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Zaha Hadid’s Miami condo gets reduced by $3.5M

Discounted 35 percent from its original ask

Inside Zaha Hadid’s for-sale condo in Miami Beach with the beach and ocean in the distance
Inside Zaha Hadid’s Miami Beach condo
Courtesy of Angelica Garcia and Ivan Chorney of ONE Sotheby’s International Realty/Photos by zignavisual

Zaha Hadid’s unique Miami Beach condo, which originally hit the market in the spring asking $10 million, has re-listed for $6.5 million with new listing agents.

The current ask represents a 35 percent reduction for the stunning former residence of the late Pritzker-winning architect. Located in the W South Beach, the combination unit features the signature curves found across Hadid’s sensational projects, which includes the under-construction One Thousand Museum, a condo with lavish amenities and a helipad on its roof that’s on the cusp of topping off in downtown Miami.

The 2,541-square-foot residence at the W encompasses two bedrooms, three bathrooms, and an adjacent studio apartment with a separate entrance. It boasts views of the ocean, wraparound balconies, and includes all art and furniture.

Records show Hadid purchased the two units making up the main residence for $2.79 million in 2010 while the separate studio was acquired for $1.38 million in 2015. ONE Sotheby’s Ivan Chorney, who is listing the unit with Angelica Garcia, pointed to Miami being a buyer’s market for luxury condos as a reason for the reduction, according to the Wall Street Journal.

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