The Biscayne Wall formation of residential skyscrapers along Biscayne Boulevard continues to grow as Downtown Miami becomes a hustling and bustling metropolis. Soon One Thousand Museum and Paramount Miami World Center will soon be completed and opened amongst other exciting new buildings. The Biscayne Wall has been filling in since 2007, when the beautiful new Ten Museum Park stood high above the Park West area of Downtown Miami as the first building completed for the Biscayne Wall.
Ten Museum Park is an exclusive residential high-rise designed by Chad Oppenheim of Oppenheim Architecture + Design. The building rises 50 floors to 585 feet and features only 200 units. The white design reflects the heat from the sun and can withstand hurricane winds in excess of 140 mph. The building also includes 20,000 SF of office space on the lower levels as well as first-class amenities including multiple pools, gym, yoga studio, spa, valet, etc. The Spa is notably by Clinique La Prairie and is one of the largest in Miami at 21,000 SF. The pool deck features 7 infinity edge pools and 4 plunge pools. Floors are by Missoni and kitchen appliances by Miele.
While buildings will get newer and bigger, there is just something special about Ten Museum Park's location, design and vibe. The building is quite and homey, so you don't necessarily feel as if you live in a skyscraper. The lobby is small, which allows it to be quite and features everything that you may possibly need. Management keeps the building well run and it is poised to flourish as the Frost Science Museum, Venetian Causeway, One Thousand Museum and Paramount Miami World Center are completed.