Once the entire project is completed, One Thousand Museum tower
will be one of the most phenomenal residential developments ever conceived and built in the world. It is expected to rival some of the phenomenal structures in the world including New York City’s One57 and London’s One Hide Park.
As the first condo tower in Florida with its own rooftop helicopter pad, One Thousand Museum Condo is only building 83 units in total. Residents of the tower will have access to their own private, full-time security concierge for each unit.
Located in the downtown area of Miami, at 1000 Biscayne Blvd., One Thousand Museum is a 62-story condo tower that offers phenomenal spacious living in both half floor and full floor plans. Every resident of the tower will be assigned three parking spaces plus have access to the rooftop landing pad. All the units are sold fully furnished including the high-end lighting, custom closets and beautiful flooring.
To Be Completed in 2016
Expected to be completed in the year 2016, every unit provide spacious living. The half floor plans are approximately 4500 square feet and the full floor plans are approximately 9800 square feet.
The amenities include the residential helipad, rooftop events, an in-house cigar lounge, an indoor pool, a cardio room, billiards room, and a screening room. Residents will have access to the indoor oversized pools, hot tubs, cold and hot plunge pools, and the spa. Other amenities include cabanas, a steam room and a sauna.
Investors and residential homeowners are anticipating the completion of One Thousand Museum just a few years away. Priced at a low-end of $4 million for a half floor unit and $12 million for a full floor unit, someone will take the prized top floor duplex being sold at $50 million.
has always been known for its unique and bold architecture. However, the new One Thousand Museum tower on Biscayne Blvd. is bound to take architectural style over the edge. From nearly any position in Southeast Florida, One Thousand Museum will make its own strong statement, declaring that the skyline of downtown Miami can handle the most daring designs.
Since the last bust of the economic bubble in the real estate market all throughout the Miami area, it has been the overseas buyers that have purchased most of the available condominiums. Many of them need a safe haven for their investment dollars and have the funds to pay cash for a hard real estate asset located in a beautiful part of the US.
Many of these condo purchasers only reside in South Florida for a few weeks every year. Most of these condos are converted into rental units. Absentee buyers are eager to purchase any quality condominium in Southeast Florida that has a water view.
Because of the high interest in condo living in Southeast Florida, One Thousand Museum project will shake up the real estate market. Although the venture is somewhat risky, eager buyers are likely to quickly line up to make a purchase in this beautiful new tower.