Zaha Hadid, one of the most visionary architects of our time, died at age 65 on March 31.Over the span of her career, the controversial and uncompromising architect created award-winning museums, condos, stadiums, and pavilions. In her last years, she took on a new challenge: designing a luxury apartment complex over the High Line, Manhattan’s famed elevated park.The new apartment building will be nothing short of impressive, with an intricate metal and glass facade sculpted piece by piece. Inside, the high-rise will boast a parking garage with robot valets and the city’s first private 3D IMAX theater.Developer Related Companies broke ground in 2014, and the building should open by early 2017. Since it was both Hadid’s first residential building in NYC and one of her last designs, it will remain a testament to her legacy.In March, Tech Insider toured one of the units, the most expensive of which sell for up to $50 million. Take a look inside.