South Beach condo of late architect Zaha Hadid listed for $10M

The 2,299 sf condo is listed for $4,350 psf

May.May 31, 2017 06:30 PM

2201 Collins Avenue (Inset: Zaha Hadid)

A former vacation spot left behind by the late starchitect Zaha Hadid has just been listed for $10 million, or $4,350 per square foot, in South Beach.

The 2,299-square-foot condo at 2201 Collins Avenue at the W South Beach has three bedrooms and four bathrooms with an ocean view that combines two floor plans, according to Mansion Global.

The $500 million, 20-story complex was developed by TriStar Capital. It currently has 26 remaining units for sale, which range from 574 to 1,358 square feet, according to Zilbert | Brown Harris Stevens. Current prices range from $799,000 – $14.9 million.

Property records show Hadid bought the property in 2010 for $785,000. Her death in March of last year from a heart attack shook the architecture world. In Miami, construction workers, developers and fans of Hadid gathered for a minute of silence to honor the legendary architect at the site of the One Thousand Museum condominium building she designed, that is currently still under construction.

The Iraqi-British architect was the first woman to receive the Pritzker Architecture Prize, in 2004. In a 2011 interview with Newsweek, Hadid explained her view of her profession.

“I don’t think that architecture is only about shelter, is only about a very simple enclosure,” she said. “It should be able to excite you, to calm you, to make you think.”

Mansion Global reported that the condo for sale was redesigned by Hadid.

In 2014, businesswoman and Bollywood actress and producer Poonam Khubani listed her W South Beach double penthouse units for a combined price of $19.9 million. [Mansion Global — Amanda Rabines 

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