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Few high-end residential skyscrapers have generated as much excitement as One Thousand Museum, which, in 2017, will anchor Miami’s north downtown skyline. Sixty-two stories tall, the ultra-modern design comes from Zaha Hadid, the award-winning architect who created London’s Olympic Aquatic Center and art museums around the world.
“Few Miami condos are as architecturally significant on a global scale as One Thousand Museum,” says Josh Stein. Stein’s clients can secure one of 83 prestigious homes in the property, which overlooks Biscayne Bay and Miami’s rising cityscape. Named for its proximity to the brand new Perez Art Museum and adjacent park, One Thousand Museum is steps from cultural sites and entertainment venues, as it towers over American Airlines Arena and the port of entry for Miami’s cruise ship industry.
Each enormous residence inside One Thousand Museum features world-class luxuries and amenities that rival or exceed the global standard for high-end living. They range from $4 million to $12 million and may be half the floor or the entire floor, which nears 10,000 square feet of living space. Next to the helicopter pad on the roof is a lounge exclusively for residents. Beneath the helipad is an indoor pool, event space, sun deck, and cigar lounge. Security at One Thousand Museum will surpass acceptable levels of safety at any other residence in Miami. Below, the amenity deck has several more pools, which seem to exist essentially to the building’s structure, weaving around the foundation, footbridges and cabanas, giving way to a spa and gym. It’s possible that One Thousand Museum will be the most coveted address in downtown Miami for decades.
– Arrivals/departures lounge, with incredible views of the city and the bay
– Indoor swimming pool
– Rooftop event space
– Cigar lounge and relaxation lounge
– Sun deck
– Billiards room
– Cardio room
– Exclusive spa
– Hot tubs
– Hot and cold plunge pools,
– Unique “sunrise pool” underneath the tower
– Fitness center
– Pool grill
– Pool bar
– Grassy lawns and footbridges over the pools
– Sauna and steam room
– Private cabanas
At the ground floor, as residents enter One Thousand Museum, they will be greeted by high-end retail and restaurants. The comforts of urban living will be an elevator ride away. On entering the tower through the drop-off port, the lobby seems to mingle with the exterior because of its material continuity. It creates a dramatic sense of the tower’s weight and architectural perfection.
Above, the amenity deck is completely unique among luxury condominiums. It has multiple pools of varying depths and temperatures, seemingly created out of the foundation of the tower itself. The space is bathed in sunlight, but also offers plenty of shade for relaxation and outdoor recreation, including grilling and exercise. The fitness center and spa are on this level, as well.
Not quite satisfied with just one amenity deck, the 60th and 61st floors offer more amenities with the benefit of an unequaled view of Miami, Miami Beach, and Biscayne Bay. It includes everything else you would expect from the most deluxe community on the planet, with more swimming pools, lounges, recreational space with two-story, floor-to-ceiling views, and private dining.
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