAL weather to go meandering around in a park in hot and humid Miami.

Anonymous
Anonymous

huh?

Anonymous
Anonymous

1000 Museum is going to be a very ugly building

Anonymous
Anonymous

My guess is you designed one of the prettiest then?

Anonymous
Anonymous

It’s “OK”, probably not worth the hype.

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