Zaha Hadid’s Miami Beach haven for sale

Zaha Hadid could have chosen any location in the world for her winter home. But while working on a project in downtown Miami, the trailblazing Iraqi-British architect chose Miami Beach.

The Prizker Prize-winning pioneer was working on One Thousand Museum, a 62-story tower overlooking Biscayne Bay.  She was diagnosed with bronchitis and died of a heart attack March 31, 2016, in Miami. She was 65.

More than a year after her death, her 2,229-square-feet haven at the W Hotel, 2201 Collins Ave., was on the market for $10 million on Wednesday. The three-bedroom condominium has four bathrooms and a southeast wrap-around balcony overlooking Collins Park beach. 

Some of the apartment's furniture and accessories were on display as Hadid left them, and were also available for separate purchase, according to Rex Hamilton, the Coral Gables-based real estate broker who listed the unit. 


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