October 2, 2015
An automatic buzz was created when Pritzker-Prize-winning architect Zaha Hadid announced her first skyscraper in the Western Hemisphere. The project, One Thousand Museum, is a 62-story, 1.3-million-square-foot residential tower along Miami’s Biscayne Bay waterfront. The tower’s construction utilizes a lateral load resisting system, which is comprised of a concrete shear wall core in tandem with a sculpted, reinforced concrete exoskeleton. The project is on track to be completed by 2017, and will contain a mix of duplex, half- and full-floor units, a rooftop helipad, and private lounge.
With its unique design and amenities galore, the project rose to the top of Architectural Digest’s 13 Buzzworthy Miami Buildings.