The 62-story One Thousand Museum by Zaha Hadid Architects, which sits on Museum Park and Biscayne Bay and is on track for delivery in 2018, will be the feature of the February 7th episode of PBS's Impossible Builds as the tower is nearing its official top off. On January 15 ODP Architects reported that they had reached the top of the last permanent formwork exoskeleton column at 706' and the formwork of the level 60 and 61 amenities was underway. One Thousand Museum is Zaha Hadid's first residential skyscraper in the western hemisphere will be featured in Impossible Builds as the episodes subject of the documentary series’ recurring theme of delving into the making of complex structures throughout the world. Discovery Channel chose the tower due to the intricate engineering of the exoskeleton exterior. Pieces for the exoskeleton are prefabricated off-site and arrive in shipments from Dubai. The outer shell is made-up by close to 5,000 pieces sourced from glass fiber reinforced concrete which form the structural façade. This allows the developer to remove columns from the units, creating expansive glass views of Biscayne Bay. The futuristic luxury tower is being developed by Louis Birdman, Gregg Covin, Kevin Venger and the Regalia Group with Plaza Construction as the general contractor. The tower will feature only 83 units ranging from $5.5 million to over $20 million and 4,600 SF to over 10,000 SF. Amenities will include Miami's only private rooftop helipad, state-of-the-art fitness center, spa, two pools, indoor aquatic center, and a sky lounge.