Its Paramount residential tower will break ground soon, with 470 luxury apartments (starting at $700,000 for one-bedrooms and $1.4 million for three-bedrooms).
When completed in Q1 2018, Miami Worldcenter will house its signature residential tower, Paramount Miami Worldcenter, rising 700 feet over 60 stories, with 473 units. Elkus Manfredi Architects designed the building to look somewhat in an oval shape, with the crown of the building designed to look like a sleek Italian yacht.
The building will be comprised of large units, 1 to 3 bedrooms. A 1-bedroom plus den starts in the mid-$700,000’s for 1,491 square feet. A 2-bedroom plus den starts from the $900,000’s for 1,835 square feet. And, a 3-bedroom starts at $1,400,000 for 2,578 square feet.
Residences will feature 10-foot ceilings, private elevator access (there are no common hallways!), convertible dens, large entertainment spaces, rain showers, and lock-out studios for select units. Each residence has outdoor terraces ranging from 187 square feet to 291 square feet, perfect for Large indoor/outdoor living that Miami weather is made for.
All residents will feel like they live in a penthouse, as the top four floors will house the Skydeck, which features the Skyview lounge, sunrise pool, fire pit, infinity pool, sundeck, and yoga studio. And, the other amenities are out of this world. The 9th floor features a conservatory, indoor/outdoor lounge, spa and salon, indoor state-of-the-art fitness center, boxing studio and aerobics area, kids playroom, and even a recording studio! Exterior amenities can be found on the Upper Deck, which will feature the resort pool, cabanas, summer kitchen with BBQ, floating sea pods, sitting areas with fire pits, children’s playground, soccer field, tennis courts and ½ km jogging path.
Miami World Center, a mixed-use development that includes first-class shopping, hotels, restaurants, and entertainment over 30 acres in prime downtown Miami. The project is the 2nd largest in the US and will feature a huge Marriott Marquis Hotel and Convention Center, The Mall at Miami World Center anchored by Bloomingdale’s and Macy’s, the 7th Street Promenade (a pedestrian only outdoor promenade in the theme of Lincoln Road), and other residential components.