One Thousand Museum: The only private residential Helipad in US Eastern Cost is about to debut
If you drive on the streets of Florida, you know how congested they are. Hence, initiatives such as increasing the number of transportation options are significant for residents and visitors alike.
The long-awaited Brightline, for example, Florida’s newest express train connecting West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, and Miami, officially opened on May 19th, with promises to vent the region’s traffic. But not only that, they appointed Lift as its selected rideshare partner.
Then it came Lime, the biking–sharing service, announcing that it reached 100,000 rides in Miami during National Bike Month. Plus, the solar-powered yacht has been seeing around in Miami.
Now it’s time for the only private helipad in the United States’ Eastern Cost to make its debut at the One Thousand Museum.
According to a press note released by One Sotheby’s, residents will be able to “reserve the helipad and book a flight to and from Miami International Airport, nearby islands, and destinations through the tower’s luxury management service.” The announcement was followed by rendering from the Zaha Hadid Architects firm.