This Week in Miami Real Estate: One Thousand Museum Tower tops off, ONE Sotheby’s anniversary and more

by Sergio Valdes

The highly anticipated One Thousand Museum luxury condo tower by Zaha Hadid Architects recently topped off, according to World Property Journal. The unique 62-story luxury building will boast several features including a sky lounge, a double-height Aquatic Centre with indoor pool and an on-demand private helipad for residents. With indoor construction on the amenity spaces already underway, One Thousand Museum tower is expected to reach completion by late 2018, and individual condo prices will range from $5.8 million to $49 million.

In other Miami real estate news:

  • ONE Sotheby’s International Realty recently commemorated its 10-year anniversary at its annual company summit, which was attended by most of its 800 agents, nearly 100 agents from its global network and CEO Mayi de la Vega. The agency has amassed an average sales volume of $3 billion since 2008.
  • Luxury homebuilder Toll Brothers plans to construct a single-family home community in Southwest Ranches. Rolling Oaks Estates will consist of 18 2-acre home sites for one- and two-story homes ranging from about 4,300 to 6,900 square feet. Sales are expected to begin this summer, though prices have yet to be listed, according to Sun Sentinel.
  • A planned 144-unit townhome community named Forest Park has launched its sales, with prices ranging from $175,000 to $200,000. According to The Real Deal, the project is expected to break ground very soon.
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