Images have been revealed of Zaha Hadid’s forthcoming Miami skyscraper
The double Stirling Prize-winning Iraqi architect has designed a 62-storey residential block known as 1000 Museum Tower.
When completed in 2016, it will house of 83 luxury units, each expected to be priced at £2.6 million and above.
Zilbert International Realty, which is marketing the tower, says full-floor apartments will have 360-degree views of the city and access to a helipad on the roof.
It adds: ‘This will be a breakthrough on Downtown Miami luxury living, offering opulent amenities and exclusive services.’
Developers Gregg Covin and Louis Birdman are behind the scheme, which will be located on Biscayne Boulevard.