More renderings and pricing details have been unveiled for One Thousand Museum, the exquisitely bony Zaha Hadid-designed luxury condo in downtown Miami.
The $300 million, 60-story tower at 1000 Biscayne Boulevard would be Hadid’s first residential building in the US. The development will reach 706 feet tall, and pricing will be lofty by Miami luxury housing standards; developers Gregg Covin and Louis Birdman said that a duplex penthouse could be priced between $30 million to $50 million, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Other apartments, ranging from 4,500-square-foot units to full-floor 9,900-square-foot units, will ask $4 million to more than $15 million, or about $900 to $1,400 per square foot. That’s roughly comparable to oceanfront units under construction in Miami Beach, which fetch $1,000 to $1,250, according to brokerage Condo Vultures. In contrast, new construction in downtown Miami — where One Thousand Museum will rise — is priced about $450 to $500 per square foot.
The developers have been touting Hadid’s bold, sexy-exoskeleton design, which hides the Miami-de-rigueur balconies behind the building’s prominent bones.
We wanted to avoid that generic, modernist typology,” Hadid told The Wall Street Journal. “We were interested in the idea of the tall building, and how it lands on the ground, how the structure is manifested.”
Check more renderings below: