One Thousand Museum Construction Tour
Yesterday morning, I was given the opportunity to tour the One Thousand Museum construction site with co-developer Gregg Covin. It was quite a treat to finally step foot inside a development that I have followed so closely over the past three and a half years. As a resident of Park West, I walk and drive by the One Thousand Museum construction site on a daily basis; to admire its impressive form from the street is one thing, but to tour it and see the building’s lines and curves from the inside looking out is quite another.
As of yesterday morning, construction at One Thousand Museum had reached the 19th floor. While on my guided tour, I was permitted to go as high as the 15th floor. Even from just the 15th floor, however, the views were breathtaking. Along with three townhouse units, each with impressive 20-foot ceilings in the living and family rooms, I also had a chance to tour two half floor residences, one located on the south side of the building and the other on the north side. When viewing the half floor residence located on the north side of the building, I was pleasantly surprised by the amount of separation the residence had from its neighbors to the north at Ten Museum Park. From street-level, One Thousand Museum and Ten Museum Park are just about connected, but the residences themselves have good separation due to the pools that wrap around at the top of each building’s pedestal.
If all goes according to plan, One Thousand Museum will be topped off this time next year. While touring the building yesterday, Covin shared with me that hopes to top-off the building by August 2017 and then obtain a TCO about 13 months thereafter. Until then, One Thousand Museum is a masterpiece in the making.