Zaha Hadid’s South Beach Condo Is Back

Late architect Zaha Hadid's Miami apartment is now listed at a discount. Click through to see inside the customized condo.
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It's located in the W South Beach.
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Hadid bought two separate units in 2010 and then combined them.
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Hadid was the first woman to ever win the Pritzker Prize.
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The unit was originally listed in May this year, asking $10 million.
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It's now asking $6.5 million.
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Hadid put her own touch on the place.
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It's comprised of two bedrooms and three bathrooms.
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There are unobstructed ocean views.
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It's 2,541 square feet.
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It has three bathrooms.
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The original furniture will eventually go to a museum.
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Hadid also owned the studio next door.
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Renowned late architect Zaha Hadid’s Miami apartment is back on the market, and it’s received a big price cut. The 2,541-square-foot unit was first listed for sale in May this year, asking $10 million; it’s now listed for $6.5 million.

Late renowned architect Zaha Hadid bought the main apartment in 2010. Oli Scarff/Getty Images

The newly reduced price is due to Miami now being a “buyers’ market,” One Sotheby’s International Realty broker Ivan Chorney, who is sharing the listing with Angelica Garcia, told the Wall Street Journal.

The customized space is located in the W South Beach, and is the result of a two-unit combination by Hadid herself, who bought the two separate apartments for a total of $2.79 million in 2010. The two-bedroom, three-bathroom condo has unobstructed ocean views and definitely shows Hadid’s personal touch, with curved lines and metallic surfaces, the listing points out.

In addition, there’s a neighboring studio unit included in the sale—Hadid, who passed away unexpectedly in March 2016, bought it in 2015 for $1.38 million and kept it as a separate space. The original furniture, which Hadid personally selected, is not included in the sale—those pieces will eventually go to a museum or remain within Hadid’s trust.

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