Tour Miami Skyline’s newest luxury tower, One Thousand Museum, an original contemporary art masterpiece by world-renowned architect Zaha Hadid. Ascending over 60 floors high, the One Thousand Museum, is home to Miami’s rapidly growing, distinct display of buildings, designed by internationally popular architects, right at the center of the Miami Skyline across Biscayne Bay and the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts building.
Lifestyle Production Group captures the new, residential tower of these new, museum-styled, luxury apartment homes showcasing the imagery of it’s a unique design, stunning views, and more! From its one-of-a-kind decor, to private terraces and relaxation wellness spas, to valet and Miami’s very first private helipad, One Thousand Museum will provide the ideal location for 100 lucky residents to call home.
One Thousand Museum offers exclusive, pristine, museum-styled luxury apartment homes in the city’s newest residential tower. Featuring breathtaking, panoramic views with each unit individually and uniquely-designed and East-to-West flow-through floor plans, sitting at the core of Miami’s nightlife, premier shopping district, upscale restaurants and the city’s contemporary art forefront in a lush, green landscape.
Steps away from South Beach and the Brickell financial district, this posh, downtown Miami neighborhood anticipates the transformation into Miami’s finest $10 billion neighborhood investment to be ongoing around the six-star lifestyle of this exceptionally elegant, private residential tower.
Towering above its surrounding structures, with over 30,000 square feet of stunning amenities for swimming, sunbathing, state of the art fitness facilities, and entertainment, One Thousand Museum is beautifully designed to offer fewer than 100 residents the additional luxury of abundant space.
As you open the doors to One Thousand Museum’s grand lobby, you will find a dramatic porte cochère within the podium, privacy from the street and sophisticated entry to match the prestigious theme of the residential tower. Offering one-of-a-kind architectural flow throughout with a mix of asymmetrical and organically-shaped, structured walls, floors and windows, several oversized terraces extended outside for countless patio entertainment days and nights and a combination of natural light and dark shadows for a modern, yet chic decor.
Up the steps of the three-story, magnificent, wide-spaced, spiral staircase facing floor-to-ceiling windows with surrounding views of the Skyline and the Atlantic Ocean, up to the two-story Aquatic Center with an infinity-edge, indoor, year-round pool and reflections of the water dancing up the arched, Zaha Hadid Architects’ water drop patterned walls.
Above the podium, is One Thousand Museum’s luxury condo wellness and spa which opens onto the 8th Floor Sun & Swim Terrace. The fitness center comes complete with top of the line strength and cardio training equipment, as well as indoor areas for movement training and stretching in addition to its landscaped outdoor area for other fitness activities, and hot tub with stunning views of the city Skyline and surrounding ocean.
At the foundation of the One Thousand Museum’s luxury apartments are sculptural extensions of the tower, and surrounding palm trees, creating natural shade and light all day long, as well as luxurious lounge chairs or cabanas with daybeds for seating. The Sun & Swim Terrace also features three, organically shaped pools and poolside towel service. Inside the doors, behind the Sun & Swim
Terraces are public bathrooms and a private staircase with lighting next to each step heading towards the indoor-outdoor 1km wellness center and spa with a wooden sauna and a marble-stoned steam room.
On the second level, the spa features private rooms for massages and spa treatments, a relaxation room offering private seating to take in the gorgeous city and water views. There’s a juice bar, home theater for exclusive movie screenings, lectures or presentations, or private dining room for entertaining or presenting for groups.
Unit #2401 opens into a furnished, spacious, long, open living room space with glimpses of water and city views in the background, combined with an open kitchen layout, dining room seating and additional lounge seating, across from the dining room, near the attached, private terrace and windows.
This gorgeous unit maintains a simple, elegant theme with contrasts of white, grey, and black decor throughout. The kitchen includes a large island bartop, seamless stovetop, secondary sink, and cabinet space, tucked away from the guest’s view, in front of the hidden prep kitchen space with a large convection oven and refrigerator built into the additional cabinet space.
The private terrace opens out from the additional lounge seating across from the dining area for optional, outdoor seating and gorgeous downtown Miami and water views and the 8th Floor Sun & Swim Terrace view below. You can see some of the best views of Miami’s Skyline Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, right from this private terrace.
The master bedroom offers its own private views, tucked inside the iconic pillars of the building, offering cool shade for a more restful sleep. It includes an attached, oversized walk-in closet and hallway to the master bathroom, which shares a window to the private terrace with a modern bathtub near the window, across from his and hers sink and glass door shower.
Down the hall, is a second bedroom with an attached bathroom that features white marble tiled walls and white cabinets. Followed by a third bedroom overlooking the same views on the other side of the master bathroom with more shade near the kitchen.
Unit #5001 opens to an overstretched foyer with a few modern paintings and piano that sits across the bar sitting area and spacious corner, living space that faces views of Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean.
The large dining area has enough seating for 8 and faces the Skyline and is private from the kitchen area. This unit also includes a private study or office area, a master bedroom that is open on the other side of the hallway, facing the other side of the Skyline.
The oversized master bathroom includes a bathtub facing the windows towards Biscayne Bay and a large, two-person glass door shower and vanity on the opposite side of the bathtub and shower.
The Triple – Height Sky Lounge, offers private seating and Hadid’s iconic arched water drop pattern interior walls found throughout the building. One of One Thousand Museum’s top exclusive features is its design to include Miami’s first private helipad, so residents have the luxury to come and go as they please, pending FAA and other necessary approvals.
Unit #3801 is near all of One Thousand Museum’s vast amenities. Opening directly to a large living space with gorgeous ocean views in the background, behind the dining room area, an open kitchen layout that features a seamless refrigerator and cabinet space and a long island countertop. Behind the kitchen is the master bedroom with views of Miami and Biscayne Bay in the background and attached master bathroom. The master bathroom has a large, modern bathtub overlooking the Skyline and a corner glass shower.
Unit #5701, one of the taller units provides a large, panoramic view, near the top section of the Skyline. Unit #5701 resembles a penthouse style apartment, with views of the city and the ocean in every room in the house. Spacious and secluded is the feel with a private terrace, overhead views, and large living space. The master bedroom includes an attached, huge walk-in closet and an attached master bathroom that includes a modern bathtub that overlooks the Skyline and ocean with a 2-person, glass door shower, and private vanities on both sides of the bathroom.
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