One Thousand Museum by Zaha Hadid update
We feel the need to keep you updated on the hottest pre-construction project in Miami right now. One Thousand Museum by Zaha Hadid is scheduled to be completed in late 2017 and construction has broken ground already. TIME Magazine says “Land and condos in Miami will be the premium commodity of 2015” Out of a total of 83 residences, there are 45 Active Listings with an average price per square foot of $1,240. One Thousand Museum offers 3 different types of residences:
- Duplex / townhomes – with interior living area between 8060-8102 sq.ft., terraces between 834-899 sq.ft. and current price ranges between $10,437,000 and $11,807,000.
- Half-Floor residences – with interior living area between 4503-4822 sq.ft., terraces between 5222-5434 sq.ft., and current price ranges between $5,519,000 and $7,401,000.
- Full-Floor PH residences – with interior living area between 9780-9910 sq.ft., terraces between 11,048-11,168 sq.ft., and current price ranges between $16,807,000 and $20,290,291.
And if you thought the prices at One Thousand Museum were high, remember it’s all about the size of the residences. Take a look at this graph to know how many square feet does $1 Million buy in the World’s Top Ten Billionaire Skyscraper Homes. One Thousand Museum is Zaha Hadid’s first residential project in the Western Hemisphere. The project has unique features such as an aquatic center with indoor pool and sunbathing terrace overlooking the Miami skyline. And we can truly say that it will have the city’s first truly outstanding amenities, including rooftop helipad, bank-quality vault and skylounge. For more information including floor plans, inventory, and property brochure, please contact us at email@example.com Condo Name: 1000 Museum Architecture: Zaha Hadid Neighborhood: Miami Airlines Arena Area – Downtown Miami Location: 1000 Biscayne Blvd- Miami Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
3 thoughts on “One Thousand Museum by Zaha Hadid update”
One Thousand Museum by Zaha Hadid update http://t.co/U2frJhsR9M
what is meant by “museum-quality”? Are lots of people looking to live in museums these days? I thought they barely visited. 😉 Loved the graph on what a cool mill buys you around the world.. most informative.
Museum Quality….hmmmm…let’s see – maybe it’s a “look and don’t touch” concept because most of the population cannot afford these? OK, maybe it’s the sculptural quality of the project that makes it “museum quality”