Where do the Beckhams live in Miami?

The A-list couple lives in a $24 million penthouse set atop the architecturally distinct One Thousand Museum tower in Miami -- one of the city's most memorable (and luxurious) residential buildings.

Georgie Mihaila
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David and Victoria Beckham, known for their tasteful and extravagant lifestyle, have set their sights on Miami, making the city more than just a vacation spot.

With David’s football team, Inter Miami, in full swing and the youngest Beckham kids, Cruz and Harper, tagging along, Miami has become their new playground.

But where does the A-lister family live in this vibrant city?

Turns out, some of those picture-perfect interiors we caught glimpses of while watching Netflix’s Beckham documentary are part of the couple’s breathtaking $24 million penthouse in the architectural marvel, One Thousand Museum building in Miami, Florida. A place that doesn’t just scream luxury; it practically sings it. Here’s everything we know about the famous couple’s ritzy abode.

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A home above the clouds

David Beckham standing at a table in his dining room with a stone fireplace behind him
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Nestled in the heart of Miami, the Beckhams’ penthouse is the epitome of luxury living. Set in the iconic One Thousand Museum building, a brainchild of the legendary Zaha Hadid — rightfully known as the “Queen of the Curve” — the lavish abode has the amenities of a seven-star hotel, making every day feel like a lavish retreat.

With terraces offering jaw-dropping views of Biscayne Bay and the Miami skyline, Italian kitchens, and spa-like bathrooms, it’s a wonder the Beckhams ever leave.

The retired soccer star and the former Spice Girl paid a whopping $24 million for their full-floor unit in the building, joining other high-profile residents like actress Sela Ward, billionaire Anthony Hsieh, and Market America’s co-founder Loren Ridinger.

Spanning 10,335 square feet, the full-floor condo has 5 bedrooms and comes with all the upscale features the building is known for: custom Italian kitchens with quartz countertops, Gaggenau appliances and SubZero fridges, as well as bespoke interior doors and walk-in closets.

Everything we know about the One Thousand Museum building

the One Thousand Museum building in Miami, seen from street level at night time.
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The 62-story skyscraper stands at an impressive 707 feet, making it one of Miami’s tallest buildings. Completed in 2019, the One Thousand Museum building was one of Zaha Hadid’s final projects (before her untimely passing in 2016) and her first residential tower in the Western Hemisphere.

With only 84 residences, including a two-story duplex penthouse, townhouses, full-floor, and half-floor units, the building offers exclusivity with a price tag to match, costing about double per square foot compared to nearby condominiums.

Amenities rival those of seven-star hotels, including a rooftop swimming pool with a metallic canopy, a two-room treatment spa, a hair and beauty salon, an acai and juice bar, and even a multimedia tower, catering to the ultimate luxury living experience.

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Innovative design by Zaha Hadid

One Thousand Museum building's base and outdoor pool, seen from above
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Zaha Hadid’s final gift to the skyline, the One Thousand Museum building stands 62 stories tall as a testament to innovative architecture. Its distinctive exoskeleton not only adds a futuristic touch but also allows for sprawling, column-free interiors.

This masterpiece in Miami boasts a depth-defying foundation and a design so complex, it’s a marvel it moved from blueprint to reality.

The building has a foundation’s depth of over 170 feet — a Miami-Dade County record — demonstrating the building’s unique engineering challenges, including considerations for wind loading. No wonder it was featured on PBS’ Impossible Builds.

Also known as the “Scorpion Tower”

a closer view of the curving exoskeleton of the One Thousand Museum building in Miami, seen against the backdrop of a cloudy sky.
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Beyond its luxury and design, One Thousand Museum has become a cultural and architectural icon in Miami, often referred to as the “scorpion tower” for its distinctive shape and appearance.

The building features a unique, curving exoskeleton that not only contributes to its striking appearance but also serves structural purposes, allowing for fewer interior columns and more spacious living areas.

Living the high life

Victoria Beckham standing on a sofa in her living room, chatting with the Netflix crew for her documentary, "Beckham"
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Imagine having an infinity pool, a spa, and a beauty salon right at your doorstep. The Beckhams don’t have to.

With amenities designed to rival the finest hotels, Victoria and David Beckham’s home in Miami is an oasis of luxury. Whether it’s a dip in their private rooftop pool or a workout session in the home gym with panoramic views, the family lives the high life in true Beckham style.

See also: MLB All-Star Mark Melancon relists $11M waterfront home in Florida

Globetrotting in style: the couple’s other homes

David Beckham standing at the entrance of the house, watching Victoria Beckham leaving, with a white picked fence in front.
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The Beckhams’ property portfolio is as diverse as it is impressive:

Their London mansion: Located in the prestigious Holland Park neighborhood, David and Victoria Beckham’s London home is reportedly worth £31 million. This urban mansion is known for its elegant interior design, blending modern and classic aesthetics, and houses a private gym among many luxurious features.

The Cotswolds farmhouse: In the English countryside, the Beckhams own a converted farmhouse within a sprawling estate in the Cotswolds. This property is designed as a rustic yet luxurious retreat, complete with traditional and contemporary elements. The estate includes expansive gardens, a swimming pool, and a £50,000 safari-style tent for outdoor entertaining.

Dubai Villa: The Beckhams also reportedly own property in Dubai, located on the exclusive Palm Jumeirah. This villa is part of a development known for its lavish beachfront homes and has access to stunning beaches and world-class amenities.

Former Los Angeles mansion: Previously, the Beckhams owned a lavish mansion in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, which they quietly sold in 2018 for a cool $33 million. Their LA residence was known for its privacy, stunning views, and ample space for their family.

Their Miami penthouse, however, with its unique blend of luxury and architectural brilliance, stands out as a dazzling jewel in their real estate crown. At One Thousand Museum, every detail is a testament to luxury living, making it the perfect backdrop for this A-list family’s adventures.

So, the next time you’re in Miami, look up — you might just catch a glimpse of the high life, Beckham style.

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With a decade-long career as a digital content creator, Georgie started out as a real estate journalist for Multi-Housing News & CPExecutive. She later transitioned into digital marketing, working with leading real estate websites like PropertyShark, RENTCafé and Point2Homes. After a brief but impactful stint in the start-up world, where she led the marketing divisions of fintech company NestReady and media publisher Goalcast, Georgie returned to her first passion, real estate, and founded FancyPantsHomes.com