Zaha Hadid’s Former Miami Residence Just Sold for $5.75 Million
The late architect personally designed the space, which boasts views of the Atlantic Ocean.
The Miami residence of the late architect Zaha Hadid was just sold for $5.75 million. The three-bedroom, four-bathroom residence, located at 2201 Collins Avenue in Miami’s South Beach, was personally designed by the Pritzker Prize-winning architect, who passed away in March 2016. The property was sold by Angelica Garcia and Ivan Chorney of ONE Sotheby’s International Realty’s Sports and Entertainment Division.
Along with a futuristic design, the 2,541-square-foot residence boasts views of the Atlantic Ocean and an abundance of natural light. Hadid occupied the space while designing One Thousand Museum, a 62-story tower on Biscayne Boulevard in downtown Miami that’s noted as her first and final residential skyscraper in the Western Hemisphere. Here’s a look inside the South Beach residence.