Miami's eye-catching “exoskeleton” skyscraper is finally complete after seven years and almost US$300 million in construction costs. The 62-story building is one of the last designed by legendary Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid – nicknamed “Queen of the Curve – who died in 2016. It has a distinctive “exoskeleton” exterior that's made up of more than 4,800 pieces of glass fibre-reinforced concrete shipped from Dubai. The tower, called One Thousand Museum, includes 84 luxury residences, about 64 per cent of which have already been sold since sales started in 2013, according to the developer. The rest are selling for US$5 million for a half-floor residence to upwards of US$25 million for a full floor. Residents have access to lavish amenities including a private rooftop helipad, a sky lounge, a double-height aquatic centre with an indoor swimming pool, a juice bar and a beauty salon. “We wanted it to function like a five-star hotel,” one of the developers, Louis Birdman, told the The Wall Street Journal . Take a look inside the 213-metre (700-foot) luxury tower Remembering Zaha Hadid, who won architecture’s biggest prize 13 years ago The tower has a distinctive “exoskeleton” exterior that's made up of more than 4,800 pieces of glass fibre-reinforced concrete that were shipped from Dubai. A sculptural porte-cochère entrance offers residents privacy from the street as they enter the building. From the lobby, residents can access their condos via high-speed lifts. Floor-to-ceiling windows let in plenty of Florida sunshine. The residences range from four-bedroom to six-bedroom units. 10 Zaha Hadid designs that made the world a better place All residences include Crestron home automation systems. The residences come with oversized terraces with views of the Miami skyline, Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. One Thousand Museum has more than 30,000 square feet (2,787 square metres) of recreation areas for socialising, working out, swimming and more. The fitness centre comes with strength and cardio training equipment. The double-height aquatic centre and its indoor pool overlook downtown Miami. The spa includes private rooms for massages and beauty treatments, steam and sauna rooms, a relaxation lounge, plunge pools and a juice bar. Is Hong Kong still the most expensive city to live in? The rooftop features a private helipad so the affluent residents can have on-demand transport to nearby islands and airports – or their private yachts. The 62-story luxury tower has reached completion amid a surplus of high-end condos on the market in Miami. Fewer foreign buyers are interested in buying luxury condos in Miami as South American economies – once a major source of real-estate investment in Miami – falter. Although about 64 per cent of the residences were sold before the building was even finished, Miami developers usually try to pre-sell 85 per cent to 90 per cent of the units in a building, Peter Zalewski of Miami real-estate consulting firm Condo Vultures told The Wall Street Journal. Want more stories like this? Sign up here . Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter . This article originally appeared on Business Insider .