As promised, here are the massive, feature-laden, but ever-so-surprisingly-normal looking unit floor plans for starchitect Zaha Hadid's downtown Miami condo tower One Thousand Museum, thanks to an anonymous Curbed tipster. The building consists of half floor and full floor units, and, towards the bottom, two-level half floor townhouses.
The full floor units, about 11,000 square feet each, on levels 51-58, come in two flavors, one with most of the living space pushed towards the front of the unit, depriving the master bedroom of a water view, and the other with the living space shifted slightly more to the side for the sake of the master bedroom's water view. The half floor units are about 5,400 square feet, and the townhouses are 8,600 square feet. Balconies are spacious, luxe amenities like media rooms, midnight kitchens, store-sized closets, lofts, libraries, and big service rooms come standard. The lower floors include two-level townhouses with double height living and family areas and private elevators.
· One Thousand Museum coverage [Curbed Miami]