ONE THOUSAND MUSEUM MIAMI

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Designed by the world famous late Zaha Hadid, this residential tower reaching over 60 stories is the unprecedented fusion of art, architecture and design offering a 6-star lifestyle.

ONE THOUSAND MUSEUM MIAMI

The limited collection of less than 100 residences include duplex townhomes, halffloor residences, full-floor penthouses and a single duplex penthouse.

ONE THOUSAND MUSEUM MIAMI 1000 Museum Bathroom 2- Black Countertop

This fabulous structure overlooks the PAMM Art Museum and Frost Science Museum and the new superyacht marina in Miami featuring spectacular views over Biscayne Bay.

One Thousand Museum Miami lobby ONE THOUSAND MUSEUM MIAMI

This prestigious residential tower appears as a continuous piece of contemporary sculpture from the podium to the crown.

ONE THOUSAND MUSEUM MIAMI

Unique to the building is the double-height Aquatic Center and Sky Lounge along with the first residential rooftop helipad in Miami. Prices for the 100 residences range from $5.6 to $20+ million plus more for the amazing penthouse

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