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Old Posted Mar 7, 2013, 7:25 PM
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MIAMI | 1000 Museum | 706 FT | 60 FLOORS (Zaha Hadid)

The aliens have landed. Preliminary renderings of Zaha Hadid's first residential skyscraper in the Western Hemisphere are out. The guys at exmiami.org got a hold of the renderings.

Address: 1000 Biscayne Blvd
Architect: Zaha Hadid
Developer: Gregg Covin (developed 10 Museum Park next door)

Condo prices start at $4 million for the cheapest units.

Rather "space ship" looking.

courtesy of the exmiami.org guys:
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Old Posted Mar 7, 2013, 8:14 PM
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Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiick. I love Hadid's works. WTG Miami!
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the materials will matter immensely, but first though: wow, enormous disappointment for having waited so long. definitely off the hook, but also extremely creepy and insect-like, a nightmarish inorganic hive structure, maybe out of a more prosperous north korea or some other consciously/deliberately evil place.
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the materials will matter immensely, but first though: wow, enormous disappointment for having waited so long. definitely off the hook, but also extremely creepy and insect-like, a nightmarish inorganic hive structure, maybe out of a more prosperous north korea or some other consciously/deliberately evil place.
Futuristic, looks like something from a sci-fi film. I expect that from Hadid, she has an outlandish futurist mind and doesn't conform to any context.

Thank God it is more interesting that the HdeM tower we recently saw which decided to go back in time and bring back the 60's.
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Old Posted Mar 7, 2013, 9:53 PM
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Awesome! If there must be a parking podium, that is the way to do it. I can't wait to watch this beauty rise.
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Would have to see more, but on first glance, I am leaning towards liking it.

That said, the cheapest units start at $4,000,000? Holy christ.
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Thank God it is more interesting that the HdeM tower we recently saw which decided to go back in time and bring back the 60's.
I must be the only one to like that tower.
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Old Posted Mar 8, 2013, 5:56 AM
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I really like it. Great for Miami... because most of Miami's buildings suck nuts.

It does look a bit like some sort of S&M butt plug though...
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I like it. It reminds me just a little of the Corset at the Hudson Yards.





I still wish Hadid could get this one built somewhere...


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Old Posted Mar 8, 2013, 7:13 PM
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^ won't be miami, with the 4-8 floor auto park podium requirement.
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another rendering imposed on the skyline

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The base loooks different and less "spidery"
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http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000...googlenews_wsj

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The Icon (and Iconoclast)

With her first residential building in the U.S., architect Zaha Hadid's proposed tower vies to reshape Miami's skyline

By ROBBIE WHELAN

Downtown Miami isn't known for bold architecture, but a new condo tower proposed for Biscayne Boulevard could change that. Architect Zaha Hadid's 60-story luxury condo building makes a strong statement: The city's skyline is ready for daring design.

"I really love Miami, but I don't think the architecture matches the city," Ms. Hadid said in an interview Wednesday. "It's a bit too commercial."

If built, the tower—called One Thousand Museum—would be Ms. Hadid's first residential building in the U.S. While developers Louis Birdman and Gregg Covin are confident about Miami's luxury market, they must still complete the financing of the $300 million project before work can begin.

Ms. Hadid's work is known for challenging, sculptural forms that are often sternly futuristic—and One Thousand Museum is no different. The Iraqi-born, London-based architect designed a 706-foot skyscraper with a concrete "exoskeleton" support structure that climbs from the podium to the top floor. Because it's Miami, the building has to have balconies, but Ms. Hadid has cleverly obscured these, for the most part, by setting them back behind the building's protruding bones.

"We wanted to avoid that generic, modernist typology," Ms. Hadid said. "We were interested in the idea of the tall building, and how it lands on the ground, how the structure is manifested."
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Pricing is also in the upper echelon of Miami's luxury market. A duplex penthouse unit could be priced between $30 million to $50 million, the developers say. Other units will range from half a floor (about 4,500 square feet) to a full floor (about 9,900) and be priced from $4 million to more than $15 million, or a range of about $900 to $1,400 per square foot. The average price per square foot for condos under construction is about $1,000 to $1,250 for oceanfront units in Miami Beach, according to Condo Vultures. Downtown, new construction is typically priced at between $450 to $500 per square foot.

Most new construction buildings in downtown Miami, however, aren't ultraluxury. "Zaha's building is an anomaly. No developer has tried to achieve this in downtown," Mr. Zalewski said.
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Very cool. Congrats Miami.
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Would have to see more, but on first glance, I am leaning towards liking it.

That said, the cheapest units start at $4,000,000? Holy christ.
Yeah, it's too extremely expensive. No one would buy a condo. There is no cheapest price. Nobody gonna like it.
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Old Posted Mar 20, 2013, 12:52 PM
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Lots of renderings from http://miami.curbed.com













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Old Posted Mar 20, 2013, 2:27 PM
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I can see the helipad featured in an upcoming James Bond movie.
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Old Posted Mar 20, 2013, 11:36 PM
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Great new renderings! I think this will be Miaml's only skyscraper with a rooftop helipad.
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I like it. Good for Miami.
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I know I'm probably in the minority, but I like white buildings. So I like the new renderings a lot better. They look a lot less evil.
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