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See Inside the First Apartment in Zaha Hadid's Miami Skyscraper

One Thousand Museum recently topped out in Miami.
IMAGE ROBIN HILL
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The late Zaha Hadid's first and final residential skyscraper in the Western Hemisphere, One Thousand Museum, recently topped out in Miami. Here's a look inside its preview residence on the 17th floor.

The Downtown Miami building is 62 stories tall.


The preview apartment is 4,635 square feet.


There are four bedrooms.


Floor-to-ceiling windows overlook Biscayne Bay and Museum Park.


Here's the stark kitchen.


The art was curated by Sarah Jane Bruce of SJB Fine Art Services and Flavia Masetto of Flavia Masetto Fine Arts.


This residence sold for $6.8 million last fall.


But others are still available.


Half-floor listings start at $5.5 million and full-floor penthouses are available for around $20 million. The 16,000-square-foot duplex penthouse is also still on the market. Its asking price? $49 million.

*This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com
*Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors

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