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Location: Downtown Miami
Floors: 62

Total Units: 83
Unit Size: 4,578 – 9,774 sq.ft.
+ duplex Penthouse

Architect: Zaha Hadid

This world-class residential tower is designed by internationally acclaimed Pritzker prize-winning architect ZahaHadid, and comprises 83 ultra high end, luxury residences with breathtaking views of Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. Miami’s most prestigious new residential address is located just minutes from South Beach and the Brickell financial district; in a neighborhood which will become even more compelling as a result of over $10 billion of investments in premier retail, hospitality, and entertainment developments nearby.

This building is billed as “creating a six star lifestyle”. It will offer a double-height aquatic center featuring an innovative infinity-edge indoor pool with panoramic views. There will also be a private rooftop helipad for the use of residents only, which will make nearby islands, private and commercial airports, and private yachts truly accessible at any time of the day or night. Living rooms, bedrooms and entertainment spaces have all been designed with East-to-West flow-through floor plans to capture the mesmerizing panoramic views, while oversized terraces extend living spaces outward. Museum-quality 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 composed of duplex townhouses, half-floor residences, full-floor penthouses, and its crowning glory, a duplex penthouse at levels 58 and 59. Half-floor residences start at $5,519,000 (4,601 square foot plus a 819 square foot terrace) while full-floor residences start at $15 million (9774 square feet plus a 1,304 square foot terrace). The Penthouse was featured at No. 9 on the Wealth-X list of the “Top Ten Billionaire Skyscraper Homes” and is priced at $45 million.


  • 30,000 sq.ft. of beautifully designed venues for swimming, sunning, socializing, fitness, and pampering offering the luxury of abundant space
  • Dramatic porte-cochere within the podium of One Thousand Museum offers privacy
  • Doorman, parking valet and on-site concierge
  • Aquatic Center offers an infinity-edge indoor pool and a sunbathing terrace overlooking the Miami skyline and the Atlantic Ocean
  • Outdoor pool and recreational terrace
  • Wellness and Spa amenities occupy two full levels opening onto the Sun & Swim Terrace
  • Steam and sauna rooms, plunge pools, relaxation lounge, and private rooms for massage and beauty treatments
  • Fitness center with state-of-the-art strength and cardio training equipment
  • Multimedia theater for private movie screenings, lectures, and presentations
  • Sky Lounge with panoramic views provides a dramatic venue for casual socializing and elegant private events
  • Private helipad (pending FAA approval)
  • All interior amenity spaces are lightly perfumed with signature scents
  • 24/7 security personnel
  • Sophisticated surveillance systems to achieve a secure environment without compromising the elegant nature of the property
  • Bank-quality vault contains individual safe deposit box for every residence

Residence Featured

  • Estate-size half-floor, full-floor and duplex residences
  • Multiple oversized balconies in every residence
  • Ceiling heights from 10 feet to 20 feet in main living areas
  • Floor-to-ceiling window walls
  • Interior illumination featuring Kreon, designed by UliPetzold
  • Integrated home automation by Crestron to control in-residence applications
  • Custom kitchen cabinetry by Italian design firm GattoCucine
  • Choice of finishes for custom cabinetry and fine stone countertops
  • Gaggenau oven, induction cooktop, steam oven, microwave, dishwasher and integrated coffee maker
  • Sub-Zero refrigerator
  • Dornbracht faucets
  • Bathrooms with spa quality features and custom European cabinetry and countertops available in an array of fine materials and colors