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One Thousand Museum unveils preview residence on the 17th floor

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Furnished by Artefacto

A residence on the 17th floor at One Thousand Museum
Courtesy of One Thousand Museum/Photos by Robin Hill

One Thousand Museum is rocketing up in downtown Miami as the Zaha Hadid-designed development nears its 62-story climb.

The ultra-luxury condo rising at 10th Street and Biscayne Boulevard is expected to top off in January as it targets completion late in 2018. Pictured above and below is a fully-completed preview residence on the 17th floor that sold for $6.8 million this Fall.

The 4,635-square-foot unit features contemporary furnishings that were hand selected by Artefacto CEO and President Paulo Bacchi, who’s celebrating the company’s 15-year anniversary. It has four bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms, and overlooks Biscayne Bay and Museum Park. Additional details include an art collection curated by Sarah Jane Bruce of SJB Fine Art Services and Flavia Masetto of Flavia Masetto Fine Arts.

Amenities, which are located on the top two floors, include an aquatic center, garden areas, event spaces, a health spa and gym, art galleries, a private theater, and a rooftop helipad, the first of its kind for a luxury condo development in the greater Miami area.

The project is expected to top off by year’s end and open in late 2018.

photo by Robin Hill (c)
photo by Robin Hill (c)
photo by Robin Hill (c)
photo by Robin Hill (c)
photo by Robin Hill (c)
photo by Robin Hill (c)
photo by Robin Hill (c)

One Thousand Museum

1000 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida