May 18 2020

Manchester United Star Paul Pogba Buys Home in Zaha Hadid–Designed Miami Tower

By Joyce Chen


Another A-list athlete recently closed on a condo situated in Zaha Hadid’s towering Miami luxury building, One Thousand Museum. According to a release, Manchester United’s Paul Pogba is the most recent tenant in the stunning residential tower, joining the likes of David and Victoria Beckham, who purchased a penthouse unit earlier this year.


Pogba closed on the property just weeks after Beckham in a confidential deal. Details of the French soccer star’s particular unit are therefore unavailable, though marketing materials reveal the many luxe amenities the athlete will likely encounter in his new home. Each unit is outfitted with multiple oversized terraces and features an open floor plan and floor-to-ceiling windows in all common living areas. The terraces are each unique in shape and size, responding to the “sensual curves of the tower’s sculptural exoskeleton,” according to the building’s website. Kitchens feature custom quartz countertops, and bathrooms boast custom European cabinetry and countertops.


The building offers a wide variety of common spaces such as a Sky Lounge for dining and private events; a spa with relaxation pods and private treatment rooms; an aquatic center with an indoor lap pool on the 61st floor; a wellness center with state-of-the-art equipment; and access to a private breach club called Museum Beach. One Thousand Museum also features its own helipad on the rooftop, as well as access to its own private airport—the only residential building in Miami to offer such a service.


“One Thousand Museum is truly like nothing else on the market, and has continued to attract high-profile clientele due to its striking design, unmatched level of safety and security, lifestyle offerings and location in Miami’s epicenter,” the development team of One Thousand Museum said in a statement. “We know these factors were integral to Mr. Pogba’s decision, and we look forward to welcoming him and his family home.”


Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest


Read full post here.