At One Thousand Museum, forming work for a rooftop helipad at 709 feet above ground was taking place yesterday.
According to an Instagram post, it is the sixth highest helipad on a building in the U.S.
(video @steven_murph / instagram)
If the passenger drones like lilium, vahana, or ehang really do come to market in the next 10 years, having a helipad may be the biggest draw for a particular client.
Its almost like the electric car charging stations for these big buildings. Most don’t have but if you actually deliver this amenity, will it draw additional dollars or speed to your closings?
I’m surprised there are not more helipads on buildings
Is this safe?
Get to the chopper
Sucks for the neighbors.
If you watch the video, the Helipad is above every neighboring building. You must be fun at parties.
Noise travels in all directions. Helicopters are VERY loud.
I don’t think it’ll be that bad. Fort Lauderdale has a heliport atop it’s public parking garage, and is surrounded by residential towers, with more coming.
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