A condominium unit located in at the W South Beach residences owned and designed by the late architect Zaha Hadid, has sold for $5.75 million, reports Curbed Miami.

The three-bedroom, four-bathroom unit at 2201 Collins Ave., was actually listed on the market more than two years ago with an original asking price of $10 million.

Zaha Hadid passed away in March 2016 after suffering a heart attack while hospitalized for bronchitis. Hadid lived in Miami Beach while working on a luxury condominium, One Thousand Museum Residences, which is still under construction in Miami and it's expected to open later this year.

The unit sold, boasts a large 2,500-square-foot space in an open floor plan layout, which was actually achieved by merging two smaller units. Aesthetically, it incorporates Hadid's signature design elements with futuristic sculptural forms and clean lines throughout.

Last year, Zaha Hadid’s luxe New York residential tower at 520 West 28th Street finally opened.

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