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Live in Zaha Hadid Architects' first residential skyscraper in the Western hemisphere

The Property Addict / Distinct Dwellings

May 08 2017

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maxresdefault Miami is about to become a lot more beautiful. While tons of apartment buildings in the city are currently under construction by premier architects like Renzo Piano, one very special residential tower is under way. Zaha Hadid Architects broke ground on the One Thousand Museum in December of 2014, and when it is completed in 2018, it will stand a staggering 62 stories. It's the first residential skyscraper in the Western hemisphere for the firm and has already been tapped for a PBS documentary entitled Impossible Builds. The exterior of the building was designed in classic Zaha Hadid style, with thousands of pieces of lightweight concrete reinforced with glass fiber. Inside, there are 83 residential units, including a two-story duplex penthouse, four townhouses, eight full-floor residences, and 70 half-floor units. live-in-zaha-hadid-2 One of the half-floor units, which will set you back $7 million and has been scoped out by celebrities like Will Smith, will feature more than 5,500 square feet of living space and boast impressive vistas of Biscayne Bay and Miami Beach. However, once it's completed, the best view may be of the tower itself. Melissa Minton, Architectural Digest



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