August 1, 2019
Paramount Miami Worldcenter, a 60-story condominium tower at the 27-acre Miami Worldcenter mixed-use project, has received its temporary certificate of occupancy. Closings are now underway at the 569-unit tower, which cost around $500 million to build. To date, 90% of the residences have been sold.
The residential tower has received plenty of buzz for its over-the-top amenities, like a futuristic Jetson’s style Skyport for flying cars and its Upper Deck, which will debut as the largest amenity deck in the U.S. The deck, which is 90 feet above downtown Miami, will feature the country’s first outdoor soccer field at a high-rise residential development, as well as two tennis courts and a resort-style pool.
OneWorld Properties handled sales at Paramount, with units ranging in size from 1,180 to 2,350 square feet. Prices start at $885,000, and go all the way to $10.4 million. The developer of the residential tower is Dan Kodsi and Miami Worldcenter Associates.
Miami Worldcenter is the second-largest urban development underway in the U.S., behind New York’s Hudson Yards.
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