Zaha Hadid’s Florida home sells for $5.75m
South Beach condo was architecture legend’s final US bolthole
The Florida apartment where Zaha Hadid lived before her untimely death has been sold for $5.75m.
Hadid personally designed the three-bedroom, four-bathroom home in West South Beach, near Miami, which has balconies with Atlantic Ocean views.
The Stirling Prize- and RIBA Gold Medal-winning architect lived in the unit, part of the 2201 Collins Avenue development, while she was designing a 62-storey block of flats for the city, One Thousand Museum, which will be her only residential tower in the western hemisphere.