The Miami “Exoskeleton” skyscraper is finally completed after seven long years. Approximately $300 million is spent to build this lavish 62 story building. It also carries the pride of being the exclusively last designed building by the famous Iraqi British architect “Zaha Hadid” who is known for her nickname “Queen of the Curve”.The building consists of “exoskeleton” exterior and is also made of 4800 pieces of glass-fibre-reinforced concrete shipped from Dubai.
The tower known as “One thousand Museum” encompasses 84 luxury dwellings. Out of which 64% of the residences are already sold since the sales started in the year 2013. The rest is held for sale at the price of $5 million for half-floor residences and ranges up to $25 million for entire floor residences. The residents have access to the extravagant conveniences which includes private rooftop helipads, sky lounge, Double height aquatic centre with the indoor swimming pools, juice bar and a beauty salon.
One of the developers Louis Birdman stated in his interview to ‘The Journal’ that they wanted it to function like a five-star hotel. The well known Sotheby’s International Realty for its richness is in charge of Sales and Marketing. Along with all the amenities, the 700 feet luxury Skyscraper also incorporates a sculptural porte-cochere entrance which enables privacy to the dwellers right from the lanes. The residents can access condos from the hallway through high-speed elevators. The occupancies are of two types, one extending up to half-floor and other up to the entire floor.
The floor to ceiling windows allows Florida’s sunshine inside to make the days even more radiant. The residences comprise of up to four bedrooms to six-bedroom units. Creston home automation system is incorporated by all the residences. The oversized terraces give the spectacular views of Miami Skyline, Atlantic ocean, Biscayne Bay.
It furthermore comprises 30000 square feet of entertainment areas for socialising, working out, swimming and more.