Miami's $300 million 'exoskeleton' skyscraper is complete after 7 years. Look inside the Zaha Hadid-designed tower, which comes with a private rooftop helipad.

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Miami's eye-catching "exoskeleton" skyscraper is finally complete , Candace Taylor reported for The Wall Street Journal.

The 62-story building is one of the last designed by legendary Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid, who was before her death in 2016. It has a distinctive "exoskeleton" exterior that's made up of more than 4,800 pieces2020欧洲杯预选赛赛程 of glass-fiber-reinforced concrete shipped from Dubai.

2020欧洲杯预选赛赛程The tower, called One Thousand Museum, includes 84 luxury residences, about 64% of which have already been sold since sales started in 2013, according to the developer. The rest are selling for $5 million for a half-floor residence to upwards of $25 million for a full floor. Residents have access to lavish amenities including a private rooftop helipad, a sky lounge, a double-height aquatic center with an indoor swimming pool, a juice bar, and a beauty salon.

"We wanted it to function like a five-star hotel," one of the developers, Louis Birdman, told the Journal.

2020欧洲杯预选赛赛程Sales and marketing are being handled by ONE Sotheby's International Realty.

2020欧洲杯预选赛赛程Take a look inside the 700-foot luxury tower.

A Miami skyscraper designed by a legendary architect is complete after seven years and almost $300 million in construction costs, The Wall Street Journal reports.

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One Thousand Museum is one of the last designed by famed Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid, who was before her death in 2016.

The tower has a distinctive "exoskeleton" exterior that's made up of more than 4,800 pieces of glass-fiber-reinforced concrete that were shipped from Dubai.

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A sculptural porte cochere entrance offers residents privacy from the street as they enter the building.

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From the lobby, residents can access their condos via high-speed elevators.

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Each residence spans either a half floor or the entire floor.

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Floor-to-ceiling windows let in plenty of Florida sunshine.

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The residences range from four-bedroom to six-bedroom units.

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All residences include Crestron home automation systems.

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The residences come with oversized terraces with views of the Miami skyline, Biscayne Bay, and the Atlantic Ocean.

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One Thousand Museum has more than 30,000 square feet of recreation areas for socializing, working out, swimming, and more.

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The fitness center comes with strength and cardio training equipment.

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The double-height aquatic center and its indoor pool overlook downtown Miami.

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The spa includes private rooms for massages and beauty treatments, steam and sauna rooms, a relaxation lounge, plunge pools, and a juice bar.

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The rooftop features a private helipad so the affluent residents can have on-demand transportation to nearby islands and airports — or their private yachts.

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The 62-story luxury tower has reached completion amid a surplus of high-end condos on the market in Miami.

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Fewer foreign buyers are interested in buying luxury condos in Miami as South American economies — once a major source of real-estate investment in Miami — falter. 

Additionally, as Hillary Hoffower wrote for Business Insider, "new-development condos also emerged onto the market2020欧洲杯预选赛赛程 as current condo owners began to sell, some encouraged by the strong value of the US dollar — creating the perfect recipe for a surplus."

Although about 64% of the residences were sold before the building was even finished, , Peter Zalewski of Miami real-estate consulting firm Condo Vultures told The Wall Street Journal.

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