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One Thousand Museum Reaches 57th Floor - Close To Topping Off (Photos & Video)

One Thousand Museum At 57 Floors

One Thousand Museum At 57 Floors

One Thousand Museum has reached the 57th floor of construction and is only 5 floors away from topping off at 62 stories.

When we last looked at the project in August, One Thousand Museum had just passed Ten Museum in height.

Installation has now begun on the over 3,000 pieces of glass fiber reinforced concrete that was made in Dubai and shipped to Miami. The glass fiber reinforced concrete will give the exoskeleton a smooth finish on the curves of the building.

Previous construction photos of One Thousand Museum can be viewed here.

November 2017 Video

One Thousand Museum Surpasses Ten Museum In Height (Photos & Video)

One Thousand Museum Rising

One Thousand Museum Rising

When we previously looked at One Thousand Museum in May, the building was on the 38th floor of construction. One Thousand Museum has reached over 539 feet in height and is now above the neighboring building Ten Museum at 51 stories.

In the next couple of months, One Thousand Museum should be above 900 Biscayne in height and on its way to its final height of 706 feet by the end of the year.

Two years ago, the site was getting ready for its concrete pour.

Previous construction photos of One Thousand Museum can be viewed here.

One Thousand Museum Reaches The 38th Floor Of Construction

One Thousand Museum Reaches The 38th Floor Of Construction

When we last looked at the under construction One Thousand Museum on 1000 Biscayne Boulevard, the building was on the 31st floor. Construction has now reached the 38th floor of the 62 story tower.

A year ago, the base of the building was starting to take shape on the Pritzker Prize winning architect Zaha Hadid designed tower.

One of the unique features of One Thousand Museum is the exoskeleton, which supports the building. The exoskeleton is made of over 3,000 pieces of glass fiber reinforced concrete, which is made in Dubai and shipped to Miami every week. The panels are clamped around the steel rebar and poured with concrete to the give the exoskeleton a continuous flow.

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One Thousand Museum Reaches 31st Floor

One Thousand Museum Reaches 31st Floor

Since reaching the 25th floor in November 2016, the 62 story One Thousand Museum is now at the halfway point and has reached the 31st floor. Just a little over a year ago in January 2016, One Thousand Museum was at the 5th floor.

As the windows continue to be installed, the exoskeleton of Zaha Hadid's design is taking shape, which allows to the building to have floor to ceiling windows and not have any interior columns. With 83 units, One Thousand Museum will also have a rooftop helipad. The first since Miami Tower in the 80's.

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One Thousand Museum Reaches 25th Floor

One Thousand Museum

One Thousand Museum

The under construction 62 story One Thousand Museum in Miami has reached the 25th floor. When we last looked at the project in August construction had reached the 15th floor.

The glass fiber reinforced concrete panels are starting to be installed on the exoskeleton of the building. More windows are starting to be installed on the lower portion of the tower.

Construction will be completed in 2018.

Previous construction photos of One Thousand Museum can be viewed here.

One Thousand Museum Construction Photos

One Thousand Museum Construction Photos

One Thousand Museum continues to rise taller in the Park West district of Miami since our last update in May. 

The 62 story luxury condominium designed by architect Zaha Hadid will reach 700 feet. A year ago, the empty lot was getting ready for its foundation pour. 

The exoskeleton on the building is becoming more pronounced and glass fiber reinforced concrete will be used for the columns above the 15th floor. 

The building is expected to top off early Summer 2017 and be completed in 2018.

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One Thousand Museum Construction Updates

One Thousand Museum

One Thousand Museum

One Thousand Museum is starting to grow taller since we last looked at the site in January. 

The amenities deck is now visible and the tower has reached the 11th floor. The exoskeleton is more visible as construction continues. 

Previous construction photos can be viewed here.