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One Thousand Museum

Miami's One Thousand Museum:

Miami's $300 Million, One Thousand Museum Tower also called the 'Exoskeleton' Skyscraper is now completed after a long 7-year construction which was designed by Zaha Hadid which also comes with a private rooftop helipad.
Miami's best tower
Miami skyscraper designed by a legendary architect is complete after seven years and almost $300 Million in construction cost. The tower has a distinctive 'Exoskeleton' Exterior that's made up of more than 4800 pieces of Glass-Fiber-Reinforced concrete that were shipped from Dubai.
A sculptural porte-cochere entrance offers residents privacy from the street as they enter the building. The design made the entrance look more spacious and appealing. The residents can ace their lobby via very high-speed elevators. The design of the inner part of the building is so designed that each residence spans either a half-floor or the entire floor. Floor to Ceiling windows let in plenty of Florida sunshine. The residences come with oversized terraces with views of the Miami skyline, Biscayne Bay, and the Atlantic Ocean.
One Thousand Museum
One Thousand Museum has more than 30,000 sq ft of recreation areas for socializing, workout, swimming, and more. The fitness center comes with strength and cardio training equipment. The double-height aquatic center and its indoor pool overlook downtown Miami.
Miami's Skyscrapers
The rooftop features a private helipad so the affluent residents can have on-demand transportation to nearby islands and airports. this 62 story luxury tower has reached completion amid a surplus of high-end condos on the market in Miami.


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