The American Flag has officially been raised high above Downtown Miami's Museum Park as the Zaha Hadidi-designed One Thousand Museum has officially topped out after 1,156 days as reported by ODP Architects. The milestone comes just as the tower will be featured on the PBS series Impossible Builds on February 7. The 62-story One Thousand Museum by Zaha Hadid Architects is on track for delivery in 2018. The building is Zaha Hadid's first residential skyscraper in the western hemisphere and is being developed by Louis Birdman, Gregg Covin, Kevin Venger and the Regalia Group with Plaza Construction as the general contractor. One Thousand Museum's design features an exoskeleton design which acts as the buildings structural support. This allows the developer to remove columns from the units, creating expansive glass views of Biscayne Bay. 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.