One Thousand Museum, the closely watched ultra-luxury skyscraper in Downtown Miami designed by starchitect Zaha Hadid, has been completed and received its Temporary Certificate of Occupancy, One Sotheby's International Realty announced on their blog. Sotheby's has represented One Thousand Museum since the project was launched.
Construction at Miami Worldcenter, the second largest urban project under development in the United States, is marching right on toward completion in about 2021 according to the developers. Right now, with over 800 workers on the job site every day, the enormous 27-acre, 10-block, $2 billion multi-use development has two major elements significantly underway, with other portions of the project coming soon.
Construction is proceeding rapidly at Miami Worldcenter, the $2.7 billion mixed-use megaproject that will finally fill the blighted gap between downtown Miami and the Omni area directly to the north. Spearheaded and master planned by developers Nitin Motwani and Art Falcone, various elements of Miami Worldcenter are being built either by them or other developers, and the first part of the massive development will be completed before the end of the year.
Smell is the ignored sense of architecture, so to speak. While the way a building looks and handles sound (soundproofing, for example), and how the materials used to build it feel are all greatly considered, the experience of smell is often overlooked.
Recently PBS featured the construction of One Thousand Museum, the curvacious, slightly crazy tower designed by legendary architect Zaha Hadid in Miami, on the documentary series 'Impossible Builds.'
The massive train station called MiamiCenral that will be the Downtown Miami terminus of the Florida East Coast Railway's Brightline (formerly known as All Aboard Florida) is taking shape on a long strand of city blocks stretching north from the Dade County Courthouse.
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