Miami, Sep 14 (EFE) .- Singer Nicky Jam bought for $ 6 million a luxurious apartment in the only building designed in Miami by the famous Anglo-Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid and in which other celebrities such as former British footballer David Beckham live.
It is a 4,600-square-foot residence, featuring 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, in the elegant One Thousand Museum, Prestige Realty Group, the real estate agency in charge of the acquisition, reported Tuesday.
Designed by the late architect, One Thousand Museum is an ultra-modern skyscraper in downtown Miami that was completed in early 2020 and boasts a private rooftop helipad.
The new residence of the reggaeton artist, of a Puerto Rican father and a Dominican mother, has Italian design cabinets and state-of-the-art home automation infrastructure.
Located on Biscayne Boulevard, in front of a park overlooking the bay of the same name, the building was chosen by the interpreter, who is preparing his first tour for 2022 after the lockdown due to the pandemic.
Zaha Hadid was the first woman to win the Pritzker Prize, the most prestigious in architecture, and she died of a heart attack in Miami in 2016, when the building was under construction.
“Downtown Miami has become an epicenter for entertainment, dining, and nightlife, with impressive residential towers like One Thousand Museum, setting the tone for luxury living in the area,” said Tony Rodríguez-Tellaheche, owner of Prestige Realty Group.
“Buyers from all over the world continue to look to Miami, and specifically to the city center, as an ideal place to move, since the area offers a feeling of a large and walkable city with a global connection,” added Rodríguez-Tellaheche in a statement.