The developers of Miami’s newest landmark, One Thousand Museum—a new luxury condominium and the last structure in the western hemisphere designed by the late Dame Zaha Hadid—celebrated the topping off of the building last night at a soiree on the rooftop of the nearby Frost Museum. To highlight the major construction milestone, the building was illuminated against the night sky and the spectacle followed on the heels of the airing of Impossible Builds, a PBS documentary highlighting One Thousand Museum as one of the world’s most complex builds.

The people behind the development—Gregg Covin, Todd Michael Glaser, Louis Birdman, Kevin Venger, Gilberto Bomeny and Regalia Group—intend to elevate the idea of luxury living in Miami with the curvy 62-story exoskeletal tower, which has already redefined the skyline at 1000 Biscayne Boulevard. New renderings include a look at Hadid’s double-height aquatic center with an indoor pool and a luxury “Lifestyle Center and Spa.” Prices at the 83-unit condominium range from $5.5 million to more than $20 million.

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