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Video: Sky Lounge At One Thousand Museum, Just Below Tallest Helipad Outside L.A.

Video: Sky Lounge At One Thousand Museum, Just Below Tallest Helipad Outside L.A.

A Sky Lounge and helipad are under construction at Zaha Hadid’s One Thousand Museum tower.

The helipad was poured last month will be the tallest in the U.S. outside of Los Angeles (there are eight taller helipads in L.A., where a fire code required a rooftop helipad on every building), and the 68th tallest in the world.  Helicopters as large as a Sikorsky S-92 will be able to land.

The top of the tower includes a Sky Lounge, along with an Aquatic Center and Fitness Center. Video of the sky lounge is below.

Also last month, the developer announced the sale of two half-floor units valued at over $13 million.

 

(video: harveydrealestate/instagram)

 

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Anonymous
Anonymous

now I just have to find a single Lady who lives there…

Anonymous
Anonymous

Fantastic……period

Anonymous
Anonymous

Luxury.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Futurism !!!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

great Zaha legacy!

Polo
Polo

As of now, the must stunning tower in Miami. Wish the Sky Lounge was open to the public.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Will this Sky Lounge be open to the public or will it be for residents only, or will it be like “One River” where only members can go?

Anonymous
Anonymous

hahaha what a stupid questions. Im sorry. Buyers in 1000 museum paid more than 5M for own a condo there. Do you think they want people hanging around their lounge? Come on. Common sense

Anonymous
Anonymous

buildings on the beach rent out their beach chairs to the public and the buildings not located right on the beach diluting the value to those who pay to live on the sand. so not a stupid question.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Um, what?

Anonymous
Anonymous

That is an extremely stupid question. Beaches are public and that is why some rent out their beach chairs. Do buildings in Sunny Isles or Brickell allow non-residents to use their pools?

Miami Hurricanes
Miami Hurricanes

The Icon

Anonymous
Anonymous

Negative…. Those are hotel guests and spa members

Anonymous
Anonymous

Only the hotel portion.

anonymous
anonymous

I lived at the Icon. I left because they allowed the public to use the restaurant, which those same people would go and jump on the pool chairs. On the weekends it was a mission to find a lounge chair. I was constantly complaining because I knew a lot of those people were not residents. I hope they make it only for residents or members.

anonymous
anonymous

And I am speaking about the Icon in Miami Beach… not sure about how the one in Brickell works.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yes sorry.. dumb dumb.

ILoveMiami
ILoveMiami

Look at all the space and time you used up debating this junk. You are ALL dumb dumbs!!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Thanks for using your time to read

Anonymous
Anonymous

My friend. You can’t compare public beach and beach chairs with a Zaha Hadid project. Come on. All the best!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Hmm… from what I know residents at One River will not be able to dine on their Sky Restaurant. You must become a member and pay their dues before you are allowed to eat there. I can understand it from a snobby point of view but from a business stand wouldn’t you want as many people as possible to go to your place of business? Oh well, such is life.

Anonymous
Anonymous

One river point hasn’t started construction and maybe never will so how it’s sky club might be used is sort of irrelevant, 1000 Museum is built and almost finished

Anonymou
Anonymou

One River is officially cancelled

Anonymous
Anonymous

Would be nice – I wonder if the stores not the first floor are also for residents only, lol

Anonymous
Anonymous

Hey look, I don’t care, I’m gonna walk right off the streets and into their Fitness Center and start working out.

Anonymous
Anonymous

thats cause you are a scrub

Anonymous
Anonymous

I told your mama to stop calling me that, just because she caught me with one of her friends.

Anonymous
Anonymous

try to buy common sense in one of those stores.
You can compare stores with private lounge for residents.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Do you think a helipad might be required in case of fire and need to evacuate people on upper floors?

anonymous
anonymous

gorgeous!!!

Billboards on 1000
Billboards on 1000

Now we just need the developers to remove the two disgusting billboards off the Ten Museum Tower building. Same developers. Very serious visual pollution problem.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The wind at the top of the building would scare me to death…even Landing between those buildings seems wild.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Thumbs down to the noise pollution of a helipad. Benefits just a few and subjects hundreds if not more others.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Um, yeah… because everybody who gonna live in this building will own a helicopter and one will be landing every thirty minutes.

Look, go do some constructive whining like complain about the weeds growing in your yard.

ILoveMiami
ILoveMiami

Don’t forget the flying cars that will be landing at Paramount. I wonder if they will be allowed to land at 1000 Museum in case the car pad across the street is backed up?

Miami Hurricane
Miami Hurricane

Deep down, I’m hoping that the OP is also campaigning against Ultra and the clubs they moved in next to.

Martim MSK
Martim MSK

Don’t move next to Bayfront Park and/or 11, Space or any other venue if you are not interested in hearing noise – how is that so difficult for the entitled bunch to understand?