Here is the newest listing in One Thousand Museum, the Zaha Hadid-designed skyscraper in Downtown Miami. The full-floor, five-bedroom apartment has hit the market for $20.485 million. Magnificent 10,000 square feet apartment occupies an entire 53rd floor of the 62-story tower. It has seven bathrooms, two powder rooms and a large, 1,100-square-foot terrace overlooking Biscayne Bay.
Renderings of the unit reveal a long marble-clad master bathroom with separate his-and-hers sinks and toilets. Luxury amenities also include a media room with a wet bar, shared terraces off each of the four additional bedrooms, a staff area with laundry facilities and an open floor plan.
Hadid plays with complex and bold design elements featuring half and full-floor residences ranging from 4,600 to over 16,000 square feet. The building’s unique, curved and futuristic exoskeleton eliminates the need for interior beams creating a flow-through design that allows each unit to have sunrise and sunset views.
1000 Museum’s customized floor plans offer ultra-luxurious amenities, such as: private security detail, concierge, indoor and outdoor pool, spa, wellness center, a bank-style vault, and a helipad.
The newly listed apartment is one of eight full-floor units near the top of the tower. There are three full-floor units still unsold, including this latest listing and another on the 51st floor that is selling for $18.29 million, according to a listing with Sotheby’s International Realty.
The largest unit in the building, a duplex penthouse on the 58th and 59th levels, is one of the most expensive condos on the market in Miami, asking a whopping $50 million, according to information provided by the building.