Tech mogul buys One Thousand Museum penthouse for $18M

Combined unit spans 9,200 sf, last sold for $10.4M in 2019

1000 Biscayne Boulevard in Miami with Moisey Uretsky (Google Maps, Getty)
1000 Biscayne Boulevard in Miami with Moisey Uretsky (Google Maps, Getty)

Tech entrepreneur Moisey Uretsky dropped $18.3 million on a penthouse at One Thousand Museum in Miami.

Records show Uretsky bought combined units 5401 and 5402 at the condominium at 1000 Biscayne Boulevard from 1KM5 LLC, a Delaware entity. The true seller is unknown.

Douglas Elliman’s Lourdes Alatriste represented both the buyer and the seller.

Uretsky is the founder and CEO of Statype, a Miami-based data software startup. Prior to Statype, Uretsky co-founded DigitalOcean, a New York-based cloud services company that went public last year. According to his LinkedIn, Uretsky is also an investor in several other tech companies, and a co-founder of the homebuilder Welcome Homes.

One Thousand Museum PH (Legendary Productions)

One Thousand Museum PH (Legendary Productions)

This One Thousand Museum penthouse last sold for $10.4 million in 2019, records show. The condo spans 9,200 square feet, with five bedrooms, six bathrooms, and one half-bathroom, according to records. The listing shows the unit also includes a 1,200-square-foot terrace.

One Thousand Museum was designed by the late architect Zaha Hadid, who died in Miami Beach in 2016. The 62-story, 82-unit tower is known for its exoskeleton, and was completed in 2019. The team of developers included Gilberto Bomeny, Kevin Venger, Gregg Covin, Louis Birdman and Todd Glaser.

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According to its website, amenities at the building include a pool, spa, fitness center, a rooftop helipad, a bank-style vault, and building scenting by New York-based olfactory consulting firm 12.29.

Since its completion, One Thousand Museum has attracted some of the biggest names in tech, entertainment, and sports.

David and Victoria Beckham bought a full-floor unit for $19.8 million in 2020.

Philippe Kalifa, a Miami restaurateur, bought a condo for $6.9 million in April.

Tech founder and Forbes 30 Under 30 member Lucy Guo bought a unit for $6.7 million in January.

Grammy-winning singer Marc Anthony bought a unit in the building for $11 million last year.

More recently, Robert Rivani’s Black Lion bought the building’s restaurant space for $6.4 million. The eatery for the space has yet to be announced.