Ten Museum Park is a residential skyscraper in the City of Miami
, United States
. It is located in northeastern Downtown, and forms part of the Biscayne Wall
, a series of skyscrapers visible from Biscayne Bay along the west side of Biscayne Boulevard. It was designed by Chad
Oppenheim of Oppenheim Architecture + Design and opened for residential occupancy in mid-2007. The building is 585 feet (178 m) tall, and has 50 floors. It currently stands as the 13th-tallest building in Miami.
Ten Museum Park contains 20,000 square feet (1,858 m²) of Class A office space, retail space on the lower floors, and residential condominium units, which occupy most of the space on the upper floors. While appearing to be a typical skyscraper with identical floorplates, the residential levels are varying. The east-facing units are interlocking lofts, providing each unit with an eastern view and either a north or south-facing view as well. Lower level west-facing units are shallow flats with large expanses of glass. Upper levels of the building contain either double-height spaces or three-floor loft arrangements. Some units feature independent soaking pools.