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One Thousand Museum Sells $30 Million Worth Of Units In December

One Thousand Museum Sells $30 Million Worth Of Units In December

December was strong for sales at One Thousand Museum..

The developer announced this week that they sold $30 million worth of condo units during the month.

Construction has also surpassed the halfway mark.

On December 22, the developer told The Real Deal that they had sold 45 of 83 units, or 54 percent. The sellout value is estimated to be $600 million.

Construction cost for the project is estimated to be $260 million, and the developer recently obtained a $225 million construction loan.

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Hoping this project’s as successful as it is beautiful. Need to prove to developers that Miami’s urban core can support special projects like this.

On the flip side, if it fails massively, maybe I could afford a unit there one day!

un-invasive species
un-invasive species

Cannot wait to see this building completed!

IloveMiami
IloveMiami

Went to Museum Park last weekend and took a really good look. Noticed that the concrete exoskeleton is flat. In the renderings it appears curvy, more three dimensional, and heftier. It appears to really encase the building. Other than a white coat, does anything else have to be added or attached to give the exoskeleton the not-so-flat look? By the way, parked the car at BCC garage. Walked around the mall and spent 7 hours around Brickell/downtown area. Paid $40 for BCC parking. Ouch!

Urbanist242
Urbanist242

They will probably add plaster to smooth it out.

Dev1
Dev1

Below floor 15 does not have the GFRC panels installed yet you are looking at the flat sub structure

IloveMiami
IloveMiami

Did not know war GFRC was. Looked it up. I get it. Thanks.

Yet Another Anonymous
Yet Another Anonymous

Sorry, but parking at a brand new urban development in a fairly large city center wouldn’t be expected to be cheap. And they started charging for parking the same time the Metromover station connection opened. Metromover is free BTW.