The last project for late architectural great Zaha Hadid, One Thousand Museum makes a dramatic first impression thanks to its unique (and extremely technically complicated) exoskeleton facade. But this new luxury condominium development is so much more than a bold, futuristic architectural statement. The tower’s sprawling residences are outfitted with top-of-the-line everything, from custom Italian kitchens to German lighting, and have oversized terraces that extend the already generous living space. The amenities are something to talk about, even in Miami, where more is more. Of note? The private helipad and a triple-height sky lounge that has spectacular views of Biscayne Bay.
Developed By Louis Birdman, Gregg Covin, Kevin Venger, 1000 Biscayne Tower & The Regalia Group
BrokerOne Sotheby's International Realty
Zaha Hadid’s final masterpiece is a study in curves and contrasts. Its bold white exoskeleton, made of fiberglass-reinforced concrete, undulates its way upward, 62 stories from the podium to the crown—and everywhere else is glass. The design, which moves the structural supports outward, is not just aesthetically revolutionary; it also serves a functional purpose, allowing for interiors with fewer interruptions, wide-open layouts, and multilevel amenity spaces. It’s a striking legacy that feels destined to become a landmark in Downtown Miami’s otherwise linear skyline.
Bordered by booming Brickell and up-and-coming Edgewater, Downtown Miami is a combination of high-rise skyscrapers and bayfront parks, restaurants and bars, and world-class museums and performance halls—nearly all with spectacular views of Biscayne Bay. Mixed-use developments like the $2 billion Miami Worldcenter and Museum Park, home to the Perez Art Museum and the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, have made Downtown one of the city’s most exciting places to live and play.
There are just 83 units in total, including half-floor, full-floor, and duplex residences, ranging in size from four bedrooms to six bedrooms. This is an intimate and exclusive experience, and every detail reflects that, from the high-speed elevators and smart technology to the Gatto Cucine kitchens and custom Italian closets. The open east to west layout, designed to maximize views in both directions, and the black-and-white color scheme present a blank canvas—one that has already inspired premier design houses like Artefacto, B&B Italia, and Roche Bobois in select residences.
It’s saying something that the 30,000 square feet of amenities may be the most striking feature of this already stunning feat of architecture. Zaha Hadid’s obsession with curves is apparent everywhere, from the sculptural ceilings to the spiral staircase in the double-height aquatic center and triple-height sky lounge. In addition to a spa, indoor and outdoor pools, and fitness center, unique offerings include private bank vaults for every residence, a rooftop helipad, and access to a private airport.
- 24hr Doorman
- Fitness Center
- Hair and Nail Salon
- IMAX Private Theatre
- Outdoor Pool
- Private Helipad
- Saltwater Indoor Pool
- Steam Room
- Swimming Pool
- Valet Parking
One Thousand Museum’s limited collection of museum-quality residences includes duplex townhomes, half-floor residences, full-floor penthouses, and a single duplex penthouse. Interiors have been crafted with the finest finishes and features by an elite team of designers, including lighting artists and residential technology specialists.
One Thousand Museum is one of the most gracious luxury condos in Miami and Miami Beach. The tower’s fluid curves reflect its internal organization as it rises more than 60 stories from the arrival podium to the amenity levels, the residential floors above, and finally to a dramatic double-height amenity space at the crown.