Paramount Miami Worldcenter is now complete
Between the sales launch and construction, four years have passed, but Paramount Miami Worldcenter is finally completed. The developers, Dan Kodsi and Miami Worldcenter Associates, obtained a temporary certificate of occupancy for the bulk of the 60-story project’s units, up to the 38th floor. Closings should start soon in 569-unit tower, which cost about $500 million to build.
Paramount is almost 90 percent sold with about $500 million in sales; buyers are from 56 different nationalities. Properties range from 1,180 square feet to 2,350 square feet, with prices starting at about $885,000, but varying in average to about $1.2 million, while penthouses prices surpass $10 million, according to Kodsi.
The project made headlines when Kodsi stated that he was changing the rooftop’s plan to fit a 5,000-square-foot Skyport for passenger drones — if and when flying cars become legal.
Paramount Miami Worldcenter has a nice set of amenities, including an outdoor soccer field, a resort-style pool, two tennis courts, a boxing gym, jam room, a gym, bungalows, spa, and a golf simulator.