New in-depth video for One Thousand Museum, designed by award-wining architect Zaha Hadid

One Thousand Museum, the ultra-upscale residential development designed by Zaha Hadid, has released a new video which offers an in-depth look at this amazing project.

One Thousand Museum is a $300 million project that will consist of a 62-story ultra-luxury high-rise housing 83 units composed of half floor residences and full floor residences.

Ground breaking is expected in May 2014 with completion by the end of 2016.

One Thousand Museum will be located across from the future Museum Park in the heart of Downtown Miami and it exemplifies the sternly futuristic style of the Pritzker Prize–winning Hadid.

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Hadid condo could reshape downtown Miami skyline

Hadid condo could reshape downtown Miami skyline

The world’s only female superstar architect, Zaha Hadid, unveiled an undulating, spider-like design for a new luxury condo tower on Biscayne Boulevard — her first residential project in the United States — that boldly looks to raise the design ante for Miami’s skyline.

The developers of the proposed 1000 Museum, Gregg Covin and Louis Birdman, also hope to capitalize on the location and the big design name to break through the price ceiling for a downtown Miami condo. They are angling for a stratospheric minimum of $4 million for the cheapest units, and a Miami Beach-like $30 million and up for penthouses. That means pricing would start at about $900 per square foot, an amount that’s already roughly double the price of the typical new downtown condo.