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Starchitect Power: 1000 Museum A work of art as well


as a substantial new landmark located downtown, no two properties will be the same in 1000 Museum, designed by Zaha Hadid. Putting the skeleton on the outside of the building allows for some innovative spaces inside and Dame Zaha’s team is also designing the interiors. With just 83 properties, the smallest of which is 4,500sq ft, there are 73 floorplans and lots of space for amenities, including parking and the pool, gym and spa on the 10th floor. For fans of the architect, this is something exceptional and the sales team is already seeing huge interest from collectors of her work. Prices start at $4.9 million (£2.9m) and rise to $45 million (£26.87m) for a penthouse through Savills (020– 7016 3741; www.savills.com)


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Downtown chic: The Bond The Bond will be a new tower in the buzzing Brickell district that aims to ‘combine British elegance with Brickell chic’. There will be


323 residences over 44 floors, ranging from studio apartments to penthouses. Pools, cabañas, and outdoor kitchens are all planned. Prices range from $300,000 to $1.25 million (£179,000–£746,500) (020–7016 4734; www.savills.com)


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Private island paradise: Fisher Island Club The Vanderbilts turned the 216-acre Fisher Island into a private family retreat and it still oozes old-world charm; in 2010, it had the highest per


capita income in the USA. The only way onto the island is by ferry and the owners run the island hotel and private club. Amenities include a very smart beach club and there are two marinas. There are also tennis courts, a golf course, a fitness centre and restaurants. Most properties are apartments, but Palm Island and Hibiscus Island have gated estates in which houses on the water will cost upwards of $8 million (£4.78m). Available through Claudine Letz, Winkworth International’s partner (020–7870 7181; www.winkworth.co.uk/international)


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