as previously reported by designboom, zaha hadid’s ‘one thousand museum’ in miami, florida is nearing completion, topping off in february 2018. the 62-story tower, with 83 half-and full-floor residences, houses a wealth of luxury amenities including a private vault, a multimedia theater, and private dining area. the building will also accessible via a private helipad — the only residential helipad on the east coast.

zaha hadid one thousand museum
the building is topped with the only residential helipad on the east coast



the project takes its name from its location opposite museum park, and offers views across biscayne bay towards miami beach. prices for each unit start at $6 million USD for a 4,600 square foot residence, while all homes feature multiple oversized balconies.


a bird’s eye view of the helipad on top of the building



taken via drone, a series of new videos provides excellent aerial coverage of the new helipad on the top of one thousand museum as well miami’s surrounding landscape. as the project nears completion, designboom will bring you the latest news on zaha hadid’s first and final residential skyscraper in the western hemisphere. see designboom’s previous coverage of the project here.


‘one thousand museum’ shown in the context of its surrounding environment